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      Is it actually a brave question, in the sense that it may be wrong, but does it make it your doctor’s duty to do what he can you answer your OCD questions? And they would need to be sure they guide you to the right place?

      Im not even sure if it’s treatable without absolute dedication from the person suffering.  Maybe his answer will be it’s treatable in the sense it can be controlled.

      Instantly puts it on your doctor to make the decisions and trust in them.

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