In year 2003 my son (who usually doesn’t drink at all) had 500 ml of vodka while taking antidepressant medicine. He got unconscious. He was taken to the hospital. During his sleep he started hearing aggressive voices, which wanted to harm/kill him. Doctor said it was schizophrenia. Ever since my son is treated for schizophrenia. Time to time has moments of fear and hears aggressive voices. We do not have any relatives with schizophrenia. Could it be the wrong diagnosis? Could it be any kind of alcoholic psychosis/hallucinosis?
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