Add wiki

Common Questions and Answers about Add wiki

adhd

Avatar n tn I am 22 years old and my boyfriend recently discovered a soft spot on the back of my head...so I did some research, and for all of you who are worried here are some facts: A fontanelle (or fontanel) is an anatomical feature on an infant's skull. In cleidocranial dysostosis* the skull fontanelle may be enlarged, and may be slow to close or may never close.
10947 tn?1281404252 Will your terms of service be modified for this application? Generally, if you add input to a wiki, one is expected to back up the write-up with a cited reference (as in a peer reviewed article). Often these references are hyperlinked to the original source (say the pdf file of a nejm paper). Will you allow these hyperlinks? Your current TOS forbids links and hyperlinks.
Avatar f tn Yesterday I asked you regarding my mom's problem...I forgot to add one more problem...is that when she passes stool she feels pain...and one more question, is it alright if I visit Gynecologist for her problem? Hope to get favourable response from your side..
Avatar f tn s problem...I forgot to add one more problem...is that when she passes stool she feels pain...and one more question, is it alright if I visit Gynecologist for her problem? Hope to get favourable response from your side..
Avatar f tn The odds of conceiving over the age of 50 are extremely low, and most such pregnancies require IVF and/or donated eggs. Add to that the fact that you haven’t had a period in four years, and I’d say that you probably have nothing to be concerned about. If you need further assurance, have a look at this Wikipedia article. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pregnancy_over_age_50 Have a nice weekend!
Avatar m tn Hi! I have central sleep apnea/asthma which started it seems 2 years ago with chronic fatigue and O2 levels of about 73% (my FEV1 scores are also 73%). I'm worried my brain cells are dying and I'm having severe chronic fatigue, memory/ADD loss, headaches and sometimes vertigo. I have a neu cyst in my clivus. I've tried bipap with O2 but it doesn't work that well and I'm getting 0% stage 3/4 sleep. What caused my sleep apnea, memory/ADD problem and what can I possibly do?
4971738 tn?1390565384 My doctor added this to my regimen not just to stabilize my mood, but to get my migraines under control. I didn't have any bad effects from it at all, but I did have to add another med for migraines. I have chronic migraine syndrome and am out of commission about 15 days a month. If you have a lot of headaches it could be a double win.
Avatar m tn I recently came from an eye doctor appointment, close-up eyeball picture in hand. The doctor showed what he said was "Scar tissue, likely stemming from a past toxoplasmosis infection or the retina". I've been pursuing a disability claim since 1998.
Avatar m tn d read for a while about C-Reactive Protein (CRP) being highly predictive of a near-term future cardiac event, so two years ago I had my GP add a CRP reading to my standard, annual blood profile. It came back pretty elevated. He said, don't waste your time on this. My cardiologist said we need to check for some background inflammations. Then I saw that rheumatoid arthritis, which I have, might contribute to the high reading. Have you checked YOUR CRP level?
Avatar m tn Nice reply, just want to add that many people don't even know they have this, and never would unless they have a EKG for some reason.
Avatar f tn Thanks for writing back. I looked at some of the info you can get off of wiki and such, but I'm really more interested if anyone has used it and how did it work for them. Thanks!!
Avatar m tn i didn't swallow any but i have ADD it seems to run in my family but learning disabilities are a symptom of lead poisoning
459210 tn?1237381603 my question is this, how do you get tested for add? where do you get tested? and which doctor gives you add medicine if you need it? what is the test like ? do they just ask questions? i know i have it and it would be nice to read a book...
Avatar f tn My 7 yr grandson has been diagnosed with ADD. He is taking Stratera. He has been for about 1yr. His dose is 25 mg a day. It helps with some things. His main problem is his mouth(back talking), irritates to point she cries his sister, just plain defies you some days, and cries at the drop of a hat(sometimes for no reason and others when not getting his way). His mom is almost to her breaking point with his behavior. They live with us. His mom and dad are divorced.
Avatar m tn I have been diagnoised with ADD for the past three years. My office accomidations are very distracting. So much in fact, I have been approved for a WC claim due to ergonomics. However, that was over 8 months ago with no changes made to my office. And I'm still recieving treatment for my neck. I work for the federal government. They inform me that we are in a shortage of office space and there is nothing they can do. Is there anyway I can seek some relief for this matter.
429700 tn?1308007823 I was wondering--have any of you been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD)? I was quite surprised when my neuro diagnosed me with this last week. I think it's related to my MS, but not sure (dummy me didn't think to ask). He told me that Provigil actually helps with this problem and raised my dosage a bit. The cognitive stuff has improved greatly since taking Provigil, but if it would go away completely, I don't think I'd mind one bit!
691983 tn?1266804832 my daughter boyfriend has add. he a really good kid. him and my daughter are best friends too.but this summer we found out he has a problem with stealing.he was called apound it. don't think he will do it again but is this something people do with add.i also noiced he has ocd . what do you all think??
Avatar n tn As an adult living with ADD I have been taking Ritalin for the past couple of years as I finish a college degree. While the Ritalin has helped with my studying the side effects are often overwhelming such as nausea, insomnia, loss of appetite and sweaty palms. To achieve the desired learning effect I had been taking 20mg two to three times a day, but only when studying.
Avatar n tn My question concerns possible dangers and side affects involved in the taking of Wellbutrin and a combination of Ritalin. As an adult living with ADD I have been taking Ritalin for the past couple of years as I finish a college degree. While the Ritalin has helped with my studying the side effects are often overwhelming such as nausea, insomnia, loss of appetite and sweaty palms. To achieve the desired learning effect I had been taking 20mg two to three times a day, but only when studying.
Avatar f tn My 9 year old just got diagnosed with add, he is a shy child without any behavior issues, he is unable to concentrat and complete multi step tasks. What medicatios are new and what are the side effects? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/278027'>9 year old ADD - Communication and behavior issues still a concern</a>.