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Avatar f tn The boy knew he was not allowed to get a tattoo until he was 18 and he believed what happened to him was his fault, according to the father, who said his son has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit disorder. When he told his son that he was not at fault, the teen said he did not want to get the tattoo but was threatened by an upperclassman that they were "going to kick the crap out of him if he didn't.
Avatar n tn There's also a chance he does not have dyslexia or attention deficit, but rather didn't receive proper early training in reading and writing. Have an expert determine if he has a learning problem, which the above poster talks about. If the child is normal, proceed teaching him much like a first-grader, except that he already has the language.
Avatar m tn *** He tries to be nice to me but when he gets angry he blames everything on me that i have done it , but now i understand him more on why he's been acting like that. He has ADHD ( attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) , learning difficulties,behavioural difficulties,poor social skills,poor motor skills and he has Dyspraxia and other things that i can give you on request.
284770 tn?1198183894 It stands for attention deficit disorder. As anyone who's been there, done that and got the tee-shirt can tell you, there is no Deficit involved here! Persons with ADD pay attentiion to EVERY-THING. That's the challenge. They tend to pay attention to the teachers watch, the walls, the markers, the chaulk, their hair, the scissors, ther hair, the scissors (what if he he). They slip in and out of the lesson. But have all sorts of distractions going on.
Avatar n tn BFS is thought to be slightly correlated to the body weight and height of a person and to the anxiety level, a history of regular strenuous exercise, Attention deficit disorder (or drugs used to treat it). People with essential tremor appear to have a greater chance of developing BFS. In addition, other genetic and environmental factors make the patient more susceptible to BFS. BFS can also be attributed to long term use of anticholinergics such as diphenhydramine.
1734603 tn?1310425995 Apart from Attention deficit hyperactive disorder, ADHD, you need to be investigated for multiple sclerosis by your neurologist. MS is a chronic demyelinating disorder also. MS is a chronic demyelinating disorder where the disease phase is characterized by active phase and remissions. It has multiple symptoms and signs and is a diagnosis of exclusion.
Avatar f tn The fact that she is doing very well in the academics shows that she probably may not have attention deficit. Even if she has ADHD, she may outgrow the condition. You can take a second opinion regarding medication for ADHD. They have certain side effects which are a bit disturbing to the children.
1225331 tn?1333369369 Funny you should mention this Kelly. Something had me looking at your pictures recently (your canine beauty drew me in originally I believe) and I noticed your butterfly like red cheeks. I've been thinking of you quite a bit lately---trying to put some parts and pieces together that might be helpful. Now here you are saying you are scheduled to see a Rheumy NP! I think this is an excellent direction to take. Autoimmune disorders sometimes seem to beget other autoimmune disorders.
1393879 tn?1288729049 If you look outside western medicine, mainly in alternative and complementary medicine, there have been successes in nutritionally helping conditions, including Attention Deficit Disorder, mental conditions, and other conditions. George Eby is one example of how magnesium taurate cleared up his severe depression; it has helped many other people, too. There is a nutritional product: EMPowerPlus and similar, Quiet Minds, that have helped people with ADD, bipolar, depression, etc.
Avatar n tn chattiness, repetitive thought and action (resembling obsessive compulsive disorder, OCD), restlessness, psychomotor agitation, alternating moods, anger, impulsiveness, aggression, omnipotence, delirium, buying sprees, lack of sexual inhibition, and loss of values. Allergy can mimic Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) (13). As far back as 1902, T. D. Crothers noted that many caffeine consuming children "exhibit precocity" and "functional exaltation" (14).
Avatar f tn To add insult to injury, I have been on meds for ADHD for the past 17 years when my son and I were both diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder. Any help or advise you could give me would be greatly appreciated. My job is extremely stressful and I have spent the better part of the past year dealing with an unbelievable fatique which I had thought was due to working conditions. I am now not so sure. I am having bad cognitive problems which make me fear for my job.
Avatar m tn *** He tries to be nice to me but when he gets angry he blames everything on me that i have done it , but now i understand him more on why he's been acting like that. He has ADHD ( attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) , learning difficulties,behavioural difficulties,poor social skills,poor motor skills and he has Dyspraxia and other things that i can give you on request.
Avatar f tn His teacher has expressed concerns with his focus, listening, and attention since late Fall. She said my son falls off task very easily, is easily distracted by others around him and she has to repeat directions several times to him. Despite these issues he is on target to make his end of year goals. He does struggle a bit with writing and phoenics, but is reading short books and is doing well with Math.
Avatar f tn New guidelines issued by the United Kingdom's two top health institutes state that drugs should be the last resort in treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In children under five they say drugs should never be used. The guidelines state that the drug Ritalin has no proven benefit in children under five but can in fact have dangerous side effects.
