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Experiencing symptoms of psychosis.

There’s no test to positively diagnose psychosis. However, your GP will ask about your symptoms and possible causes.

For example, they may ask you:

  • whether you’re taking any medication
  • whether you’ve been taking illegal substances
  • how your moods have been – for example, whether you’ve been depressed
  • how you’ve been functioning day-to-day – for example, whether you’re still working
  • whether you have a family history of mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia
  • about the details of your hallucinations, such as whether you’ve heard voices
  • about the details of your delusions, such as whether you feel people are controlling you
  • about any other symptoms you have

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/psychosis/diagnosis/

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