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  • 16 hours ago

    Medication wearing off after hours

    Does anybody know any medication that I can take after my concerta runs out late at night. I think Ritalin would really help here.
  • How to get tested/dx for ADD

    I'm a 41yo woman. In the past 6 years I have been to 3 different (GP) doctors and asked each to schedule testing for ADD for me. The 1st told me I was just too busy in life. The 2nd (about 2 years later) told me he didn't believe in that dx. The 3rd (approximately 1&1/2 years ago) told me we would address it later. The 3rd Dr was part of the same network of Drs the 1st is part of. When I went in for a second visit with Dr3 I spoke with them about getting testing done. There were 0 notes....

  • 2 days ago

    Medication reminders

    Hi all, I keep forgetting when I need to pick up my ADHD medication when I am running low and end up running out. Anybody have any systems they can recommend for medication reminders to pick up refill from the chemist? Calendar invitations perhaps?
  • 12 days ago

    Please help.

    Hello! I am a junior in high school right now. I've always had trouble focusing on whatever anyone would say and can't understand direction until reading it slowly over and over again. I also daydream uncontrollably- sometimes to the extent of wasting 2-3 hours in one time doing so. In around 5thgrade, I would regularly sleep at around 12 am doing homework because I just could not focus. I would also keep bugging my friends to teach me what the teacher just taught because I could not focus....
  • 18 days ago


    My little girl his nine yrs old. Even though she's my step daughter I class her has mine. Not to long ago my girlfriend and I split up but when I was at home I noticed things that wasn't right in my little girl she's very angry she doesn't listen to anything we tell her she can't sit still and focus on one thing. If she does it's for a short period of time then she stops, she can't sit still at all and I mean at all she shouts a lot laughs really loud when you explain....
  • 1 month ago

    Ocular Tics in Child

    Hello, my son is 10 years old and he has been diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 8. He is not on any medication and does okay in school. He does get very emotional very easily and does things impulsively that can be dangerous but for the most part he is a young boy who is full of love. Around April of this year, he has started getting some tics in his eyes. They happen periodically anytime of the day and increases drastically when he's doing math/ thinking hard or sleepy . His eyes open wide,....
  • 1 month ago


    Last week, for the first time ever, I went to speak with a councilor at my college. I am 30, a FT (returning) student and FT manager and am feeling overwhelmed in my last semester before graduation. I have been throwing up when I wake up on busy days for nearly a year. I have panic attacks about twice a month which numb my face and blur my hearing. I believe that most of my anxiety is related to untreated ADD. My parents did not believe in it and ignored and were insulted by teacher conferences where....
  • 1 month ago


    I need some suggestions beyond patience, etc. I work with a woman who moves constantly at lightening speed (not exaggerating), speaks at lightening speed, and the mere mention that something may need to be done evokes immediate action to head up the project....consistently. It is becoming a problem of great proportions as others in the office need to be able to shine and bring their expertise into certain situations. Our ADHD gal takes others ideas and promotes them immediately. She moves from project....
  • 1 month ago


    Hi who do I need to see to be diagnosed with ADHD? I was diagnosed borderline ADHD as a child and grew up without medication cause I could manage but now I'm an adult 23 years old I am noticing I would focus better with medication, the only think that calms me down is illegal drugs and I just want to take medication to be normal again because I'm so so full on.
  • 2 months ago

    A Closer Look at E-Therapy

    E-therapy is a great option when you can't afford a traditional therapist, you feel uncomfortable discussing certain issues in person, or you can't find qualified help in your area. How does e-therapy work? Is it effective? What are the pros and cons? Learn more here: