Are You a Hypochondriac?
Check the statements below that are true about you or that you agree with.
You don't feel well or normal.
When you get the flu, you worry that it is something much worse.
You tend to learn many of the symptoms associated with rare afflictions.
You worry that you have a tumor or cancer.
You worry that you have AIDS, even though you are at low risk.
You feel faint at least once a month.
Even when the doctor gives you a clean bill of health, you worry about being seriously ill.
If you are even just a little under the weather, you see the doctor to be on the safe side
When there is a new strange virus making the news, you are preoccupied with getting it.
You miss work or school a lot from being sick.
You tend to get bad headaches.
You get preoccupied with having a major illness, often for weeks at a time.
You worry about catching diseases when you are out in public.
People tend to comment on you being sick all the time.
You are afraid that you may die soon.
You tend to feel tired.
Even though you haven't had a serious illness, you tend to go to the doctor a lot.
You keep old, unused prescription medicine around - just in case you need it.
You take at least five pills a day (including vitamins, supplements, and prescriptions)
You are obsessed with medical shows both fictional and real.
You get stomach aches more than most people.
People don't seem to care when you are feeling sick.
You take vitamins and eat special health food compulsively.
You own more than one medical books, and you frequently consult them.
You take pain killers or Advil regularly, for random aches and pains you have.
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