I have been recently diagnosed this year with ROCD. I had no idea why this was happening to me, and it only started after I had been in my first serious relationship of over 2.5 years (currently still dating)
My OCD specialist and I are working on a program to help me, but I was wondering what people here are using to cope with it all. Lots of people say meditation, but I was wondering what kinds of medication/self help everyone is trying.
Medication/therapy for ROCD?
- 1 Jan 2015 by Gdela
- 4 January 2015
- obsessive compulsive disorder, medication, relationship, diagnosis, therapy, relationship obsessive compulsive disorder
Gdela Sounds like your doing the right things mostly they have been doing meditation,,And they have been using Medications that are used for regular ocd patients which is very much the same type problems like obsessions and much worrying about really nothing in most case but it is very real to the people that have it,it can be from germs to one person or worried about not turning off things or locking doors and the continue to check over and over the same things. And the ROCD is mostly relationships thinking your not good enough or you can do better or am i making the right choices your doctor well know which medications they use for this condition looks like they try different types of therapy first then meds last unless it just gets to unbearable to you..The medication all alter the chemicals in the mind to help you from stop dwelling over things you can't do anything about like the stuff i already typed above if you want you can just google medications for ocd there are about 5 anafrall and zoloft are two of the most effective ones.and has shown promise for ROCD,as well as regular OCD. But the jury is still out you could ask your doctor if you want to try Medication..good luck hope this give you a bit of light on this
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