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... Can someone tell me what the symptoms of ADD or ADHD are? ... (9 replies)
... Add is very hereditary. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, it is hereditary. I have it, both my parents have it, both my children have it, and I think at least 2 of my grandparents had it, although they were never diagnosed. ... (9 replies)

... he does it would be so mild that it probably doesn't cause major problems so I wouldn't worry about it. I am from an adoptive family, so I don't know whether it is hereditary or not. ... (9 replies)
... e had ADD. I guess that happens a lot to school aged kids. Sense I wasn't there I have no way of really knowing if it was allergies or another problem. I feel it is a reasonability to know what could possible be passed on to my children. ... (9 replies)
... I also think I might have some form of OCD and an anxiety disorder...and who knows what else is festering inside this brain of mine. I've had so many problems over the years and wish that there'd be an answer... ... (9 replies)
... coffee and I have ADD. My doctor told me not to drink coffee while I was pregnant.I have one child with ADHD and one child with no symptoms of ADHD. I think ADHD is a hereditary thing. It would make an interesting study. ... (3 replies)
... No, it doesn't have to be hereditary. It is quite possible for you to have ADD even if no-one else in your family has it. (8 replies)
... Comeonnow how does one get diagnosed? Is there a blood test? Or some other test? (9 replies)
... gest brother had it. I have it and so do 2 of the three kids I have. Son takes Concerta but only during the school year, my daughter has never been on meds and is a senior and does well in school. ... (9 replies)
... It is very unlikely your boy friend ever had ADHD. ... (9 replies)
... He is a middle child. ... (0 replies)
... hyper..just have an attention problem. I was against medication at first until I saw the immediate difference in my son as far as his school work. So..medication is necessary for some children. Not all. He is not hyper and is a very well behaved child..always has been. ... (170 replies)
... adhd unless it is causing a major problem in school or if it is hereditary. in my case it was both. her school was affected and it was also hereditary. ... (6 replies)
... My 16yo daughter was seeing a counselor for unrelated issues and was diagnosed with ADD recently. ... (6 replies)
... even though there are times I do see ADHD in my son. He is 9 and my daughter is 10. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I think this is where I came in and wasn't sure if I wanted on this board or not. The first thing I learned in a pschology class is "never tell someone you know how they feel!" Well, the same applies here. ... (170 replies)
... o and have been in counseling for 6 months. I finally took my therapists advise and went to a psychiatrist. He prescribed me Adderall. I have the generic which is called Amphetamine Salts 20 mg. ... (37 replies)
... polar disorder. It is also hereditary. ... (3 replies)
... t you know what, neither have I. I really enjoyed writing stories for a while, but I also liked to draw, but I'm no where as creative as my nephew. I'm sure Jake is super talented at a bunch of things, but maybe he just hasn't been introduced to whatever it is yet. ... (9 replies)

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