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Adult OCD Self Test
The following self test has been developed to assist adults in determining if they may be experiencing symptoms related to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). This is only a preliminary questionaire and should not be used to diagnose or treat any condition, disorder or disease.
 
 
1. Have you been experiencing persistent thoughts, images, or impulses that seem inappropriate or intrusive and cause distress?
 Yes
 No
 
 
2. Do you find yourself overly preoccupied with worry about the presence of dirt or germs to the point that it causes you great distress?
 Yes
 No
 
 
3. If objects in your home or work environment are out of order or seem poorly arranged, does this cause you great distress or agitation until things are set perfectly?
 Yes
 No
 
 
4. Have you been having repeated unwanted sexual thoughts that are upsetting to you but are beyond your control?
 Yes
 No
 
 
5. Are you continuously worried about harm coming to someone you love because of what you perceive as your careless behavior?
 Yes
 No
 
 
6. Are you preoccupied with worrying about losing something important to you to the point where itís all that you can think about?
 Yes
 No
 
 
7. Do you feel consumed with worry about cleanliness, contamination, or spreading an illness to those around you, even in situations where these issues are not a realistic problem?
 Yes
 No
 
 
8. Do you engage in ritualistic and repetitive counting in specific situations, such as always counting the number of steps between destinations or counting the number of objects in a room?
 Yes
 No
 
 
9. Do you excessively horde things, save useless items, or routinely check to make sure things you consider of value havenít been thrown away?
 Yes
 No
 
 
10. Do you believe that certain colors, numbers, letters, or words are unlucky, and avoid these unlucky signs at all costs?
 Yes
 No
 
 
11. Do you feel that it is necessary to repeat routine actions such as getting in and out of the car, entering a room, turning on a light, or crossing your legs a specific number of times or itís been done perfectly?
 Yes
 No
 
 
12. Do you engage in repeated behavior such as hand washing, checking the locks to make sure that theyíre locked, checking to make sure that an object of importance has not been lost, or straightening and arranging objects in your environment that is excessive and time consuming beyond rational necessity?
 Yes
 No
 
 
13. Do you find that engaging in these behaviors consumes an unusual amount of time and intrudes on your ability to perform your daily routine?
 Yes
 No
 
 
14. Do you feel that your repetitive intrusive thoughts cannot be controlled and cause you to eventually engage in a specific activity in order to quiet the thoughts, whether or not that activity is directly related to the intrusive thought?
 Yes
 No
 
 
15. Do you recognize that your thoughts or actions are excessive or unreasonable but still feel unable to stop engaging in them?
 Yes
 No
 
 
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