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504/IEP
Mar 15, 2011
... accusing you even indirectly of being the smoking guy should be shot through the frontal lobe with the gun. Said accusers will discover the biological nature of ADHD in a heck of a hurry. Congress woman Gabrielle Giffords will not recover fully. She will have ADHD symptoms, most likely severe, from the injury. ... (27 replies)
... I am an endorser of medications when medications are needed. Your shrink thinks an ADHD med is necessary. Her opinion put me in the "endorser" bucket. ... (8 replies)
... About 30 percent of young people with ADHD aren't diagnosed until middle school or later, says Quinn. These students are very bright, she says. ... (1 replies)

... polar. I think sometimes it's easier for doctors to blame an unknown, or supposedly hidden previous condition than say the drug is to blame or can cause severe side effects. ... (10 replies)
Over focus
Sep 17, 2003
... If your son has ADHD then he would also have the regular ADHD problems combined with overfocus problems. If he ONLY has problems with overfocus then he probably doesnt realy have ADD. Doctors diagnose so many things as ADD. ... (1 replies)
... Unfortunately, there's no hard and fast answer to this question. Just as some suffer more severe and slightly different ADHD symptoms, different people will react differently to each medication. For some, stimulants are the answer, for others, they are not. ... (1 replies)
... t physical symptoms that can be quite severe, from autism to parkinsons...ever see an ADDer shake uncontrollably, lose conciousness, not be able to speak or have severe coordination problems? ... (47 replies)
... If he is so severe then how is it that he's earning B's and C's with no accomodations? ... (31 replies)
... Exactly. There is such a thing as ADD, but it's not a biological proven "disease" like diabetes and therefore should not treated with drugs, especially ones that can cause health problems. You are right, your daughter's health was probably effected by the amphetamines....good for you to have decided to get her off them. Your methods sound like they are working and have worked... (47 replies)
... Ok, I am a parent who has taken my daughter off of ADHD medication for very good reasons. I am tired of people saying that there is NO ADD or ADHD. There IS. ... (47 replies)
... A good ADHD med in itself. ... (8 replies)
... My son is OCD with severe sleep apnea.. ... (3 replies)
... mulation of Adderall is rather extreme, and the roller coaster effects you will receive are likewise extreme. The Adderall 'crash' is a well known phenomenon in ADHD circles. ... (2 replies)
... experience withdrawals so severe they end up in the hospital or on Effexor for life. Some have died. The withdrawal death rate is significantly over other medications used for similar reasons. ... (2 replies)
... just took my adderall! Anyway, I think everyone has answered most of your questions so the only thing I can contribute is my own experience. I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year ago. I have been on 4 different meds....concerta, adderall, ritalin, and focalin. ... (37 replies)
Ritalin
Jun 3, 2009
... I agree that you're displaying classic ADHD traits such as poor judgement, impatience, impulsiveness and predisposition to addiction. ... (4 replies)
... I would recommend seeing a psychiatrist or psychologist the specializes in treatment of adults with ADHD and undergoing the tests. ... (1 replies)
... t I not as smart as the next guy. I broke my rule in your case because you need a reality check. Your perceived lack of accomplishment the first 25 is because of ADHD NOT because of lack of effort and certainly NOT because of lack of potential. You didn't mention another factor so I'll do it for you. ... (28 replies)
... Alright, so i just moved away to college a little over a month ago and have been having some psychological issues since i got here. to give you some background on me, i've thought that i have some sort of issue(s) for quite awhile now, because i had an eating disorder in 7th grade, and from then on i never really felt quite like myself. although i was diagnosed with anorexia,... (0 replies)
... I'm already at nearly double the recommended dose for adults. I tried cutting back to 30 mgs and it was not sufficient, still felt the ADHD patterns, the nervousness and clutter and general inarticulateness, getting my thoughts and words tripped up with each other, etc. ... (3 replies)




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