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Name: maries mommy
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my daughters father has adhd and i wanted to know can she have it to since her dad has it i really dont know what to look for ok this is the ways she acts she can concentrat like when her teacher is here she dont pay attention she goes off alot she dont listen she throughs fits and puches things she is worrying me can i please get some help
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Name: pippy | Date: May 13th, 2007 11:26 PM
its sound like she got adhd take her to the doctor that my advice i can give you and tell the doctor what she doing 

Name: irish4 | Date: May 17th, 2007 2:24 PM
First of all don't listen to the teachers. I never did. They always think they are specialist and their not. You , as a mom have inate feeling about your child and if you have a gut feeling go with it. First, talk with your docter..TELL him..YOU have concerns and that you want her tested for ADHD. He/She will ask if it runs in the family and you will answer yes and then go from there. NEVER be afaid to take the lead..Your the MOM your her best advocate and know her inside and out. I hope I've helped. 

Name: ADDGIRL | Date: May 28th, 2007 2:56 AM
It's highly probable that your daughter may have ADD/ADHD. If one parent has it, it is more likely that a child will have it than if a parent doesn't have it. It's important that you take her to your family doctor or pediatrician, have a detailed list of her behavior to bring with you to the appointment. 

Name: tigertracks33 | Date: May 29th, 2007 8:19 PM
My daughters father has it, and so does my daughter. I would go see her pediatrician first, and go from there. It is hereditary, so it is very possible your little one does have adhd. Im really glad that I finally took my girl. We are still working on things, but at least now.....it seems workable. 

Name: Layne | Date: May 31st, 2007 2:27 AM
It does run in families...go to a doctor that specializes in it a GP should know where to find one and have a evaluation done on her. 

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