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Loneliness,Nontrust

My mother seems to be little mentally ill though we could realize it earlier but we had never seen her through lenses of patient.We had been of thought that she used to do it deliberately.So she become victim of our anger at many times. She prefer to be alone,switch off lights at many times,do not mixes up with people.She do not trust on anyone except god,blind superstitions.For eg.she never goes to doctor with the apprehension of conspiracy against her.We also know that some background which relates with it).She is very possessive with her own belongings as well as suspicious about everyone whoever comes into our circle,Always feels of some conspiracy against her. Now our main problem is that,she doesn't believe anyone in our family or other people;And she doesn't even take care about herself at this stage.So if we do not address this issue at this stage it would be very diffcult in future for her.,We are unable to think any wayout and seems to be helpless,Plz suggest wayout.
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Dr. Vinoth Krishna Das Villupuram | Addiction Psychiatrist
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Hi ,

Your mother is currently suffering from Paranoid Schizophrenia , which can be controlled with Anti-psychotics ...... She also needs to be looked for any cluster A personality which could have a role in her prognosis ...... Immediately take her to a Psychiatrist nearby and start her on treatment ..... Don't ignore which may worsen her symptoms n behavior
Wish her a speedy recovery from her Symptoms
Regards,
Vinoth Krishna Dass

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Dr. Priyanka Yadav Ghaziabad | Addiction Psychiatrist
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Your mother seems to be suffering from paranoid schizophrenia that needs treatment. Due to no treatment her condition has worsened. Consult a psychiatrist asap as medications can lead to marked improvement in her symptoms. Initially you may have to be a little persuasive but with medicines she will improve and seek treatment herself later on.

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