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What's happening To me ?
I was undergoing psychiatric treatment for almost 3 years for my OCD and anxiety with some symptoms of borderline personality disorder. Then my DOCTOR stopped my medication as I was better . But after 3 months of stopping the medicine , I started feeling scared and fearful out of nowhere , specially at night . After that I started feeling : what if I start hallucinating, or what if ghosts haunt me , what if m possessed already and I don't know about it . These thoughts are stupid and funny Acc to me , but they make me scared . So I went to my DOCTOR again and he has started my treatment again but he says I am on the edge of psychosis . Is this just OCD or really the edge of PSYCHOSIS ?? What's happening to me ? What if I never get better ?
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It's not uncommon for individuals with OCD and anxiety to experience intrusive thoughts that are irrational or unrelated to their actual fears. These thoughts can be distressing and cause significant anxiety, even though the person recognizes them as irrational. It's possible that the thoughts you're experiencing about hallucinations, being possessed, or haunted by ghosts are related to your anxiety and OCD. The fact that you're seeking help and have restarted your treatment is a positive step. It's important to continue working with your doctor to monitor your symptoms and adjust your treatment plan accordingly.
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