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Mental Health Act

whatever2016 Member Posts: 8
edited September 2016 in Mental health and wellbeing
I was admitted to hospital after spending a couple of nights inside Durham prison.
I went voluntary and they the sectioned me on a 5(2) then a section 3 in St Georges Park Hospital Morpeth. I was transferred to Roseberry park low secure then back to st gerges park.

Ive been in hospital now for over 7 years.

I have Di-george syndrome (22 deletion syndrome)
Paranoid Schizophrenia 
Hormone problems
Severe Aortic Stenosis
Bi-lateral hearing loss
Low calceum levels 
High BP
and thats all i no off by herat.

I am on fluoxetine and zuclopenthixol.

I kept on hearing voices and thought people were trying to kill me.
I was setting fires and overdosing 
I was abusing alcahol
I was finding things to much to cope and needed help whic im gratefull (beond words) that I got.

I hope there is others that can offer a bit of support and they can share there story and opinions on my thread.
Regards and cheers for reading.




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