I think it would be advisable for you to speak with a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist so that they can make a full assesement and give you an accurate diagnosis of what you are experiencing.
Although I can't diagnose, you may not have hypochondriasis, you may actually have an anxiety disorder. Many people with an anxiety disorder do think they have hypochondriasis but they are actually different disorders.
A Cognitive Behavioural Therapist will be able to assist you with this and will be able to provide treatment for you.
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