Pure obsessional obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a subtype of OCD that’s characterized by intrusive thoughts, images or urges without any visible physical compulsions. Pure OCD differs slightly from other types of OCD because its compulsions primarily take place in a person’s head rather than actions.
What if I’m really a child predator?
If you’re experiencing recurrent intrusive thoughts involving a worry or fear that you could be a child predator, it may be a sign of OCD.Learn more
“Pure O” OCD
“Pure O” OCD can be a way to describe OCD where an individual primarily exhibits mental rather than physical compulsions.Learn more
Fear of ruminating
OCD rumination occurs when you have constant, repetitive thoughts about something; may involve repeated attempts to solve perceived problems.Learn more