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... ated to my chronic pain. I went to this psychiatrist and I told him I was depressed because I could not participate in my family life anymore and we were having severe financial problems because I can no longer work. All I do is sit in my recliner all day. ... (27 replies)
... The doctor was unable to do the assessment because he said my grandson had no concentration whatsoever nor could he sit still to do much (he was just increased to 20 mg. of Ritilan in the morning (and had it for the test) and again at noon! He told us the med is not working for him or is not the one for him. Since he would not even try some of the things or would only do... (7 replies)
... Actually the amount supplements help has little to do with the severity of a persons ADD. I was diagnosed with SEVERE ADHD and supplements have been more helpful to me than medications! ... (18 replies)

... As a special educator, I have worked with students moderate to severe disablities. I have experience with working with students who have ADD and Autism. ... (17 replies)
... Thank you, CarrieLynn...good info! Christine (12 replies)
... I just now saw your message. Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback, only instead of attaching the electrodes to muscles to gauge tension, they attach the electrodes to your head. There are various companies that provide hardware/software for this... basically the therapist monitors the different brain wave patterns (alpha, beta, theta, etc.) and programs the computer to... (12 replies)
... When I was younger I was on many medications for SEVERE ADHD and ODD. ... (8 replies)
... My 8 yr old daughter has been on either Concerta or AdderallXR for 2 years now for severe ADHD. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! Well I have also wondered about this idea... My son's birth was normal in and of itself, however I did have Demerol. ...After birth they discovered he had low platlets (clot blood, heal wounds, etc) and was to be treated like glass. The delivery caused a web of little bruises around his torso, not sure what trauma his head may have undergone. He ended up requiring a... (32 replies)
... My daughter has severe ADHD. My family has had SPECT scans which show the biological nature of our difficulties. My daughter's symptoms responded beautifully to the ritalin. ... (16 replies)
... I don't want to be rude to mickimack and I don't say this to offend you or insult your opinion, but as an adult who has fairly severe adhd and was undiagnosed until age 21 I can honestly say that your research and concepts are missing the fundamental point in some ways. ... (170 replies)
... Hi everyone - this is my first time posting here. I have a 14 yr old boy who has had difficulties since preschool. He was born almost 2 months early so any delays in the beginning were attributed to that. In first grade the hyperactivity became apparent and he was sent for an evaluation which came back "severe ADHD". He was moved out of mainstream class and put on Ritalin... (5 replies)
... My husband was recently diagnosed with moderate to severe ADHD. His doctor just put him on Wellbutrin, 1 in the morning and after a week he's supposed to increase the dose to 1 tablet in the AM and 1 in the PM. ... (5 replies)
ADHD or Bipolar
Apr 3, 2002
... ad time to work. We were in the process of weaning him off of the Zoloft when he seemed to get worse real fast. He was admitted into the hospital last week for severe depression with psychosis! They immediately discontinued the Zoloft and gave him Risperdal. ... (5 replies)
504/IEP
Mar 16, 2011
... I too would worry myself sick over ADHD medications being given to a child. ... (27 replies)
... This is the term referring to those of us who have 3 or more of the ADD subtypes. Common symptoms include severe oppositional behavior, distractibility, irritability, extreme mood swings, and temper problems. ... (13 replies)
... Im not sure if its now the law for kids with ADHD to be allowed to have IEPs. ... (7 replies)
... I think you're far more normal than you realize. None of your symptoms would indicate to me that you have anything more severe than ADHD, perhaps with comorbid depression, or a compulsive or anxiety disorder. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all. I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year ago. I'm a 44 year old woman. I started with Adderall instant release and found I was only able to take 2. ... (0 replies)
A.d.h.d
Dec 21, 2001
... There's a significant problem with innacurate ADHD diagnosis and inappropriate prescription treatment in this country for ADHD. ... (5 replies)


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