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... g. While his outcome wasn't significant, mine suggested "highly probable" in 3 of 6 and "probable" in 1 of 6 potential categories! While I didn't conclude that as fact, I thought it warranted a further look. Like I said, it had been in the back of my mind. ... (7 replies)
... out the other. I have notice, if someone allows me to perform the job as they explain it, I get it, but if they just talk and do the task as they show, I can't not grasp it. ... (14 replies)
... months after I started! As one week lead to another, I would get more upset because I was starting to get the idea that I'd be stuck there. I dreaded going to work every day. ... (14 replies)

... I really didn't see any signs of ADHD with either of my kids until they entered the school system. My daughter, now 10, started off as a very unsettled baby, but ate and slept well. As a first child she had our full attention from day 1m and is still constantly demanding it. ... (5 replies)
... ime posting and I need some advice. My son is going to start Kindergaten this August. He will be 6 in October. I have always wondered if he has a bit of ADHD, AS or is he just immature. ... (4 replies)
... First, we tried Strattera. As a distance runner, I didn't want to go the stimulant route. Since they were "banned," I didn't want to adjust to going on and off of them when I ran races. ... (7 replies)
... I will say that just about everything your son does is very much like what I was doing at that age, and I was about as ADHD a little girl as ever was. Only differences were, by a couple months past my 5th birthday, I already loved reading. ... (4 replies)
... o absolute test for ADD, but in this case, there was not much room for doubt. He wrote a Rx for ritalin and I began researching ADD and what steps I should take as a parent to help my son deal with it. ... (2 replies)
... The answer lies in the definition of "dose." For our purposes let's define "dose" as the highest plasma level reached in any given day. ... (4 replies)
... My son just started on ritalin and he doesn't do as good at the higher dosage. Also, we are trying the 10 mg daytrana patch and it is not being as effective as the 5 mg ritalin pills. Since I am new to this , is this normal? ... (4 replies)
... My thoughts are more organized...More articulite in the way I communicate with others.Before my thoughts came out as a scattered mess.. Now not so much... ... (2 replies)
... I agree with this! Who would say it's only the supplement people want to sell, when the big pharma also has a product to sell and stockholders to please? They usually are the ones that provide money to research and colleges. I also read a recent article in the Washington Post(pretty good source, heh?) that the pharmaceuticals only publish the positive result clinical trials in... (22 replies)
... taken, but I can't help seeing the monetary gain aspect as equally true of Adderall, Strattera, etc. ... (22 replies)
... ent and i have never been tested or diagnosed with add but my friend is on adderral for adhd. I was asking him about his medicine and he just simply explained it as "if you are hyper it makes you calm and if you are calm it makes you hyper". He offered me some at lunch so i took 30mg. ... (1 replies)
... depressants to try, my fiance took Prozac for some time, and eventually switched to Celexa and they worked wonders for her. Just watch for worsening depression, as with me, the Celexa caused severe depression, so you need to be aware of worsening depression and especially of suicidal thoughts. ... (6 replies)
... D In my day, ADD or ADHD wasn't even heard of and teachers and employers had little patience with people such as myself so I just plodded on and made the best of things, as you do .... ... (2 replies)
... Recently, I did get to accomplish one thing in my life...and that was to self publish a children's story that I wrote and illustrated myself but unfortunately, as excited as I was about it... ... (14 replies)
... have a leg to stand on if they give you a hard time about it. For 4 years after my diagnosis, I didn't tell any employer. I worked contract so I didn't see it as necessary. No job assignment lasted long enough nor was stressful enough to create a "bad environment" for me. ... (14 replies)
... g diagnosed by a doctor, is that it gives you some LEGAL rights in the workplace. By law, your employer has to give you accomodations if you ask for them...such as wearing headphones or using a "white noise" device to block out distracting noises. Or even getting you're own office with a DOOR. ... (14 replies)
... me as well. So, you may want to have one or two people who are close to you do the same. ... (14 replies)

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