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... Trying medication first is not a wise choice. First of, many of the kids diagnosed with ADHD don't even have it. ... (11 replies)
... in children the age of yours, causes severe long term sleep deprivation. The symptoms of the sleep deprivation mirror those of ADHD but have other key indicators as well... but ADHD treatments would not effect or cure them.. oftimes the medications make the symptoms worse. ... (4 replies)
... ons is nothing to be afraid is better to try that and hopefully it works rather than your son suffering from me!! my depression was so severe and tried suicide a few times... ... (5 replies)

... he lost his sparkle. He also gained alot of weight on it. His first adhd med. was wellbutrin. It actually did help his attention but it caused severe agitation. Now he is on Strattera. It is a wonderful medicine for him. ... (12 replies)
... Conduct disorder. At one point doctors have suggested that I may be bipolar, but upon further investigation it was assumed that it was just severe ADHD symptoms. ... (17 replies)
... ad the whole post and thought about it. The thing is, B's and C's arent bad. Many NORMAL kids get C's thats why its "average" If your son only does not have very severe adhd or learning disabilities along with it then does he really need accomodations? ... (31 replies)
... severe adhd and add. ... (10 replies)
... His family live interstate and are of no help. In fact his mothers' first response when he told her he has ADHD and has had it from childhood said "are you saying that's my fault". ... (1 replies)
... I advocate medication when medication is a necessary part of the overall strategy used to control ADHD symptoms. Certainly good diet, exercise and sufficient sleep must be in place first. Then, if necessary, medication may be added to the mix. ... (9 replies)
My ADHD type
Jun 27, 2009
... My ADHD is similar to your own in a lot of ways, Bob. 'Mental chaos' seems an apt description of what I suffer pretty much every day. ... (11 replies)
Mar 23, 2008
... I'll assume that your husband has been diagnosed ADHD by a qualified health care professional. If so, the burden falls on him to get and work at the help readily available. ... (1 replies)
Severe Tics!
Mar 4, 2015
... weekly tutoring at Sylvan because they did not have any tutoring that dealt specifically with students who have ADHD. My nephew made his own choice not to take ADHD meds. There was nothing the school could do about his choice not to take them. In my previous profession I was able to sit in on several IEP meetings. ... (1 replies)
... adhd is a chemical imbalance in the brain and evan body also sometimes affects how things work are absorbed etc like i can take doses that would knock a horse out and still walk and take sleeping pills but they kick in the next day no addiction etc the food the water the pop all throw it off more evan simple tap water has chemicals i eat my diabetic wife's cooking and lots... (6 replies)
... I have a 12 year old that has been showing ADHD tendencies for many years. His father has been diagnosed with severe ADHD and I know it runs in families. I have been watching my son for signs that he needs medical intervention. I've been working with him on behavior modification. ... (5 replies)
... impulse control issues, a short fuse can be a symptom of ADHD. However, it sounds like it's unlikely that ADHD is alone responsible for your son's behaviour. ... (11 replies)
... rd different antidepressant because the first 2 didn't work for me. Here's my question. My psychiatrist and I recently discovered that I have ADHD. It's not severe and I don't work so it's not affecting job performance or anything like that. ... (13 replies)
ADHD 2-yr. old boy
Aug 26, 2004
... I guess they thought it would be appropriate!!!! No, I'm not joking either. He actually WAS diagnosed as ADHD when he was 3. ... (12 replies)
... topic, but for anyone who is interested, I wanted to post a quick summary of an article called Not All Children Created Equal in ADHD Treatment, by Christine Lehmann. I don't think I'm allowed to link to it, so here's a quick summary. ... (2 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. ... (8 replies)
... I think he hasn't responded to the supplements I've chosen is because they are all natural and maybe help less severe cases of ADHD or older children who are in different phases. ... (4 replies)

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