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Christian_H.

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My grandfather is 75 years old. He was always totally fine until recently
It started 2 months ago when he asked in the morning if me and my dad had a fight , wich we tend to do but not that loud. You see, our home is a 2 story building and he and my grandma live on the 1st , while me, my sister, and my parents live on the 2nd floor. He and my grandma do have hearing problems so they Need a hearing aid. (BTW im from austria so im sorry if my english is hard to understand) and at night they take them out wich means that they really shouldnt hear anyone of us. And me and my dad never really fight loud or anything, not at night at all. So the next day he asked us if we did, and we said no and brushed it off.
Fast forward to now he hears for example the local preacher (i dont know haw to translate "pfarrer") is at the neighbours and is helping that little boy. Holy sht.
Or once he said that someone is hitting our wall and someone else says" hit harder" ... The walls are about 1/2 meter thick and he heard it at night... he does take anti depression pills and we thing its because they stopped working since he only takes 25mg but i think its something else...
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Mike Gamble

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In my opinion, your father should be examined by a doctor. Perhaps his anti-depressant medication needs to be adjusted to a different dosage. Or, maybe his anti-depressant medication needs to be changed. It is also possible that he has had a minor stroke that is causing delusions. In any case, he should be seen by a doctor as soon as possible.
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