OCD - Obsessive Complusive dis-order; I have few doubts about this problem.
1.) Is it fine to get married with OCD problem?
2.) Does it have any consequence on the sexual relationship due medications in take related to nervous harmone control.
3.) By googling, I understand - there is as such no remedy for OCD? is it so?
4.) There are various reasons for OCD? Prominent one - Genetic reason - In case a guy or woman with OCD gives berth to child, will they get affected with this problem atleast not at early stage of child or is there any possiblity later on at teen age?
1.) I have OCD and I am very happily married!
2.) The medication can lower your sexual drive a bit, but I still enjoy sex with my husband regularly. I am thinking of either trying a different medication or possibly taking something called "BuSpar" which is supposed to help reverse the effects of lowered libido.
3.) I am currently on very mild medication and it has massively reduced my OCD, along with the comfort of knowing that obsessive thinking is a physical problem with my brain and that I am not just a freak. My psychologist says I should stay on my meds for another year, and after that, ween off of them and I should be in the same state as I am now. My obsessive thoughts are mild and I can recognise when they are happening and choose to ignore them.
4.) No one in my family has OCD. My symptoms developed when I was 8 and my parents got divorced. I had no big reaction to the divorce except that I was obsessively checking things. I thought the problem had passed when I was older, but I learned that it had just passed into obsessive thinking rather than obsessive actions. A person can develope or discover their OCD in their teen years, yes, but it doesn't necessarily have anything to do with genetics.