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ADD & safe mediciations if one has eye condition
My wife is 53 and we both feel she is ADD and a history exist in her family. She is checked every 6 months...More
Posted by An_255444
6yrs old ADHD
I need information about ADHD for children. My son was just Diagnosis need information on how to help...More
Posted by stephaniekent06
Facebook group!
I have started a new group on FB. Anyone is welcome to join. It is called ADHD/ADD Awareness and Support....More
Posted by lrafferty
ADHD and pregnacy
I have been suffering from ADHD since the age of10. Behavioral therapy and the right medication and dose...More
Posted by amylynmcgill82
Inattentive ADD and depression
I take Vyvanse 50 mg daily for my ADD- inattentive type disorder, but with a work injury that has kept me...More
Posted by normajean8860
ADHD parent and raising ADHD son (13 yrs. old)
hello everyone, I am new to this community. I am a 53 yr. old man diagnosed with ADHD. My spouse is not. My...More
Posted by mrmacmuddy
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med Strattera
can anyone help me with info on this med (Strattera)? My 13yo sons doctors are contemplating putting him on...More
Posted by sissiegrl
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Undiagnosed ADD
I have noticed issues with 95% of the symptoms that were described here on the website. My 8 year old...More
Posted by indianawmn7798
Looking for a Lawyer to help an ADHD kid
My step-son has ADHD and we spent over 10 years doing ARDS to review his progress and anger issues. At 16 my...More
Posted by rasco9
i need help
I am 52 years old here I was born with add/hd now called adhd I have every symptom there is. life for...More
Posted by headabovewater52
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Is there something wrong with my brain?
My parents and friends could potentially see this, so I've written the apology right at the top. I'm sorry...More
Posted by rookfive
Inflammatory Glaucoma
Hi My wife had been diagnosed with inflammatory glaucoma with high intra ocular pressure. She went through...More
Posted by An_255132
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my ex-wife keeps messing with my sons dosage of his adhd medicine dextroamphetamine is that safe? She on...More
Posted by proud_daddy
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Pediatrician will not diagnose ADHD/ADD
My son is 7 years old and we have always noticed that he's extremely hyperactive. I took him to see the...More
Posted by szehlius
Communication is the Key to Good Health
abookercare posted: Though medicines prescribed for patients challenged with Adhd are helpful in...More
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Posted by abookercare
Six year old stealing mom's underwear
My six year old son has been stealing my underwear from the clean laundry even after being caught and...More
Posted by wifeandwife
Looking for other treatment of ADHD for my 9 yr. o...
My 9yr. old son was diagnosed by his pediatrician with ADHD a few months ago. She received feedback from his...More
Posted by naa22
Tips for Parenting a Child With ADHD
This presentation is spot on, it describes everything I experience with my daughter. One of the...More
Posted by Sunshine4511
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New to this- unsure what to do.
My 8 year old has been diagnosed with ADHD and after going to therapy they have suggested he goes on medication....More
Posted by cmuse
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6yr old underwear bandit
We have recently discovered that our six year old has been stealing both our clean panties and bras....More
Posted by An_254669

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