Posted by KTB
on December 16, 1999 at 00:13:36:
In Reply to: Re: adults with add posted by Tracy Terrill on December 13, 1999 at 02:05:17:
I'm not a doc, so this is just my opinion, but I suggest you look to meds last. If your doc thinks otherwise, just remember to consider their adictive potentials. Best of luck
: : : just recently at the age of 38 i've been diagnosed with add. i guess this would explain why i
: : : have never been able to focus on almost everything. i used to laugh yet cry when my now
: : : ex-husband would tell me that i was stupid (and worse) because i could never finish any one
: : : project that i started. i've been doing research on every thing from drugs to support groups. any
: I recently was diagnosed with ADD when I had my daughter tested, as it turns out, both my daughters have ADD (only one is hyperactive). I was both relieved and dismayed at not having had the diagnosis made earlier and finding an answer for inexplicable memory loss, lack of concentration etc. The dexamphetamine has also helped with my depression and I no longer have any side effects, although initially I did - sleeplessness, lack of apetite etc. I am 40 years old and catching up on some lost time, studying! - Better late than never.
: : : information that anyone could give me would be appreciated.
: : reply--Raimondo, "You're not Lazy, Crazy or Stupid." Written by women with ADD for women with ADD. Good luck. Knute.