It's possible it's conversion disorder, a tumor can also cause symptoms like that but it depends on where it's at and I don't know much about tumors, I just know they can sometimes present with symptoms such as what you experience. The only thing schizophrenia would cause out of everything you mentioned would be voices as far as I know and you have to have either a voice commenting on your actions or multiple voices holding a conversation with each other to be diagnosed with schizophrenia because of voices alone. Otherwise it takes a while plethora of symptoms to be diagnosed with it. MPD and schizophrenia are vastly different and separate from each other. MPD is also a possibility I guess, the frontal lobe is what controls the personality, not the pituitary gland, but again I don't know much about how tumors work, I'm just guessing there.
Have you seen a psychiatrist or neurologist yet?
my voices have conversations with each other
i have seen a neurologist but she said it was conversion disorder, but i am not sure if thats what it is. my personalities do have conversations with each other they even talk to me. in the beginning they would try to control me but now we have come to agreements. mostly on self preservation for all of them.
i was told my pituitary tumor resolved its self im so sure about that but thats what i was told.
If you are hearing voices in your head these are not considered separate personalities are schizophrenia is called the split mind disease not because there is a split personality but because the thoughts and emotions are split off from each other. Perhaps it is time you saw a psychologist and then they could refer you to a psychiatrist for further evaluation if they think it would be warranted.
Also, other disorders can have voices in the head such as bipolar disorder.
its not just them i have i dont always see everything in the "normal" way either all the time i also "daydream" there hard to explain. buti have mistaken these daydreams as reality before as well.. my health insurance dont cover physiologist or psychotherapy
What do you mean by you don't always see everything in the normal way? ILADVOCATE on here could give you more information that I don't possess on getting in to see a psychologist or psychiatrist when you can't afford it.
If your health insurance doesn't provide cover for mental health care than supplemental insurance could cover that and there are various options. There is also the Medicaid Buy in for Working People with Disabilities and there has an extensive eligibility range and it would be worthwhile to find out about that as that does provide mental health coverage.
Dissociation can occur with schizophrenia and dissociative identity disorder is clinically separate as a criteria and rare and involves separate distinct personalities that a person enters into and appear separate to them. However only a psychiatrist could provide a specific diagnosis. But since you have had a neurologist note various concerns any records from treating neurologists should be specifically released to any psychiatrist you would see and they should be fully informed about any diagnoses or conclusions past treating neurologists made so they can be aware of that as well and fully understand what might be happening and what the proper treatment would be.