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... First I want to say that most of the time a child with ODD also has ADHD...they are comorbid which means they go together/coexhist. Then I will tell you that for a time my son who has severe ADHD (and most likely ODD but hasn't been officially dignosed yet) took Clonidine at night to help him sleep. That was all he took it for. (3 replies)
... You seem very informed and experienced with ADHD and I was hoping you wouldn't mind me asking you for some advice for my son. He has severe ADHD and has also been diagnosed with ODD. ... (6 replies)
My Son
Sep 21, 2005
... As the mother of a child with severe ADHD, my heart goes out to you, too, Coffeegirl. I know firsthand the pain of having your child ostracised by other kids. ... (2 replies)

... I'm a 27 year old woman with severe adhd. ... (33 replies)
... being very severe ADHD behavior. The only thing I am suffering from is excessive daytime sleepiness which might be because I have mild sleep apnea. ... (2 replies)
... I would suggest Strattera but it's even worse than the stimulants I'm sure. I've read some pretty bad stuff about Strattera lately. It can cause severe stomach problems. The FDA pushed it out too fast just so there could be an alternative to the stimulants since the stimulants can be easily misused and abused. ... (4 replies)
Toddler with ADHD?
Mar 31, 2004
... know the child and you would not even have posted on this board if you thought it was typical terrible twos. The difference between the twos tantrum and a more severe problem is the intensity and frequency of incidents. ... (19 replies)
Toddler with ADHD?
Mar 31, 2004
... etc. Another example was this one kid with a disability called Angelman Syndrome, characterized by inability to speak, but good comprehension, hyperactivity, and severe developmental delay, was regularly rooting through the kitchen for food. ... (19 replies)
... I was on medication when I was younger but now I use supplements along with behavior modification, meditation etc etc. My favorite supplement is beCalmd, its expensive though, so since you have issues with money that probably isnt the supplement for you :rolleyes: I was taking beCalmd and it was more effective than any medication I had taken for my ADHD. (diagnosed with... (2 replies)
... ive after school as that is what his body likes which once again makes him in a better mood. He still has some irritability and mood swings at times, but not as severe and he seems to get control pretty quick. However I think some of that is just normal for some boys. ... (8 replies)
... Does anyone else use exercise as a (supplemental) form of therapy? If so, what are your experiences? I have been exercising since my teenage years (jogging since age 12 or so) and I am quite sure that I would have had more severe problems, especially with depression (since I didn't know about adhd at the time and how to specifically tailor my exercises to potentially... (10 replies)
ADHD Question
Dec 9, 2003
... Get him off the meds Don't believe your doctor knows what's best. If he can't function in a school environment...Homeschool. Children put their unconditional trust in us as parents, to do them no harm. How are we honoring that trust when we subject them to harmful addictive drugs at this early stage of their development? (2 replies)
ADHD Question
Dec 9, 2003
... My Son is five years old and was diagnosed with ADHD 6 months ago. He is now taking Adderall XR. ... (2 replies)
... I can SOOOO relate to this thread. I have a 14 year old high school freshman with severe ADHD. ... (26 replies)
... I have children...4 boys. the first was diagnosed at age 6 with severe ADHD. He was treated with Ritalin and counseling. ... (31 replies)
Straterra
Aug 20, 2003
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Straterra
Aug 20, 2003
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... y treatment for it. I am questioning the diagnosis, wondering if it could be that he was evaluated just after being taken off Strattera, which caused him to have severe behavior problems which have disappeared now that he is on Ritilan. ... (1 replies)
... hought proccess expecially in such large doses. Second off, you were taking much to high a dose! I wouldn't recommend taking that much to anyone even if they had severe ADHD. Only in rare cases do doctors ever prescribe of 30 milligrams of adderall per day. ... (1 replies)
Organized
Oct 5, 2010
... I have very severe add and love to organize. ... (7 replies)




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