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I'm 26 and for as long as I can remember I have always herd some type of a voice but now within the past couple yrs I know what they say and it's like someone is reading my mind and I can read other people's mind I done little test to see if I could and it worked I can hear stuff coming like let's say I'm laying in my bfs bed I can hear the vibration and horn of a train before anybody else I'll tell him a trains coming and we started timing it and 7 outta 10 times it always shows up within 10 mins I can hear car radios I'll lay in bed and I can sing along to the radio it's kinda scary but now I'm so use to it but now that my bf he's my ex knows it's like he's doing stuff to mess with me him and his whole family know and they wanted to make me look like I was crazy so they could take my son so I had to leave but if I was to tell anyone about this they would say I was crazy and I'm not bc I tested all this out with my son's father the ex please help I'm not too worried about it anymore


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replied July 27th, 2017
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Mental Conditions Answer A61818
It is not possible to make a assessment of your condition online.

it would be recommended that you consult a ENT doctor who can examine your ears and if needed a audiometry test can be done to make a proper diagnosis.

If the ears seem to be fine, then it is more likely that you may be having signs of conditions like schizophrenia (auditory hallucinations). In such case consultation and management with a psychiatrist would be highly recommended.

I hope this helps.


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