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My obsessive-compulsive disorder: Its from 1 yr. Recycle process going on ocd: I am getting sexual thoughts about god & goddess (like images of my self with my genitals doing sexual act with them) I am feeling anxiety & feeling some reactions in and around my genitals like tightening & moving something inside of genitals at that time of intrusive thoughts and it's high when I am feeling anxiety & at that time I am getting questions "am I act out (feeling impulses. And tightening happen in genitals getting questions like "some real force did that. These are coming one by one as a recycling process and some times all this thoughts and behaviour coming once. I feeling anxiety due to. I want to know that: these thoughts about god and behaviour coming to me only or any others getting in this world. I am feeling shy to goto a physiatrist. I am writing all this to tell my feelings to all others not only to one physiatrist but to all. It makes me feel I opened up my problem to the outside world and I will get information. I am doing because this came due to my belief and opinions from my childhood that "intrusive thoughts" won't come and Nothing bad thoughts will come about god and goddess. This make me lead to ocd. I am changing my beliefs and opinions through information from you like doctors. It feels me I am not different from society. This mental situation will change. Hope so. Thanking advance for your valuable information.

1 Doctor Answered
Your obsessional sexual thoughts especially about God and Goddesses is typical of certain OCD symptoms. Your brain imagines things to create ocd anxieties in you. These are all pure imaginary and false fears. The more you learn to ignore them instead of acting on them, the weaker they will become.
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