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Background & Objectives: Culture factors play an important role in the confirmation of obsession symptoms. Knowledge of information about the frequency and diversity of those symptoms is helpful for provision of a more accurate diagnosis and appropriate therapy goals. The aim of this study, Determine the demographic characteristics and symptoms of obsessive–compulsive patients.
Materials & Methods: In a cross-sectional design (one year, from 10/1391 to 9/1392), 62 patients diagnosed with OCD from psychological clinic of Qazvin, were selected by the method of available sampling. Data were collected using clinical interview, demographic and MOCI questionnaire. Data have been analyzed by version 21 SPSS software, descriptive and inferential statistical methods (chi-square) The level 5 and 1 percent of Significant.
Finding: The most frequent onest of OCD, occurs in sections 21 to 30 years of age (%59.67). For women diagnosed with OCD, age at onset of this disorder is higher than for men.The fact that women suffer from this disorder more frequently shows that women need a more serious follow-up for their treatment than men (women= %88.71 and men=%11.29). Married people suffer from this disorder more frequently and are more motivated for treatment (%79.03). The type and quality of relationships with parents is also influential in the people suffering from OCD, it shows that they had strict parents with unilateral perspective (%83.87).
Also the results show that the most common symptoms of OCD in patients respectively, Included obsessive (98/38), suspicion (93/54), revision (91/93), repetition (87/09), washing (79/03).
Conclusion: Patients with OCD have different symptomatic and demographic characteristics. Reason for that can be their cultural diversity, and this finding could be an important concept for consideration for diagnosis and treatment.