Adult add symptoms symptom checklist

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Avatar f tn What are the symptoms in an adult to look for ADD/ADHD? I think my husband may have this.
220090 tn?1379170787 Here is one of the links to an Adult ADD Symptom Checklist website. Everyone with post-tx problems should review it!! http://www.nacronline.com/misc-articles/common-symptoms-of-add-in-adults Thanks again!!!
Avatar m tn 8 normal even though the most recent range proposed is from .3 to 3.0? I have undergoing treatment for Adult ADD using stimulants and felt more energized but had to stop due to other side effects. Could my poor memory and inattention be due to a thyroid issue?
Avatar f tn I had to go back this month - I have Adult ADD to refill my prescription and he took another blood test and this time the WBC was off the chart and the Neutrophil count was extremely high. So, the office called and I had to go back to the office the next day - the only symptoms I have notice is extreme fatigue and a chronic sore throat (drainage) which I contribute to the lovely state of Texas and it's spring/summer allergies since my strep culture came back negative.
Avatar f tn what shocked me even more was to realise I had all of the add symptoms also!my ex has all ADHD and odd symptoms and has done since being a young child.i have a meeting on Thursday to discuss the boys needs and my concerns in more detail.my 4y/o teacher did call me in this afternoon though to express her concern at the fact he doesn't mix with peers and will play alongside them but not actually with them!fingers crossed they are starting to take notice now!!!!
Avatar n tn You might want to re-visit the ADHD issue again, and you can do this by checking with his faculty and perhaps asking them to complete a standardized behavior checklist. Sometimes impulsive, repetitive behavior is a symptom of ADHD. It can look like children are not 'learning from experience', and in a sense they're not. But it isn't as if they don't know any better, but rather that their impulses get the better of them.
Avatar n tn It gives some general information along with supplements that help with the withdrawal symptoms. The only thing I would add to this list is a blood pressure drug named clonidine. It effectively lowers the blood pressure and lessens many of the withdrawal symptoms. Most any doctor will prescribe it if you’re honest as to why you need it. Discuss dosages and frequency with your doctor. Thomas Recipe: 1. Valium (or another benzodiazepine such as Klonopin, Librium, Ativan or Xanax).
Avatar f tn Antibodies can be present for years, or even decades, before they do enough damage to cause labs to go out of range and to produce symptoms. Hashi's is the most prevalent cause of hypo in the developed world, so you certainly don't have to have taken lithium to get it. Be sure your doctor orders both TPOab (thyroid peroxidase antibodies) and TGab (thyroglobulin antibodies) since both are required to rule out Hashi's. Are you currently on thyroid meds?
544292 tn?1268886268 It is more like I felt my brain was being reattached to itself. Painful! Very, very painful! Add to this the constant sensitivity to light, Two steps forward. One step back. Sometimes three steps forward, one step back. Sometimes (like today) One step back. OK. Whatever. I'll just accept it, get as physically comfortable as possible and breathe thru it. Trying to remember how long it's been? 4 years I would say. Tramadol it's bad bad bad bad bad medicine.
Avatar f tn I've tested every scenario I can think of and have concluded that weather, clothing, temperature, creams, dry skin, laundry detergent, medication, hydration...has nothing to do with it. I'm really frustrated by this and must say the symptoms scare me a little. I've read all sorts of stuff and the only thing that makes sense is a histamine response. As I'm typing this my husband has decided he's going for a run! How I would love to join him!!!
Avatar n tn I have been reading numerous entries in a variety of forums that all relate to the same symptoms, but i haven't seen any plausible, concrete advice or evidence that anyone has any real knowledge about what could be causing this. I, too, am suffering from this wierd "need to yawn, SOB, frustration with breathing regardless of the circumstance~rest, exercise, vertical, horizontal, etc.
Avatar f tn I've since read up on SPS's and the symptoms are only vaguely similar and seeing as all three of us have the exact same symptoms I doubt it is a simple partial seizure. The symptoms are much to specific to simply be pushed into some vaguely similar preexisting disorder.
Avatar n tn I have symptoms of an autoimmune disease and the doctors are unable or unwilling to tell me if the vitamin D deficiency is a symptom of another disease. I even have symptoms of Lyme Disease yet I consitantly come up negative. I agree with Kalio1. I think that any vitamin deficiency is a symptom of an underlying cause. I'm frustrated with the doctors, they don't seem to care to look hard enough so I'm sure you are frustrated too. I've had to resort to googling and that hasn't seemed to help.
Avatar n tn //thyroid.about.com/cs/fibromyalgiacfs/a/checklist.htm The connection between mitral valve prolapse and thyroid conditions. Medical research has found that the prevalence of mitral valve prolapse is substantially greater in patients with autoimmune thyroid disorders such as Graves' Disease and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Major Symptoms of MVP include: http://thyroid.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=thyroid&zu=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thyroid-info.com%2Farticles%2Fmitral-valve-prolapse.
Avatar n tn It used to be just an occasional thing, but lately it seems to be all the time. I am concerned that this is a symptom of something I don't know about. The smell is strong. I used to notice it about a half hour after taking my Allegra-D 12 hr. tablets, but now I smell it much more often. Am I going crazy or is there something to this I'm not aware of. Has anyone else experienced this? Please help?
Avatar m tn ) So, to add a couple more possible helpful hints in dealing with anxiety attacks, music might be one of them. Listen to music that calms you down. Stay away from your Pantera albums. (Unless you find if very inspiring.) One song in particular that is just b-e-a-yootiful is a song of the soundtrack for the movie Gladiator. I'm not sure what it's called but it's by Hans Zimmer with Lisa Gerrard singing. It's incredible. One sec, I'm gonna google it to get the actual name.....oh, duh...
Avatar n tn I guess my question is will more symptoms come or is this not even a symptom. I am wondering if perhaps I should take a 1/2 a pill today and just go from there? Sorry to ramble, lots of thoughts and hard to put into words. All of you please take care.
363682 tn?1299492962 Are there any other associated symptoms with your headaches like blurring of vision, seeing bright waves or lines? Any associated weakness or numbness that comes with the headaches? Any underlying systemic disease like hypertension and diabetes? Do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn A recent German study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology involved a double-blind cross-over trial to evaluate the efficacy of inhaled salbutamol and the duration of symptoms in patients with proctalgia fugax. The study showed that inhalation of 2 puffs of salbutamol shortened pain attacks in patients with severe proctalgia fugax compared with placebo (dummy treatment).
174267 tn?1220408828 please please pray that i get symptoms as each day passes like the previous cycles and i get no symptoms makes me more and more depressed. tc all..
Avatar f tn 1. Brief pain swallowing food 2. Heartburn and gas. 3. gurlging in lower intestine 4. dull cramps in large intestine 5. dull shooting pains in rectum In that exact order, as if the symptoms are following the food as it travels through my body. I wake up the next day feeling fine and starting with breakfast the whole thing starts again. Our symptoms resemble IBS but tests have to be done to rule out other things.
Avatar f tn Therefore, I feel I need to do something to make the practice aware of their GP's indifferent manners. Lastly, I believe that there must be a checklist of items that are supposed to be checked postnatally by whoever is looking after the mother and baby. Surely they could have picked up on this under breast Issues, and at least inform the new mother what these lumps could be and when/if to seek further advice.
Avatar n tn I just hung up the phone with her- I was going over a, Are you an Addict Checklist, she had atleast 15 yes (6 or more checked- absolutely an addict) Every single one I went over with her she had an excuse for or denied it. It's amazing. I will fill you more in tomorrow- I'm really tired I'm going to go to sleep now. Thanks for listening > Tiffany Sweet Dreams to all....