I recently got on Prozac to help me control my slight OCD complusions. Until then, I had just lived with them as part of life. Now I can see a difference in the fact I have just about given up on compulsively worrying about anything that moved, breathed, or happened. But, I still have the constant need to find things I assume are missing. For example, the other night at 1 in the morning, I felt I needed to find the finger nail clippers before I could go to sleep. I got up and searched for them for about an hour to no avail. I tried to talk myself down and went back upstairs only to end up back downstairs again searching for them. Eventually, I gave up. But, should I discuss increasing my dose of Prozac. It is the lowest dose, but I do not want to be groggy or zoned out either. Should I just live with these kinds of compulsions?
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