Avatar m tn Boy, I believe you when you said, "I have Googled and read and read and Googled until I just couldn't read anymore." The length of your original post shows how much you care. Hopefully, I can help. And I'm pretty sure I have a few sources on tap that you haven't found yet. I've got a lot to say and I doubt that I will get it in all tonight. And then I will be out of town for two days. I want to talk about the ADHD diagnosis. His age and place in school.
Avatar f tn QUOTE Several million children are being treated with Ritalin and other stimulants on the grounds that they have attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and suffer from inattention, hyperactivity, or impulsivity. The stimulants include: Ritalin (methylphenidate), Dexedrine and DextroStat (dextroamphetamine or d-amphetamine), Adderall (d-amphetamine and amphetamine mixture), Desoxyn and Gradumet (methamphetamine), and Cylert (pemoline).
754648 tn?1233714967 definite hand-eye coordination problems. Now last year, we finally had him tested and he has an attention deficit disorder. So all in all, nothing to worry about, but it never a bad idea to be informed, so you can hope for the best or plan for the worst... ;) Good Luck!
Avatar n tn We found out that is actually a big warning sign for ADD as they get older and realize they can't perform as well as their peers. He was diagnosed with moderate attention deficit, and mild to no hyperactivity. Many people think if the child isn't hyper, then they do not have ADD, but the two are not always together. I would suggest looking at some of the ADHD websites, especially webmd.com, to see the symptoms and characteristics of ADHD.
Avatar m tn Amen says he can literally show his patients “this is what your brain looks like on drugs.” In one case he reported, a patient with attention deficit disorder, obsessive thinking, anger outbursts, and depression had demonstrable defects on the initial scan which were visibly improved after three years of clomipramine therapy. Dr.
Avatar n tn But the doctors have never been able to find out why I'm dizzy. Not their fault; they tried. In any case, an attention-deficit disorder medication called Strattera (atomoxetine) allows me to concentrate normally instead of having the dizziness-induced "fog" that was my big problem. I have also gotten allergy shots the last two years, as my ear doctor believes allergy can make ear problems worse (although I never believed I had allergies until I was tested!).
Avatar m tn Sometimes the thoughts are so silly, I just laught out loud in the morning or after a nap. My guess is that it's a type of attention deficit disorder, resulting from too much screen time, or repetition of daily tasks. When a person is bombarded with too much repetition, the brain eventually goes into a kind of screensaver mode, where it just keeps itself busy with pointless tasks, ie. connecting random thoughts. Repetition is something that humans have used to brainwash people for milenia.
Avatar n tn Many times we find that a tincture of time is needed for the etiology of a disorder to become clear. I suggest that you follow what your neurologist is trying to do and be patient. Most of the time, we find the cause of symptoms.
Avatar n tn Posted By Marie on November 02, 1998 at 12:06:24: In Reply to: Is he Autistic? posted by Angelina Thio on November 02, 1998 at 05:10:27: Angelina - sounds like you have a very rough road ahead of you with your sons' difficulties. I have a 4 year old who has been diagnosed with a mild form of autism, so I'm writing from a parent's perspective, rather than that of any medical practitioner. I am absolutely NOT qualified to make any sort of clinical judgement for either of your older sons.
Avatar n tn Posted By Angelina Thio on November 02, 1998 at 21:30:07: In Reply to: Re: Is he Autistic? posted by Marie on November 02, 1998 at 12:06:24: Angelina - sounds like you have a very rough road ahead of you with your sons' difficulties. I have a 4 year old who has been diagnosed with a mild form of autism, so I'm writing from a parent's perspective, rather than that of any medical practitioner.
Avatar n tn (attention deficit / hyperactive disorder), though I don't know all the signs of that. I have heard of cases in which one child in a family to be on the autistic spectrum, and to have a sibling who is ADHD though. Regarding a "diagnosis" of autism, or any other condition in that realm, many doctors and other practitioners are reluctant to give that label.
Avatar n tn hey bell, i don't know if i even buy into bi polar, seems to be the latest fad, it used to be manic -depressiv then it was that one where you cant consintrate attention defict disorder that was big in the ninties. one thing about A D D nobody has in jail, cause everybody is at full attention or else ya get your ass kicked. my sister was tagged with bi polar, she is a real jerk one day and tries to act normal the next, i think she is just a cruel sel centerted person who needs to grow up.
627816 tn?1349241716 Given the problems with the apparent over use and abuse of restraint and seclusion which have been emerging over the past few years in schools across the country, more strict and uniform policy requirements for schools on these topics may be needed. More data about and attention to how these procedures are used is certainly warranted.
Avatar n tn My soul has died (i've been told i have the look, back at my husband's rehab over 2-year's ago). I look at past pictures, and wonder where she went. Sorry to get so off track, but i agree with others on the board, as long as your husband is using, it doesn't matter what, he is still an addict. The only way he will be free is when he decides to give up 'everything' so he can have 'everything' again! I feel your pain, and your words really hit a cord.