Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders

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My daughter was recently put on Prozac for her OCD, it is pretty severe, she has only been on it for a week now, she has previously been on several other meds for this condition. Anyway, for her benefit and knowledge, even though we\'ve been told by psychologists and psychiatrist, she blames her OCD for anger, yelling, rage spitting and hissing, as well as shouting \"no, no, no!!!!!\" all the time and talking to herself, are these all part of OCD????? Her therapist says some not, at least the anger and rage, but she screams and insists at the top of her lungs that it is all because of OCD and we are just mean and don\'t understand, I\'d like to have something on paper that says this, what do you think??? Desperate mom

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