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OCD problem.
I have been suffering from ocd since a very long time. And it's getting worst day by day. Please help me
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Repetitive tasks, intrusive and repetitive thoughts, checking, counting, disproportionate excess need for order and cleanliness, as well as anxiety when not able to do the same are signs of obsessive compulsive disorder. Patients with OCD suffer from significant distress, anxiety and depression due to the same which impairs their quality of life. Please consult a Psychiatrist at the earliest. With a combination of medication and behavioral therapy it is likely that your symptoms will improve.
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Hi, there are many different symptoms in OCD. Also in about half the cases it's complicated with major depression. Kindly sort help before it worsens. The early you start medicines and therapy the less chances of further worsening.
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Kindly meet a psychiatrist for evaluation of the severity, other co-morbidities and complications and start treatment.
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OCD is treatable if not curable. People live a normal life with diabetes, heart diseases and hypertension, so why can't you live a Normal life with OCD on medications. All the best. Regards, Dr. Priyadarshani Jain Mumbai
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