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yale-brown OCD self-rating scale (Y-BOCS)

 

yale-brown OCD self-rating scale (Y-BOCS):

I'm an antidepressant Researcher i make this scale because i don't find any yale-brown OCD self-rating scale (Y-BOCS)
it's based in the real yale-brown OCD self-rating scale (Y-BOCS)

what should i do?

if you got 16+ you have ocd and you need medications
don't waste your time with trying to overcome ocd without medications it's will not work the only one way to stop ocd is taking the requested medication
even if you feel good after you was able to overcome ocd one two three times using cognitive behavioral therapy, you will not able to continue this i have lost 7 years in it, you will return to your baseline OCDing..

do i need to take medication for ever?

many doctors will tell you that you will need to take anafranil/risperidone which is the gold standard medications for ocd (that i was able by it to overcome 39 yale brown ocd scale illness reducing it to just 8) for 2-5 years and then stop it
I'm really don't believe in that because anafranil/risperidone (and other medications) don't change your mind permanently it just make your mind able to use that small amount of serotonin/noradrenaline/any other mood chemical that your Ill brain release with high Efficiently, so logically you will need to take it for ever, like insulin
points/52 level react
32-40 extreme medications needed
24-31 severe
16-23 moderate
8-15 mild
0-7 normal
    How much of your time is occupied by obsessive thoughts?
  • How much do your obsessive thoughts interfere with your work, school, social, or other important role functioning? Is there anything that you don’t do because of them?
  • How much distress do your obsessive thoughts cause you?
  • How much of an effort do you make to resist the obsessive thoughts? How often do you try to disregard or turn your attention away from these thoughts as they enter your mind?
  • How much control do you have over your obsessive thoughts? How successful are you in stopping or diverting your obsessive thinking? Can you dismiss them?
  • How much time do you spend performing compulsive behaviors? How much longer than most people does it take to complete routine activities because of your rituals? How frequently do you do rituals?
  • How much do your compulsive behaviors interfere with your work, school, social, or other important role functioning? Is there anything that you don’t do because of the compulsions?
  • How would you feel if prevented from performing your compulsion(s)? How anxious would you become?
  • How much of an effort do you make to resist the compulsions?
  • How strong is the drive to perform the compulsive behavior? How much control do you have over the compulsions?

  • tell me what's your result in comments…
    i hope this help! :)

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