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Halucinations when I'm sick.

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  • Posted By: marieven
  • January 10, 2008
  • 05:33 PM

I never thought much about this problem until I brought it up with my sister in law. When I would get sick when I was younger I would always have these very real life halucinations. I would have a dream that someone told me to do something over a loud speaker, I would then wake up and do whatever they said. For example one dream told me to find all the ammunition that my dad had in our house and gather it up and count it. I woke up from the dream and went downstairs to my parents bedroom and asked for any bullets they had. Another example was I woke up and my bed and dresser in my room were all hanging from the ceiling. I have woken up to my living room covered in rabbits and another time my house was filled with dinosaurs. I am able to touch the things I see and feel them. I'm fully awake and it would last for about 10 minutes and then I would have a intense fever and everything I saw would go away. It happened a lot more when I was young but did happen to me once in highschool about 3 years ago and once last year. I have no clue what it is and want to know if anyone else has experienced this. I guess another thing that happened to me multiple times was I would feel myself holding a toothpick between my fingers lengthwise and then it would turn into cement and fill up my hands. To this day I can be fully awake and sit and feel the toothpick in my fingers and have it swell up and feel the texture of the cement.

Please if anyone has experienced anything similiar and talked to a professional about it. Please tell me.

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