After 22 years of being diagnosed as a Bipolar (& proud of it) I find that the "voices" I've been hearing is part of the illness. I have heard what sounds like a low-volume radio show, sometime men & women talking, sometimes just men. It's been going on all of my life, usually during times of high stress. Has anyone had this experience? I never can make out what is being said, but sometimes it's so loud that I can't fall asleep. My doc. said it probably happens right before a manic state. I DIDN'T KNOW OTHER PEOPLE HAD THIS? What are your experiences. This is really freaking me out. All kidding aside, is this really part of bipolar???? And nobody ever told me????
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