blackmilk Posted February 12, 2006 Share Posted February 12, 2006 Hi y'all I've been talking with my doctor about a possible AD(H)D dual diagnosis, and I'm getting good (so to speak!) scores on the ADD tests - clear current symptomology - but she keeps inquiring into my secondary school experience, whether I had trouble paying attention before college, etc. My question is, what does this matter? We've got adult-onset diabetes, right? I can't remember dick about high school, and who would want to? Do the meds somehow not work if your symptoms haven't been present since childhood? That seems preposterous. It seems like she's worried about nailing the diagnosis instead of just treating the symptoms, whatever umbrella you want to put them under (maybe none). Can someone explain this emphasis to me on when the trouble started? Thanks team -k Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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