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Obsessive compulsive disorder, getting serious with difficulty in switching tasks without touching the nose, cannot hold any device without touching it from the center. How can I get rid of this?

Hi, my name is Kacy Velez, I am 19 years old and am currently suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder . It was mild at first but now I feel like it may have gotten worse. I can t move on to another task without constantly touching my nose . I can t even hold the computer mouse, remote control, cellphone or just about any device without perfectly touching it from the centre. Please, I need help, it s ruining my life. Thank You.
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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The treatment for OCD begins with a consultation with a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist will likely recommend medication and psychotherapy to help you. Medication that has proven efficacy includes SSRIs and tricyclics. Look these up online to learn more about them. Typically these meds are initiated at low doses and gradually increased until the patient reports some symptom improvement. Sometimes high doses of these medications are required in order to see a significant response. If one medication is not enough to relieve your symptoms, the psychiatrist may decide to add a second medication to the regimen in an attempt to capture more of your symptoms. Cognitive behavioral psychotherapy may also help you with some symptom relief. Don't give up hope; there is help for you out there. Feel better and best of health to you.
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