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Q.1
Do you get caught up making sure things are in their proper order? (Cataloging books, rearranging drawers, lining up silverware, etc.) *

Q.2
Do you have personally unacceptable thoughts (often of a religious, violent, or sexual nature) that feel intrusive and out of your control? *

Q.3
Do you collect “useless” objects, or inspect the trash before it gets thrown out to see if you missed something? *

Q.4
Do you feel a need to “confess” or seek reassurance on something you said or did? *

Q.5
Are you concerned about being “contaminated” by germs, chemicals, or diseases? *

Q.6
Do you worry about harm coming to someone you love because you weren’t careful enough? *

Q.7
Do you unnecessarily re-read letters, emails, or text messages before or after you’ve sent them? *

Q.8
Do you perform ritualized washing, cleaning, or grooming habits (washing your hands five times in a row, for example)? *

Q.9
Do you experience upsetting mental images of death, destruction, or other unpleasant events? *

Q.10
Do you examine your body for signs of illness? *

Q.11
Do you repeat routine actions like opening a door, putting on a shoe, or getting into bed over and over until it “feels right?” *

Q.12
Do you worry about acting on a senseless urge, like pushing a stranger in front of a bus or stabbing a loved one with a knife? *

Q.13
Do you avoid certain colors or numbers because you view them as “unlucky” or “evil?” *

Q.14
Do you check things like oven knobs, door locks, and car brakes over and over again within a short period of time? *

Q.15
Do you excessively worry about things like fires, car accidents, or your house getting flooded? *

Q.16
Do you worry about spreading an illness (even if you have never been diagnosed with the illness)? *

Q.17
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