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OCD (water related)

My Mother will be in washroom for 10-12 hour washing herself continuously, dont eat regularly, she has her own description of cleanliness & rituals. rarely rakes bath.
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Dr. Antara Gupta
12 yrs. of exp | Aligarh | Neuropsychiatrist

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She is having OCD. Needs help. Pls take a psychiatric consultation. She would improve on treatment. .
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Ms. Hema Sampath
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Yes it is OCD only. Please visit  psychologist along with some psychiatric treatment.  It's definitely  curable.
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Dr. Lakshmi T Rajan
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Hi friend, This condition needs further evaluation and before it takes any further , please consult a psychiatrist for further tests and get treated by a psychotherapist. Feel free to write to me for any kind of help. Visit my website www.mastermindfoundation.com
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Dr. Phani Prasant Mulakaluri
18 yrs. of exp | Hyderabad | Psychiatrist
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Your mother is definitely suffering from ocd. It is an illness and people who suffer thy illness might not know that it is an illness. With good amount of counseling and medication she can get better. Try taking help it will help her
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Dr. Kavita Sagarkar
21 yrs. of exp | Mumbai | Psychiatrist
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Hi, this seems like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, however it will need detailed evaluation by a Psychiatrist. Please do not delay, get her treated. It is a treatable condition and she can become much better with the right medication and counseling. All the best!
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