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... Is there a connection between depression and worsening of Pure O? ... (2 replies)
SSRIs and Pure O
Mar 1, 2007
... when I'm on Zoloft, I have no symptoms of OCD. Perhaps Zoloft or another SSRI will do for you what Zoloft has done for me. ... (3 replies)
... king to make sure the door is locked, there's a noticeable problem, and even if the person's loved ones don't suspect OCD, a doctor will. However, in the case of pure obsessionals, our OCD is more hidden and we're forced to constantly struggle with the images without any physical manifestation in terms of compulsions. ... (48 replies)

... Some people will describe themselves as having pure O or pure C, but it all falls under OCD. ... (4 replies)
... compulsive symptoms from what I read. Stereotypy, obsessive fixations, distress of change...these are OC type things. ... (4 replies)
... He is also be bipolar, so this is a fun ride, or could it be that the Pure O symptoms have mimiced bipolar? ... (10 replies)
... If you are not interested in seeing a doctor or taking meds. there are some natural approaches that have alleviated symptoms for me. ... (12 replies)
Aug 15, 2005
... their worry is manifested into physical symptoms such as irritability, insomnia, muscle tension, and difficulty concentrating. ... (2 replies)
Pure O
Aug 9, 2013
... after reading about what it is and searching forms about intrusive thoughts im almost positive that this is what i have after reading much of the symptoms and problems that come with it. Obviously i still have bad thoughts and all but i feel like finding out what i have is a huge step. ... (0 replies)
Pure O
Nov 6, 2008
... Can anyone tell me a bit about Pure O ? ... (4 replies)
SSRIs and Pure O
Mar 1, 2007
... I've been recently diagnosed with a "mild" form of Pure O, which although supposedly mild is causing me a lot of distress. As well as beginning CBT I've also started taking 5mg of Lexapro every day. ... (3 replies)
... I am stunned that you have not been diagnosed with OCD. Fisrt, you symptoms are clearly indicative of someone with pure-O. Driving off the road and thoughts of killing children are impulsive thoughts - they stick in your head. Someone who is normal, will hear about someone commiting suicide and brush it off as something that would never happen to them - "i'm normal, they... (6 replies)
... order, and he could learn through therapy how to deal with his obsessions and not need to do a compulsion afterwards. Again, it may not work as well since he's a pure obsessional, but at least he could learn the techniques and cope without medication. Write back soon! ... (10 replies)
... n, it is very possible that, as your depression gets worse, your OCD also gets worse. Also, OCD is notorious for worsening during times of stress, especially the pure obsessional type. Good luck! ... (2 replies)
... sleep disturbance. These symptoms must cause significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning. ... (6 replies)
... ve never experienced obsessions concerning contamination, hoarding, ordering, or hyper responsibility. When I was younger I had a few symptoms of scrupulosity but other than that the majority of my life has been government by Pure Obsession. ... (6 replies)
... washing and checking, and know next to nothing about pure obsessions. No, I don't think that your symptoms are obvious, so you'll have to be very honest and forthright about all of your obsessions, no matter how strange. Don't be ashamed of your intrusive thoughts! ... (48 replies)
... Thank you so much, I'm gonna be 100% honest with the DR. At first I was ashamed but I know I'm not a bad person, this is just OCD not me. (7 replies)
... Hi, You said it right when you said you just want your mind to quiet down. Meds will do that. They won't eliminate your O thoughts 100% but will make it more manageable and make you feel less worrysome. Nobody can give you the right med to ask for b/c everyone reacts differently to each medication. The dr will listen to your symptoms (be 100% honest and tell the dr... (7 replies)
... Hey, Amberay! I'm sooo glad that you feel good about the math! At least it'll be easy- you'll breeze right through it! I'm feeling better, I guess. I bought the latest issue of CosmoGirl! last night, and there was a really good article in it called "Out of Control." It talked about girls like me who have self-destructive perfectionism and severe anxiety about doing well in... (48 replies)

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