What patterns are you thinking suggest that you are OCD or that they based the diagnosis from?
Did they used the below method or a clinical trial along with genetics?
It's amazing there is not ENOUGH information on OCD that shows us a true reason or health issue that forms from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Anxiety is a many-headed beast. It comes in many forms, has many symptoms and affects everyone in different ways.
Some people are only affected in social situations—crowded subways, classrooms, restaurants, the list goes on for those suffering from social anxiety. Others suffer from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)—they’re simply anxious all the time, a heightened baseline anxiety level that never seems to abate. This can be accompanied by intrusive negative thoughts that disrupt various aspects of their day—anxious thoughts that make it difficult to concentrate on things that are important to them, like work, family and sleep.