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Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 12, 2004
... Sounds pretty normal for a 6 month old. Most require almost constant human interaction for all their waking hours. IMHO, it's w-a-y too early to even be thinking about ADD. (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 11, 2004
... my 6 month old daughter gets bored REALLY quickly, she cant not seem to entertain herself at all, i have rulled out pain, hunger, tiredness....everything she just seems really bored after like 5 min of whatever it is she is doing and is ready to move on to the next thing....it is really frustrating me, i cant get a minuites peace....can someone tell me how there baby acted... (8 replies)
... Wow, I am all confused about this fish oil..Let me just tell you why.. When I was pregnant with my daughter, not only did I crave tuna/can w/oil (I ate it almost everyday with pasta) my mother told me to chow down, that the oil could prevent birth defects.. After my daughter was born and she was old enough to eat regular food, I did make her this dish all the time. Plus... (9 replies)

... I noticed that my son was hyperactive as an infant. He wasn't diagnosed until he was 13, only because I didn't pursue it, I just thought he was hyper and didn't know much about ADHD. He's 17 now and refuses any type of treatment but I know as an adult he is going to have problems unless he gets on medicine. (5 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 16, 2004
... lol betsyann thanks again guys ...i dont plan to talk to her doc about any of this....i mean there really is no point, there is nothing they can do i mainly wanted to know for my own knowledge..... thanks again everyone (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 16, 2004
... My 6 year old son who has very classic and severe adhd was also the "calmest easiest baby". I could take him anywhere and everyone would comment on how lucky I was to have such an easy child. He started getting progressively difficult after he learned to walk. By the time he was 4 I was convinced he was adhd. However, the pediatrician told me that he was too young to... (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 16, 2004
... I still wouldn't go by that my son who is 9 and definitly has adhd was the calmest easiest baby, so I wouldn't jump the gun on any of this. (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 16, 2004
... thank you lulu ....she has all of the signs you mentioned! very active before birth shrill crying irritable overactive behavior is unpredictable sleep in short periods don't transition well (prefer rutine) feeding disturbances endless vocalizations (cooing) (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 13, 2004
... Hi Winnie, I'm currently studying ADHD. These are some of the stages we've learned about. 0-3 years:Infancy very active before birth shrill crying irritable overactive behavior is unpredictable sleep in short periods don't transition well (prefer rutine) feeding disturbances (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 12, 2004
... thanks everyone....:) i will put this away for now and just give more attention :) (8 replies)
Infant ADD Signs?
Apr 11, 2004
... I doubt it. I wouldn't goto the doctor about it either. I would only ask a doctor when she is atleast a teen ( 13 ) so then you can get the feel of what's going on. No reason for an un needed diagnoses is she doesn't have it. But other then that... it's probably signs of a normal baby : ) (8 replies)
ADD vs ADHD
Apr 19, 2003
... esteem because there are so many people who refuse to believe that it is a REAL illness with REAL consequences. Most ADD kids will say they are lazy or dumb. Not until recently has my son even wanted to admit that he had a learning disability. Can your son stay on task? ... (12 replies)
... or sexually abused kids usually have all the ADD symptoms. ... (170 replies)
... However, some kids don't mind making waves, and in fact enjoy it. Many kids with the ADD diagnosis are mischievious and manipulative, by their very nature, even if they are depressed. ... (32 replies)
... OH MY! I had a really hard time keeping the laughter under control. Hi All, Pretty new to the board and had not seen this thread. Thanks for bringing it forward! Jenniffer, 14 - AD/HD since the moment of conception! As a baby she was sssooo fussy... we had to use cloth diapers on her, she screamed for hours in disposables. She was 3 mths when I noticed that... (41 replies)
... to, but when I first started getting over my denial stage with my daughter, I took her to her pediatrician, and they were very hesitant about diagnosing her with add or adhd even though she has the same symptoms not paying attention, forgetting things etc. ... (8 replies)
Newsweek Article
Sep 24, 2004
... I got the sense that it's in its infant stages of development, but I thought it was interesting. ... (0 replies)
... thanks for the warm welcome.Right now im on adderall 20mgs 3tid.I tried xr,but the peaks and valies were unbearable.When i first started meds ,i was on ritalin for a while.Im not thrilled to be on these meds,but i feel normal ,finally.I also take seraquel,and trileptal at nite.The past 3yrs have been an awakening.I read my first booki also taught myself to type with a... (3 replies)
... Some interesting information: Here is a collection of articles related to sleep disorders/bedwetting. ------------------------------------------------------ Sleep Well. Do Well. Garfield the Cat knows about sleep! Kids donít. Garfield is the official spokescat of the Star Sleeper Campaign launched in 2001 by the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research (along with... (15 replies)
... Lisa, Your original post, and your follow up to Bob make me think you are probably taking too much adderall. Adderall dosing can be tricky to get it just right. Your slight over reaction to what Bob was saying makes me think you might be taking a bit too much adderall. Getting immediately defensive the way you did suggests that you might be a little out of whack in... (20 replies)




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