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Do I have hocd

Submitted by The_Dude Tue 12/21/2010

For the question above, I been having unwanted gay thoughts and for awhile always had a dreading feeling. I told my dad about them, he took me to the doctor ( before this my body didn't feel like I was dreading as much and I believe my body got use to the feeling) and the doc said that it's just my aniexty. He gave me pills that would deal with the aniexty, but when I take these don't feel anything but the thoughts don't keep coming as much but they are still there. Most nights I can't get much sleep (this sometime happened even before I saw the doctor) like as in I sleep for like 3-4 hour because I'll wake up to what I guess is a nightmare ( when a good dream starts to turn gay literaly). It feels like my mind convinced my bodty that it's gay but I know that I'm straight. I never got an erection for guys but alway girls before this. I also notice that I'm not as attract to girls as easily as before. I've only seen straight porn never gay porn. I have no intrest to becoming gay. So do I have hocd?


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