I know that auditory hallucinations are fairly common with BP.. but something odd happened the other week... the voices were different. Usually I hear them (also rarely) and it's one or more of them talking to me or screaming at me.. i don't know what they're saying but they're all distinct voices (up to four). But the other week I hear what sounded like a bunch of people talking all at once.. no distinct voices.. nothing i recognized... just like being in a room full of loud people. Has anyone else experienced these hallucinations changing in some way so that they're unrecognizable?
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