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459210 tn?1237385203 there are also some really good ADD/ADHD sites that have a checklist of common symptoms, I could not beleive it, I ticked every box. the interesting thing is that ADD is genetic and if you have it one of your parents do.
Avatar n tn Two other ideas. One is that with her intelligence she gets bored fairly quickly and the words in her head is simply the way she is dealing with the boredom. And she may get so involved in daydreaming or finds the work so boring that she just isn't finishing it. If she is reading on the 5th grade level, there is no way that, "words bother her and call her stupid." But she may be missing out on the instructions? The other is, of course, the possibility of ADD.
Avatar n tn The last one I did a few years back, they said I couldn't get up to what they wanted me to do, so I can't really imagine doing it any better now? I would have thought the tests I have had already should be enough!!!!
Avatar n tn When you breathe in this shallow manner, you get all the air you need to live, but you can also get other symptoms which add to your panic. You get chest pain or heaviness, because you've tightened the muscles of your chest to an uncomfortable degree. (The chest pain people feel in a panic attack isn't from the heart, it's from the muscles of the chest). You feel lightheaded or dizzy, because shallow breathing can produce the same sensations as hyperventilation.
1063463 tn?1302278219 The symptoms you stated suggests me to a different diagnosis.It seems to me that you may have a problem with your thyroid gland may be hyperthyroidism.Its better you take up the Thyroid Function Test which will rule out this.More information should be provided such as your weight,appetite,periods.Get me updated with more information soon after you take up a general examination and required lab tests.
Avatar m tn Hello everyone, I am am currently undergoing diagnostic testing and I am wondering if I should ask if the psychiatrist should also check for ADD, or ADHD even. I'll tell you a why in a bit. At the moment I have done some tests that suggest that I have Asperger's, but the clinical psychologist advised that I should consult a psychiatrist for further evaluation.
Avatar m tn I spoke to a mentor about this issue and he doesnt take it seriously, he tells me that these are not unusual symptoms. I have made severall ADD tests online, the result was that there is a high possibility that I have ADD. Now my question to you is , are this symptoms of me having ADD, and if yes what should I do ? Should I take this serious ??
Avatar f tn Ya, its a pretty good chance you have ADD. Here is a great site that lists the symptoms for ADD. You might want to see how you compare. The site is - Its worth finding out if you do have ADD for several reasons. The main one being that even though you have been coping fairly well, you really haven't hit the really hard educational stuff. You must have pretty good intelligence.
1453183 tn?1287852619 I appreciate you taking a look at the study, but the problem is that they haven't tested the long term effects on the mental health of children with ADD / ADHD. And the tests done so far were done on rats not children, so your comment "The depressive effects were seen when normal kids were exposed to stimulants" is incorrect. How do we know that giving a child with ADD / ADHD ritalin will not cause them to be depressed over time?
1469227 tn?1293114480 all of us here are in the same boat, our mind is playing tricks on us, the day you read about a symptom you have it, its all the stress and anxiety we r going through that is causing the trouble
Avatar n tn I went through the various tests for Cushing's as I had numerous symptoms from buffalo hump to moon face but I my symptoms were due to severe insulin resistance/hypothyroidism. This is the website I checked out when I thought I had Cyclical Cushings: Cushing's with Moxie: Fighting The Worst Disease You've Never Heard Of.
Avatar f tn We went over my presistent back pain, my cronic stomach and intestinal issues as well as the most resent symptoms and some of my old ones. She seemed to truly be concerned and ordered blood tests to rule out: Mono, Lyme, Thyroid, Celiac and Lupus. OMG!!! I'm a bit concerned. Mono? Really? Ok...well that's out of the blue and my symptoms don't really fit. but then again, they don't fit for any of those really. Not really. So, here I am awaiting results that should be in today.
Avatar f tn If you look up the top 16 symptoms, I could easily check off 15 of them. Add in the memory loss, thinning eyebrows, tingling fingers, losing interest in daily interests, etc. The list seems endless. I do also have PCOS, so some symptoms can point to that as well, such as thinning hair (which I'm proud to say a biotin supplement has helped restore). Anyway, I recently had some tests done. Results were as follows...with normal range in parentheses. TSH - 1.64 (.35-5) T4 Free- 1.0 (.7-1.
Avatar n tn Although it is true that rare patients--even fewer than 5%--don't develop measurable antibodies with standard tests. But in addition, your symptoms are not typical, and the lack of response to Valtrex is powerful evidence against an HSV infection. And contrary to popular belief, genital herpes recurrences have never been documented to be triggered by menstruation, sex, sunlight, or anything else. So whatever is going on, herpes isn't it.
Avatar n tn (The later tests were nine weeks after the most recent unprotected oral or protected anal sex, though I engaged in mutual masturbation and anal fondling a few days prior to onset of symptoms, six weeks before the later tests.) I plan to take the HSV antibody tests again in another month. Meanwhile, my doctor says I probably have genital herpes, but possibly not (the vesicles could have been from zoster instead, even though they were painless). Do you concur?
Avatar m tn When I went in for tests I noticed they were only running the igm tests. After I had my blood drawn i had an appointment with the doctor. I asked him to have the igg select tests run. Here is the potential problem, I got my results back and the igg select numbers were the same as the previous tests at five weeks. Positive hsv1 at 1.6 and negative hsv2 at .2. Igm tests were negative. They did run an igg 1&2 combo test this time and it was positive at 15.6 (high?).
Avatar f tn hi everyone, as greenlydia has suggested,with your help i'll start a new thread about the symptoms we've experienced, tests we've done and specialists we've seen that have concluded that it was/is anxiety. i hope this would help everyone on this forum.
Avatar f tn The traditional and most widely used tests for HIV are tests for antibodies to HIV which are available both as so-called "rapid" or point of care tests which can be done in the clinic and laboratory based antibody tests. For all practical purposes both of these types of test perform comparably and provide accurate information on the presence or absence of HIV infection in virtually everyone at 8 weeks following exposure.
Avatar n tn I have 3 children so I know what it feels like to be pregnant. I have symptoms of pregnancy, but with negative tests, don't know what to think. Will test again tomorrow since it's been about a week. Have any of you with this experience ended up being pregnant after all? Thanks!