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Posted by Suggestion from margaret on April 13, 2000 at 06:17:12:

In Reply to: HELP!!! posted by Jason Durham on April 09, 2000 at 11:02:54:

: Two weeks ago I was diagnosed by my primary physician as having Adult ADD. I went to him after symptoms got so bad that i felt like i was insane. He has me on dexedrine, and the fog i walked through daily is now overcast skies. It is 200 times better, but i still have major problems. I know I am on the way to sunny days, but here is my question . . .
: My insurance requires to go through my primary physician to refer me to a specialist as medically necessary. He has, but he wants to send me to a medical psycologist who deals with ADD in adults. The drummer in my band was diagnosed with ADD through a neurologis and is on dexedrine also. What is your opinion? Neurologist or medical psycologis? I also deal with hardcore depression and anxiety attacks.

Just wondered have you ever been checked for allergies and intolerances
also vitamin and mineral deficiencies?
If you haven't perhaps you should consider checking these out as these can cause many symptoms
best wishes margaret.

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