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... For those of us with, or who have children with, severe ADHD there is no such thing as "not having problems now". Medication can help, but it doesn't cure the problem. ... (15 replies)
... ks average B's to A's and is well liked. Now I'm not saying he doesn't have his moments and gets stuck on something, and is not your typical teenager and he has severe obsessive compulsive behaviour which is my most concern. However, when he is out he's able to control it. ... (5 replies)
... and she has been diagnosed ADHD, OCD, PTSD, Bi polar and has severe anti social issues. She has been on 8 different meds, she has been taking Ritalin LA for about 8 months now. ... (4 replies)

... Pediatricians are not always the best for diagnosing and treating kids with ADHD and ADD. My son sees a psychiatrist for his. He also has taken two computer based evaluations call TOVA tests. ... (8 replies)
... Your situation sounds severe since you haven't been able to raise the children during important years. But maybe a counselor like index mentioned could do a world of good. ... (3 replies)
... As far as that severe forgetfulness, that definitely seems serious. Anyhoo, hope that helps. ... (4 replies)
... I have VERY SEVERE ADHD actually rain! ADHD is not an excuse to drop out of school!!! ... (10 replies)
... My 5 year old daughter has just been diagnosed with severe ADHD today. We feel there may be more involved but at her age it is difficult to test much less get beyond the attention related issues in testing. ... (5 replies)
... There is NO reason to give stimulant medications to children who have basic ADHD symptoms. The only reason these medications should be used is if a child has SEVERE adhd and other symptoms that complicate or worsen behavior. And even then, all natural treatments should be tried first. ... (28 replies)
Straterra
Aug 14, 2003
... Besides then severe ADHD Joshua also has had a sleep disorder for the last 5 years that this med has resolved for him. ... (54 replies)
... I could not agree more to the fact that ADHD is highly over diagnosed. But it does excist. I have severe ADHD combined type. It affects everything. It is not just about not being able to concentrate or having a hard time at school. ... (170 replies)
Straterra
Mar 18, 2003
... ecause the Adderall XR 30mg made him miserable. He was not able to channel his frustrations in any way but anger! We've put him back on the Concerta 54mg for his ADHD and for the anxiety and what seems to be slight depression, he is taking the Concerta, and at night takes 40 mg of Strattera. ... (68 replies)
... My son is 11 and was diagnosed with ADHD 2.5 years ago. ... (7 replies)
ADHD frustration
Nov 16, 2011
... ress increases headaches so do many foods. I learned with my sons that there were many foods that I just couldn't feed them due to thier ADD. I am also a 32 year severe migraine sufferer. It wasn't until 2 years ago when I changed Neurologists that I learned that foods also cause headaches. I found a list on WebMD for that. ... (24 replies)
About the WAIS-IV
Mar 23, 2011
... performance gap is most commonly a sign of severe ADHD. I have it, my disastrous ex had it, and apparently you do, too. ... (74 replies)
... I am new to the site and seeking advice, support and answers. I am a mother of an ADHD 9 year old daughter that has been diognosed for 2 years now. The meds we have tried are beyond my memory capacity. ... (9 replies)
... (addressed to last 2 posts, my mouse is too cranky to quote partial replies properly.) I think you're both right. Bob, you're approaching a fundamental problem with entire health care systems: New technology makes health care more expensive. A couple generations ago, advanced cancer meant a few months of morphine and nursing care. Now we can (sometimes) fix it, for a... (51 replies)
... is something that makes it a little difficult in school as a child, then congratulations, you apparently do not have this disorder. Lucky you. I, however, am a severe and textbook case. I am an adult with two children under the age of three and it is VITAL for the sake of my children that I get on medication. ... (15 replies)
... What bothers me is that we are STILL having to defend ADD as a disorder! Back in 1991, a U.S. Department of Education memorandum very explicitly included ADD and ADHD as disorders that may qualify an individual for Special Education services (if the disorder is severe enough to significantly impair an individual's school performance) under IDEA {Individuals with... (36 replies)
... oms are also common in bipolarity. There are now 6 classifications for bipolar disorder...including "soft bipolar" which, as the name indicates, isn't nearly as severe as what we think of as a classic manic depression. ... (9 replies)




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