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... What Kind of Doctor Tests for Add (3 replies)
... You are asking an intelligent question and the decision you make will largely determine the outcome of therapy. ... (3 replies)
... A neuropsych, a child psycologist, to test, a child psychiatrist for meds, psychopham, Come out and help me out people. ... (3 replies)

... that tested me for a battery of different things. After I recieved my assessment, then I went to the proper Dr. with my results. ... (3 replies)
... am sure that he has adult add. I first suspected this after attending a seminar on children with add. He has all the classic symptoms, and I have given him the tests that I have found on the internet. He always scores a very high percentage. ... (3 replies)
Is this ADD?
May 5, 2001
... old daughter's teacher has decided she has ADD. I do agree that she is having some kind of problem focusing but do not know all of the symptoms or much of anything at all about ADD. I have been reading a lot on the internet since we have been told of this. ... (4 replies)
... The tests vary from doctor to doctor. The first test a good doctor performs is observation. Prescribed tests are based on their observations of you. ... (4 replies)
... A bunch of random thoughts for you. ... (4 replies)
... al student. When I sought a diagnosis last spring, my mother was in shock. "You've always had excellent grades," she said, as if grades are the only indication of ADD. To her credit, I was always at or near the top of my class. ... (23 replies)
ADD and College
Nov 27, 2003
... for my undergrad degree. I was failing tests and could not take notes and pay attention at the same time. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks a lot for that feed. I think depression is different at different ages. My depression is related to failure and mistakes and unable to do anything productive. ... (6 replies)
... stresses towards his own life. Case in point, my husband. His father was a strict beyond strict, and was the master of the house. ... (27 replies)
... Thank all of you for your support. It means alot to know I am not alone in this. We are struggling so much right now. I think my husband blames me for my son acting like this. He says, he's just spoiled. My husband knows better than this. My children are loved not spoiled. ... (27 replies)
... I am going to be making an appointment to see my doctor about ADD. All my life I have thought of it as a possibility but always thought it was a disorder for hyper kids. I took a self evaluation quiz online last night and scored through the roof on it. I am 27 years old, for the record. ... (14 replies)
... I forgot to say that her dad has been out of her life since she was 3 and she is now 15. My husband now, has raised her since she was 3. We have been married for 11 years and he is the total opposite of her dad. He doesn't drink, smoke, drug or anything bad. The only things he does is work, fish and hunt, lol. ... (29 replies)
... The situation with your son is exactly what I fear is happening way to often to our children and has happened to my daughter. ... (11 replies)
... painfully obvious that my body just didn't want to deal with gluten anymore. I call it gluten intolerance rather than celiac, because I had stopped eating gluten for several months by the time I found a doctor who would give me the tests, and by that time any evidence that I might have had celiac was cleared from my body. ... (16 replies)
... Anger, aggressiveness, and mood swings are stimulant side effects. My nephew had to get off Adderall for mood swings. He no longer has mood swings since he's been off it, so it's a sure thing that is what caused it. ... (19 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. ... (149 replies)
Mother in Denial
Jun 3, 2002
... You mentioned you had your son tested via a form the teachers filled out. I do hope that he was tested at a competent center that does ADD testing. I would never put my child on medication without concrete testing and the results in black and white given to me by a professional. ... (5 replies)

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