Okay, so I got the results. As it turns out, I was worried for absolutely no reason. The shrink just worded his phone call message badly, and the EEG found absolutely nothing wrong at all. So I don't have temporal lobe epilepsy, and they still don't know what's causing my psychosis. Which is both good and bad. It's good because I don't have anything terribly wrong, it's bad because I don't have any answers. So there you go.
In other news, I have a cat sitting on my lap. Not one of
I haven't posted for quite a while, huh? But I feel like I need to.
Bit of background. I was diagnosed in 2009 (I think) with first-episode psychosis. I won't go into the details of what I experienced, but let's just say I was experiencing daily hallucinations. Pretty much, I was hearing internal voices. I had a nice little commentary team in my head (much sarcasm there; it wasn't fun at all).
Fast forward to this year, and I had an EEG. I went to my shrinks Friday