I have been suffering from anxiety, panic disorder, and perhaps OCD as well (but I have not been diagnosed with that yet) since I was 11. However, I had been completely anxiety-free for about four or five years until three months back, when I got a horrible panic attack that started it all. Technically, I had some weed muffins last year, and I got a panic attack from which it took me over a week to recover, but I was fine again afterward. Anyway, first I was obsessively worried about my physical health, but that has now shifted to mental health. I have also been suffering from derealization on and off. Anyway, just a couple of days I got this horrible intrusive thought like 'what if I got psychotic and heard voices that would tell me to hurt my family or my dog or myself' (note that I love my family, I love my dog, I love myself, and I hate and despise violence of any kind. I have never acted violently in my life) and basically, since then, I have been feeling worse and worse. I read a lot about schizophrenia, mainly real life stories and experience of people, which at first made me go 'okay, now I certainly do not have this,' but as time progressed, I started getting more and more intrusive thoughts. Like 'what if I start being paranoid, what if I start believing that the posters in my room are real people, etc.' Occasionally, I ask myself 'what if these people are not real, what if I am not real?' I have also had a blank mind, pretty much unable to think of anything else, since I got this bad last week. I get this constant picture of myself, confined to the bed and crying somewhere in a white room, all by myself. I have also been feeling this kind of gut-fear since then. On the outside, with other people, I behave normally, much kinder, actually, I think. I am a bit slower and find it a bit harder to concentrate on two things at once, which had never been a problem before, but that could as well be due to anxiety. Anyway, my question is, could this be indicative of actual psychosis or prodromal stage of schizophrenia? Or is it more likely just anxiety and OCD? Thank you very much for your response.