For 6 years it was assumed that my daughter had ADD, however none of the meds. ever worked that well. She is now 13 and after some research I think it is a very real possibility that she may have AS. At this point I am hesitant about taking her to a phsychologist because I don't want her to think that I think she is not normal. I don't want her on meds her entire life and I am under the impression that there are no medications available that treat AS as a whole, only ones to help with outlying symptoms, is this true and am I doing her a huge disservice by not having her diagnosed?View Thread
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