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... I'm a twenty one year old male who has had motor tics since childhood. Around the age of fourteen, I was diagnosed with moderate OCD via the Yale Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale. I took Zoloft for a while, but once I started to feel that it might be working, I stopped taking it. ... (1 replies)
... low brain chemicals that are symptoms of that disease and almost everyone with it has had some history of drugs, either legal or illegal, or even alcohol and cigarettes since both effect brain chemistry too. ... (13 replies)
... I'm new to this web site. After reading your posts, it hit me that what has beleaguered me for the past 20 years might be a combination of OCD and ADD. ... (1 replies)

... The 'overlapping' symptoms are a result from different areas of the brain not working correctly. It's a domino effect. All areas of the brain 'work together', so when one area of the brain doesn't work correctly, another area that relies on the previous area doesn't work correctly and so on. ... (14 replies)
... book examples of each. In addition to Adderall, I'm taking other medications, both to deal with my other problems, as well as to counteract the side effects. ... (13 replies)
... What you're stating is not normal and from the symptoms you've described sound absolutely like a classic case of AD/HD. What's good is you actually have OCD. I know that sounds bizarre, however some OCD (as long as it isn't too severe and completely impairing) is good for someone who has AD/HD. One thing you don't want to "buy into", is the "I don't believe in psychology"... (7 replies)
... uptake bothers me too, from what I've learned about it. Reuptake interfers with what is normal metabolism of these chemicals...I'm also referring to AD's and serotonin too. This can cause adverse effects and wear out the receptors, so to speak, over time. ... (149 replies)
... have spanned the spectrum and many are both symptoms and results of ADHD. ... (4 replies)




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