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... The ADD child exhibits a series of behaviors that are common in most children. Most children misbehave, act silly and day dream. So what, then, is the difference? ... (0 replies)
... I have posted this before but its been a while. Hopefully those of you who dont already know about the different ADD subtypes can use this information to better determine your personal ADD subtype. ... (13 replies)
... My doc sent me to a psychologist because like you, I was exposed to the "possible idea" of me having ADD and I mentioned it to him. I saw the commercials on TV. My wife picked up on it also by the way. ... (3 replies)

... Welcome to the ADD club...not fun, is it? ... (5 replies)
... n about ADD. There are many great books out there written by parents, teachers, doctors, and ADDers themselves. I think reading a wide range of authors who write ADD books a good way to keep an open mind and gather information regaurding ADD. ... (2 replies)
... If you are leaning towards ADD, Dr. AMEN has had a great success in treating ADD because he found that there were 6 different types of ADD each requiring a specific treatment plan. He claimed that too often people treated ADD with the same conventional ADD meds but with little improvement. ... (11 replies)
... National Association for Add and Gender Disorders" in Wash. DC. ... (3 replies)
... I know my comment was in response to your previous comment, but this comment here I am quoting now is somewhat relevant to the fact that not all those who have ADD are the same. ... (25 replies)
... It's possible that his anxiety could be a result of his ADD symptoms, and will go away with proper ADD treatment. Children with untreated ADD feel pressure to perform like everyone else, and hopelessness when they keep trying, but never quite feel like they are getting it.... if that makes sense? ... (10 replies)
... It's possible to have both at once, but ADD and depression are two very different things. ... (4 replies)
... t that says that if your fasting sugar is above a certain number then you definitely should be working with a doctor to get things under control. The symptoms of ADD are similar to the symptoms that everyone has from time to time, just more magnified. ... (27 replies)
... I believe I have a form of ADD and have some anxiety and depression, but believe ADD and anxiety are those of the most concern. Problems like these are usually intertwined, according to the behavioral doctor and psychiatrist I have visited. ... (25 replies)
... writing about things you're fascinated with. I am 34 years old and have ADD and Tourette's Syndrome and constantly get hyper focused on the things I enjoy. ... (6 replies)
... As Bob mentioned, reaction to ADD meds are different. ... (13 replies)
... it really depends on how bad you have ADD and how it affects you. my husband has ADD... he's never been diagnosed, but he definitely has ADD. ... (12 replies)
... In my family, everyone has a combination of at least 2 usually 3 of the above. Sometimes, like ADD and OCD, some of the disorders are actually symptoms of a larger disorder. ... (10 replies)
... I'm wondering because I just made an appointment at my campus health center to go get "evaluated" for possibly having ADD because after reading a lot of the symptoms on this site, I finally realize that I have a lot of the symptoms mentioned here! ... (24 replies)
Symptoms of ADD?
Nov 17, 2005
... I didn't have all the diagnoisis situation, and education there is now....so you are in a good era, but NOT SO EASY TO DEAL WITH......my instincts told me as an ADD ADULT, and I know how much I suffered, I would want help....until I was 30 I felt like I missed half my life..... ... (12 replies)
... Asthma can kill. ADD can't. No offense, but I wish more physicians would stop comparing ADD to diabetes, cancer, asthma, etc. ... (21 replies)
... Plus, I'm constantly misplacing things, and I was always considered an underachiever even though I TRIED, unfortuanately, nobody believed me. I hope that it is add because I want to be a nurse SO bad. I take a very deep interest in the health area and feel that my grades would hurt me unless I got help. ... (22 replies)




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