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Obsessive compulsive disorder, keeping house clean always, everything has a place, anxiety. Treatment?

Hello, I am concered that I may have OCD or another obessive disorder. I have the need to clean and have a clean house all the time. Everything in my house has to have a spot and if something is misplaced I get really anxious and have to put it back in the correct spot immediently. my house is always clean spotless. I get anxious alot and randomly start moving things around.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Your symptoms do suggest a tendency for obsessions and compulsions, but to label it OCD you need to be evaluated by a psychiatrist. There are many other things which need to be ascertained to make this diagnosis. There are good medications available for treatment and you must visit the doctor for evaluation. They will talk to you in more detail, assess the level of anxiety in you and accordingly will prescribe you a treatment plan.
Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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