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1,383 Possible Causes for Crying, Hallucinations

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Possible side effect Side effects may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, rash, headache, and restlessness, confusion, hallucinations, pale or yellowed skin[] Your baby may cry during this procedure, but it's safe and routine and – while it can be uncomfortable – usually takes less than a minute.[] Indicators of infection in seniors include the following: Confusion or delirium Agitation Hallucinations Other unusual behavioral changes Poor motor skills or loss of coordination[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Any signs of unusual behavior such as hallucinations, being disoriented or unresponsive.[] You should also contact your provider if you or your child has these symptoms: Blood in the stool Confusion Dizziness Dry mouth Feeling faint Nausea No tears when crying No[] […] should result in calling your doctor immediately: Dehydration: the infant or child should urinate at lease every 4-6 hours, have a moist tongue and mouth, and tears when crying[]

  • Sunburn

    Altered behaviour - irritability, agitation, impaired judgement, confusion, disorientation, hallucinations.[] […] never even thought in the long run Whenever it was painful Whenever I was away I’d miss you And I miss you She was mine I was hers and all that’s in between If she would cry[]

  • Dementia

    Search terms used included compulsion, dementia, extracampine hallucination, disordered gambling, humour, and obsession.[] They may gradually lose their speech, or repeat a few words or cry out from time to time. But continuing to communicate with them is very important.[] Stage 5 The disease gets more violent with increased memory loss, hallucinations, extreme confusion, agitation and personality changes.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    There is no evidence that they work and they can cause side effects, such as allergic reactions, effects on sleep or hallucinations.[] […] headaches The lips or nails turn grey or blue A child is dizzy, confused, faints or finds waking up more difficult than usual Signs of dehydration, such as cracked lips, crying[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    He denied hallucinations, vivid dreams, or sleep paralysis. Mother noted increased jitteriness/shaking when he laughed.[] But on September 21, 2012, Oliver awoke crying. Mrs Hiscutt, from Wilmslow, Cheshire, told the inquest that he pointed to his mouth to show where it hurt.[] (Radio-Canada) At that time he suffered severe anxiety, symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), vertigo, pain in his throat and ears, hallucinations and concentration[]

  • Mescaline

    […] mescaline [ mes kah-lēn ] a poisonous alkaloid derived from the flowering heads (mescal buttons) of a Mexican cactus; it is a hallucinogen , producing hallucinations of sound[] From the 4th series and preceding specials, Red Nose Of Courage, Detectives On The Edge Of A Nervous Breakdown, Gregory: Diary Of A Nutcase and The Crying Game are, for me[] Commonly reported effects included hallucinations, tachycardia, agitation, and mydriasis. Vomiting was reported in only one case.[]

  • Hallucinogen

    Next, it will be shown that area specific anatomical and dynamical features link increased excitation to the specific visual contents of hallucinations.[] The battle cry of the hippy movement was turn on, tune in, drop out…telling people don’t worry about it, get high. “ – from “ Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon[] Abuse results in rapid onset and short-lasting effects that include visual hallucinations and motor-function impairment.[]

  • Psilocybine

    In addition, although visual hallucinations are more common, auditory hallucinations can also occur.[] It's a far cry from the military ambitions of would be brainwashers. As for me, well it was an interesting experience. But not one I will be repeating.[] It has been there, repressed, since childhood, since we were told, directly or indirectly, to “quiet down and don’t interrupt,” or “big kids don’t cry,” “you’re fat/stupid[]

  • Night Terrors

    […] models identified the following independent factors as associated with confusional arousals (odds ratio [OR]): age of 15-24 years (OR 4.1), shift work (OR 2.1), hypnagogic hallucinations[] He might roll over, moan, mumble, move around a bit, fuss / cry a bit and typically go right back to sleep.[] Cause unclear The study researchers aren't sure why nighttime frights are linked with delusions and hallucinations.[]

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