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... Schizo-Obsessive Disorder, or Obsessive-Compulsive Schizophrenia seems to be more on the Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorder. However, this label can indicate a distinct subtype of Schizophrenia or a Schizophrenia related illness who also exibits OC symptoms. Depicting on the course and distict symptoms, really depends on what kind or disorder type it can fall in. SGH (1 replies)
... hi guys does anyone know some information about schizo-obsessive disorder.i know a little about it but do you know if it is a kind of schizophrenia or ocd??? is there anyone to tell me their experiances about that disease or something about it???ok take care :wave: (1 replies)
OCD and Schizo
Jun 27, 2009
... do not know what it is like to have OCD and can only recommend treatments designed for such as well as to share my own experiences as they pertain to anxiety and obsessive thoughts due to paranoia. ... (16 replies)

OCD and Schizo
Jun 27, 2009
... I don't have OCD or obsessive thoughts (except when I'm paranoid), so I can't comment on how well meds work for that. However, I have heard that CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is very good for treating OCD related thoughts. You may want to consider talking to a professional to learn some coping techniques. If it makes you feel any better, seeing a psychiatrist may... (16 replies)
OCD and Schizo
Jun 23, 2009
... I also wanted to add that when someone experiences a psychotic episode, they see or hear things that aren't there. They don't have obsessive/constant thoughts about what has happened to them or what may happen unless they are spoken by a voice (other than their own) that isn't there. The latter would be defined as paranoia. (16 replies)
OCD and Schizo
Jun 20, 2009
... they can be diagnosed together. If this concerns you, I would suggest that you see a psychiatrist. If you have OCD, you can be given meds to help slow down your obsessive thoughts. Therapy can also help you learn coping strategies such as deep breathing, visual imagery and replacing repetitive thoughts with healthy thoughts. ... (16 replies)
Am I...schizo?
Jan 29, 2008
... Arielle, You're not really describing things that I understand to be schizophrenic, but I'm no doctor. A psychiatrist prescribes meds, but in my experience, they don't talk to you and help you understand things. A psychologist helps people talk about all the weird stuff going on in our minds, and sometimes find how the odd thoughts got started, and provide potential ways of... (5 replies)
Do i have schizo??
May 26, 2006
... No, my brother had schizophrenia. You may have mild obsessive compulsive behavior tendancies, but i wouldn't worry about that. Or it may just be anxiety. Good luck to you. ... (2 replies)
Do i have schizo??
May 25, 2006
... From your very brief description, it doesn't sound like symptoms of Schizophrenia at all; but rather excessive worry and anxiety. So in my opinion, these thoughts come from possible GAD or even Obsessive-Compulsive tendencies. SGH (2 replies)
... Well, I'm glad to hear that it's not schizophrenia! Yeah! Being an obsessive-compulsive is a lifelong diagnosis, but you can get better. It is most likely that both you and I will have obsessions all of our lives, even with CBT and medications, but the important thing is that CBT helps us block our obsessions and not let them take over our lives. It certainly does sound as... (5 replies)
... I saw a news documentary about a teenager who was being treated because he was obsessed with going to hell. He was said to have severe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, so what you have could just be an obsession that is linked to some kind of anxiety disorder like OCD, not necessarily schizophrenia. ... (5 replies)
How do you know?
Apr 30, 2004
... I think I've seen you post on the OCD baord before... I have a feeling you're just like me, and have an obsessive fear that you are or are becoming schizophrenic. The fact is, the very fact that you fear you are is a pretty clear sign that you're not. ... (4 replies)
... affective for 4 years now, and obsessive compulsive for 3 years. The only real improvement that maybe I choose to notice significantly is the ocd change. Wow what a difference. ... (0 replies)
Hi everyone
Jan 8, 2006
... affective for 4 years now, and obsessive compulsive for 3 years. The only real improvement that maybe I choose to notice significantly is the ocd change. Wow what a difference. ... (0 replies)
... First off - I'm a guy. :) There's no such thing as PMSing in this gender. Perhaps a male-version of it, maybe. Ah... This is where my social "idiocy" or how you define "idiocy" becomes all too apparent. You state that I haven't stated any symptoms of schizophrenia, however if you look closely in my first post... "my speech may be tangential, off-the-wall, and not... (83 replies)
... Hi Jedi Mind Trick- I'm having major concentration problems right now, but I just wanted to say how much I could relate to your post. (Memory slipping, scrolling up to see what it was you said again...ugh, this is sad...) Obviously the memory, depersonalization is probably the most debilitating thing for me right now, I can't even begin to describe it, I was on Cymbalta for a... (18 replies)




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