Mood Swings In Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

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Many people with OCD first consult a primary-care physician when a compulsion begins to affect their health or everyday life. For example, an adult with compulsive hand washing may visit a dermatologist because of cracked, bleeding fingers, or a parent may consult a pediatrician when a child with OCD begins to bathe four or five times a day.

Depressed mood is very common in OCD. In fact, a person may talk mainly about feeling depressed, because the OCD symptoms are embarrassing and...

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