Should I tell my pdoc?

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twisted71
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   Posted 5/10/2008 1:19 PM (GMT -7)   
about a week and half ago, I was in the car with my son.  twice I thought he had said something to me but he said he didn't say anything.  a day or two later my daughter was in the living room with me and again I thought I heard her say something but she didn't.  the next day I was taking a nap in the living room and I could have sworn I heard my daughter in the room say "mama".  when I looked no one was there in the room with me.  the other day, when I was about to go to sleep in my room, I thought I heard someone open the door and was walking around in my room.  When I looked no one was there.  I was wondering, should I tell my pdoc, or is it nothing to worry about?  I am getting really confused about whether or not I should tell her and I am also getting worried that I am starting to hear things that aren't there or happening.  Any advice would be much appreciated.
AJL
 
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sjkly
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   Posted 5/10/2008 2:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Tell the doctor. If you don't have an appointment scheduled call and make one now.

olivia of course
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   Posted 5/10/2008 4:55 PM (GMT -7)   
twisted,

You should definitely bring it up when you next see you pdoc. If it is truly disrupting your life, make an appointment and see your pdoc asap.
Olivia. Bipolar Co-Moderator

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