I have read that this can be a normal thing for people with bipolar to have hallucinations. (not all with the illness) How comin is it? As far as I know I went 16 years after being diagnosed with bipolar and did not have hallucinations. Now I have them regularly. Mostly auditory ones but others too. It's just part of me right now. I could take an antisycotic med but at this time I dont want another med and I feel that the side effects of the drug is worse. If that ever changes (flip flops) I wont ignore that fact. Do others take a med because of hallucinations? Do others simply accept them? Does anyone find it to be interesting to have them? Take care of you! Please dont forget to smile as often as you can, you deserve it!
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