Obsessive-compulsive disorder (Obsessive-compulsive neurosis): An anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts that produce uneasiness, apprehension, fear, or worry;
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Hello! I suffer from severe muscle twitching, and it simply makes every second of my life unbearable. It's voluntary, I do it myself, and I can force myself not to do it, but then it will be unbearable: I feel rising anxiety in my mind and tension in my muscles and this makes me twitch again. I twitch my legs, gluteus, ear muscles and armpits. I took lots of medicines for two years but there was no sign of any change. I beg you to help me with some advices maybe, or your stories, and I wish someone told me that this can be cured! Thank you!
just wondering how many are on disability for this stupid agonizing condition? i am at my job for 30 years , but this ocd stuff is killing me and i dont leave the house much but to go to work. and now i dont even want to go to worrk! would i qualify for disability benefits? already been diagnosed with ocd!
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Hi. Third month on Phentermine. Scalp picking started shortly after I started. I have done that years ago under stress, but never since. I keep puttin Benedryl cream on my stores but they are getting worse. Already I can see three doits where my hair is no longer there....
I'm 17 and about to graduate highschool, and i have been on Nexplaton for a year now. After I started getting mood swings from it a month ago my OBGYN decided it would be a good idea to put me on Sprintec (the pill) to counteract it.... but after two weeks on that I started getting severely depressed and started getting very bad anxiety I stopped right away when I started getting feeling I didn't want. Now fast forward to a month later I have awful anxiety, I can't control my thoughts making me feel crazy , I've been obsessing over something I know I'm not but it is just in my head and makes me want to crawl out of my skin, I dead every day now!! I'm hopefully getting this removed Monday and pray I can take control of my life again. If you guys have any similar experiences please share and give me tips to stop this !!
Hello, I am a 19 year old female who has been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis at the age of 6 - I know, very uncommon to hear. I have been taking methotrexate for about 12 years now and I have always had signs of OCD throughout the years but it has become increasingly troublesome for me and has gotten in the way of my daily life and happiness. I do see a therapist but I don't feel as though I get the same support as I do on forums from others who experience similar issues as mine. I'm seeking a safe place to be able to talk to others who can relate.
I suspect I have OCD. I always wondered why I sweated uncontrollably. After learning of a long term obsession focused on my family, I researched hyperhydrosis, something my sister also suffers from for the same reasons. I was stunned to find a connection. I might be just as smart as I always thought. I'm pretty conviced I have been obsessed since I was sixteen years old, maybe eight, not sure. In any case, I am aware. Hello.
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