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... to go back and finish my degree program in College. In preparation for this, I decided to seek out treatment for previously diagnosed ADHD in order to succeed in my classes this time around. ... (4 replies)
... Every medicine causes some kind of problem sooner or later. Some worse than others. As for liver damage with Ritalin, it's not common. However, there is this one ADD/ADHD med that can cause severe liver damage (forgot the name), in fact, the med causes so much damage that they have to do blood tests every few weeks. If only I can remember the name of the med. Are you on... (149 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. ... (5 replies)

... Strattera works well for a very small percentage of ADHD sufferers. ... (3 replies)
... ing pathological basis of any of the related "disorders", but alot more apparently "known" about the manifestations, or symptoms, which especially in the case of ADHD and BiPolar are or can be significantly "overlapping". That is, the same symptoms appear in cases which eventually get diagnosed as one, the other, or both. ... (14 replies)
... I have two daughters one 5 and one 7, my five year old is on ritalin, luvox and focalin she has a severe case of adhd and ocd. My seven year old is on strattera for adhd. I had the same concerns when I started my youngest one on Ritilan when she was 4. ... (149 replies)
... I am sure most parents who used ADHD drugs on their children do not do so to make things easiert for themselves, but to help the CHILD get the best out of life. ... (11 replies)
Please help
Dec 9, 2003
... Children with ADHD are not known for purposely destroying property like you describe. ... (7 replies)
... Plenty of children with ADHD need IEP's. Some people have ADHD that is very severe and interferes with learning and even daily living tasks. ... (40 replies)
... When we first took my daughter to a psychiatrist for a ADHD evaluation, he "diagnosed" her in 15 minutes. We didn't buy it, and we went outside the insurance network to get an independent evaluation. ... (16 replies)
... g at home. Her dad would always say, "I knew you guys would be back in 2 minutes." So, yeah...I would say I have the same problem as you. I was diagnosed with ADHD at 42 and my pdoc put me on Vyvanse and reached 70 mg during treatment. It was the extended release pill and it changed my life. ... (7 replies)
I'm new. :-/
Jun 4, 2012
... I agree with what the person said previously. Being diagnosed with ADHD is a difficult thing to handle. But it is definitely better then leaving it unnoticed. ... (2 replies)
... As an aside, I've beend diagnosed with a severe dopamine shortage, at the end of the day I'm not sure what my issue is. I just know no med has really helped me greatly. ... (10 replies)
... may well be responsible for your impression that your learning and focus issues, confusion and even anxiety are getting worse. Because depression can make your ADHD more severe, it's important to identify and treat any depressive issues in order to identify which symptoms are ADHD and which are not. ... (7 replies)
... ems. This time grades were just as bad as before he got on meds, he was just a depressed little guy that had headaches all the time. So my H and I took him to an adhd specialist physiatrist, we sat in a room for 2 hrs in interview with my son also. ... (7 replies)
... Diabetes really is on the rise, but most researchers agree that's a direct result of childhood obesity, which has to do with severe overabundance of bad food, lack of good food, lack of opportunity for exercise, and lack of sleep all coming down on children, and on poor children the hardest. ... (17 replies)
... Definitely. Look to my post linking sleep disorders and ADD/ADHD. My son 4 has severe sleep apnea, but the pediatrician tried to ear mark him as ADD/ADHD and medicate him versus find the cause first. It took personal research and evaluation to determine that the ADD/ADHD symptoms were due to sleep deprivation not the actual condition ADD/ADHD. Now my son sleeps on his CPAP... (2 replies)
Provigil for ADD?
May 15, 2006
... I don't have that rollercoaster syndrome that used to happen when I took just ADHD meds. ... (7 replies)
Being informed
Sep 8, 2005
... Sorry if I'm doing this wrong, this is my 1st time. I do not in any way agree with mandatory testing or drugging of anyone in this matter. But I do have to respond to the comment that was made "ADD is not like other proven diseases that threaten life or death; one cannot die simply by having ADD so I see no reason for it to be put in the catagory of endangering a child by... (22 replies)
... to get in trouble for not sitting still. God did not make little boys to sit still. Granted, ADHD can cause some serious academic and social problems. Medication works wonders for some families, and for some it doesn't seem to help as much. ... (9 replies)

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