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... I was wondering if anyone knows if there is a connection between thyroid disorders and OCD. ... (3 replies)
... is thyroid regulated by the brain? ... (3 replies)
... hypothyroid is when you don't produce enough of the "thyroid hormone" and hyperthyroid is when you produce too much. ... (3 replies)

... Not sure which one I am but I have had that for about 6 years now. My OCD has gotten out of control these last two years. Although I've always been a hypochondriac. ... (3 replies)
Symptoms of OCD?
Dec 8, 2007
... What I would do first is see your primary care physician and have some routine bloodwork done to check your livery, thyroid, and kidney function, as problems with any of these organs can exaggerate the symptoms of OCD. ... (6 replies)
... As I'm sure you know washing and fears of contamination are common symptoms associated with OCD. ... (3 replies)
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... There was a good thread posted by myself a few weeks ago on the subject of derealization or some call it depersonalization, and this happens frequently to people who have OCD, anxiety issues, or panic attacks. ... (6 replies)
... you have a minor case of OCD, but you should still talk to someone, because talking always helps. My answer to your question is, some people get worse with time and some people get better with time and it really depends on the person. ... (2 replies)
... Hi to all. I have never posted in this board before. I usually post in the thyroid boards. Anyway for years I obsessed about having HIV. Until I was forced to take a test. After I got pregnant with my daughter. ... (6 replies)
Living with ocd
Dec 29, 2005
... hi! im michelle, and im 17. ... (3 replies)
OCD & Paxil
Sep 17, 2004
... l just name a couple. I worry about appliances being left on in my house. At night, before I go to bed and in the morning, when I leave for work I check the oven and coffee maker several times, just to make sure that they are turned off, even when I KNOW that they're off or unplugged. ... (4 replies)
... So apparently im going through a wave of anxiety. I had cancer in december, I had surgery and treatment and im fine. I had thyroid cancer and the success rate is quite high. I recently started having severe panic and anxious thuoghts about dying and death and me dying or him dying. ... (5 replies)
...'s a form of OCD and an obvious behaviour formed to ease anxiety and distress. ... (3 replies)
... New to all this and not even sure if this is what my problem is but any suggestions would be appreciated! ... (43 replies)
Mar 4, 2008
... I used to pull the hair on my head out and line them up on my desk in high school until the time I went to see and endocrinologist for my Thyroid and the test he wanted to perform took me off my synthroid for almost 3 months. Then my hair fell out and didn't grow that ended that one OCD problem. ... (20 replies)
... You'll find the support you need here from those of us that understand OCD. I will not tell you that you should rid yourself of your husband because he has OCD, and OCD is treatable with therapy and medications. One issue that I'm sure you've also thought of is your daughter. ... (2 replies)
OCD? I'm not sure.
Jan 26, 2008
... e symptoms of OCD. Doing things in certain sets, counting, certain numbers being "bad", placing objects in certain areas, the feeling of uneveness on your body, and intrusive thoughts are all symptoms of OCD. ... (1 replies)
... under OCD. There are numerous people who do have both obsessions and compulsions, but most will tell you that over time sometimes they'll loose the compulsions and the obsessions will pick up, or they'll loose their obsessions and the compulsions will pick up. ... (4 replies)
... As far as OCD goes, the most effective treatment right now is cognitive behavioral therapy in conjunction with a light dose of medication. ... (4 replies)

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