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... Quite frankly, I am apalled that they basically lied (aka hid the truth) about the possibility of the tics being permenant. Possible side effects should be presented more honestly up front, even if not every person gets them, then the parent at least knows the score and can determine if indeed the need outweighs the risks. You can't do that if you are told by a trusted... (8 replies)
... My 10 year old son has been on Concerta for a little over a year now and all at once developed bad tics. He says it feels like the muscles in his lower back start to tense up and then he shakes all over. Its not a small quiver its gets bad sometimes. ... (8 replies)
... I'm going to try to be a brief as possible. ... (1 replies)

... I'm glad to know you're so self aware. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I need some input. I am a 21 year old college senior, and last year I went to see one of my school's psychiatrist because I was having trouble focusing on my school work. ... (3 replies)
... laidback. I totally know what you mean about reading!!! I can't read either without getting distracted and thinking of other things. It is very very hard for me to read schoolwork and stuff especially. I have found that I can barely do that. we have lots in common! ... (15 replies)
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Jun 13, 2003
... m new to the forum. I have been reading a lot of posting in reference to ADHD. Let me start by saying I have a son 10 who was diagnosed with adhd when he was 7. ... (6 replies)
... I have inattentive ADD, no H, and I take adderall and it works great for me. I've been on it for about 15 years. I take 20 mgs, twice a day to start off with. ... (2 replies)
... ed with ADD just over a month ago, however I have known it has been part of my life since second grade. I just always did really well in school, so saw no reason to medicate. Recently though, now that I am a college freshman, I have been having more problems staying focussed and getting my work done. ... (2 replies)
... hesky2. Sorry this is sooo long, but thank you so much for the support! You have no idea how much I appreciate someone who is supportive! I can definitely relate to how you feel with your son. My son's report card said pretty much the same thing but he is only in grade 1. ... (20 replies)
... How long does it take the Abilify to start working as it should? ... (18 replies)
... being, along with a strong sense of motivation. I find that this effect is often interpreted as the way the med is supposed to work, when indeed it is temporary. ... (4 replies)
... Abilify works right away.Remember he is still a teenager.And also bipolar has to do with concentrating to.They said he isnt but look up the signs. ... (18 replies)
... Well I'm glad you at least got diagnosed, I believe it a huge chunk of the battle because finally you start to realise you're just not a loser, or unorganised or lazy as I was constantly called in my school reports. ... (7 replies)
... This is all very new to me and I'm still searching for some unanswered questions. ... (14 replies)
Mar 7, 2003
... Hello everyone! I'm new to the board, so please pardon me. ... (50 replies)
Feb 17, 2003
... My son is 7 years old, and has ADHD. We have only tried Concerta. At first, Concerta was the answer to our prayers. Brandon went from barely being able to recognize the alphabet, to being able to read sight words in 3 weeks. Over time we have slowly increased the dose. ... (152 replies)
... This is the first that I have posted to this board. I found it while researching issues on epilepsy. We deal with 2 major neurological disorders in our home. ADD and Epilepsy! ... (28 replies)
... I wrote out the following in Notepad before I read your latest. After my read of your latest, I encourage you to carefully consider what I've written. Why? ... (9 replies)
... t there was something not right. He would bang his head on things, bite himself on the arms and worst of all was his temper tantrums. He was physically abusive to himself and others. I had trouble finding a daycare who could handle him with out kicking him out. ... (29 replies)

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