I've had hallutionations all my life, since I was a little kid. When I told my mom about them she told me it was angels talking to me but don't tell anyone else because they might think I was crazy. When I got older I just kind of ignored the noise as best as I could. I never even told my pdoc about the voices until two years ago. I've had visual halutionations too, just not as frequently as the audio ones. Ever since I've been on antipsycotic meds they've completely gone away.
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