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Does psychosis cause brain damage. I had a psychotic episodes, of which occurred five years ago. - November of 2009. I was given extremely harsh drugs to counteract my behavior, thoughts, feelings, sleeping habits, general human functions. At this time my mind glitched in and extremely terrifying way. I was under enormous stress both physically, with complex health problems, some life threatening, and I was at the end of a very traumatic negligence claim for permanent disability. The case started in 2004. My recovery from this psychosis was horrifying. Having schizophrenic medication injected once a fortnight by doctors, my recovery took 2 years, Slow, frustrating, depressing and painful on all levels. I feel like I have a block of wood between my skull and brain. My short term memory is non existent. I cannot remember what I watched, read, or the names of streets. It is getting worse with time not better. Was it the anti psychotic medications
I could barely get my body to move let alone do regular anything. When I managed to literally drag myself out of bed, I could barely
managed 15 minutes, before I was back there. I felt poisoned. My mind has never been the same since. What can I do to better my situation?
I am concerned about my son being teased at school and the effects it may have on him.