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Hi @Ramana, welcome to ReachOut and thanks for sharing that with us. I am sorry to hear that you have lost your son at such a young age. I can understand why this might raise your concern for your daughter and cause you to feel extra cautious. It is great that you are looking out for your daughter and taking notice of her behaviour. I can tell that you really want is best for her and are concerned at the moment.
Unfortunately we cannot give out medical advice or diagnoses on this forum, as we are not trained medical professionals. Our service is also designed for Australian parents of teenagers from 12-18. As your daughter is so young and you are living in Cambodia - some of our advice may not be appropriate or helpful for your situation. Often a doctor is the best place to seek advice as they can refer you on to more appropriate services. If you have a doctor that specialises in mental health, then you could also start there. It might be helpful for your daughter to talk about some of her worries and fears, whether it is related to OCD or not
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