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9 yr old son ADHD and ODDMy son has ADHD and ODD. He is a very smart 9yr old gets good grades in school but he…

9 yr old son ADHD and ODD

My son has ADHD and ODD. He is a very smart 9yr old gets good grades in school but he has a horrible problem with his defient disorder. Please help I have tried drugs nothing works for him. I have started him on Synaptol on Mar 18th. I have seen some change no big changes yet. He cant swallow pills so I am stuck with liquid or chewables. Any ideas would be great.

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Aperger's Disorder Vs. ADHDI have a much younger 15 year old sister who was just recently, diagnosed with a type of Asperger s…

Aperger's Disorder Vs. ADHD

I have a much younger 15 year old sister who was just recently, diagnosed with a type of Asperger’s disorder. Though she is exceptionally bright and passes most of her tests with 100%, she has almost always had a lot of trouble at school - completing assignments and staying organized. She has also unfortunately almost always had trouble with her peers teasing her, and unusual complaints about sounds that don’t’ bother most people. Before that she had been diagnosed with ADHD – which I now believe was a misdiagnosis of the symptoms she was experiencing so many years ago and also the reason it took so long to find out what her real condition was. How common is it for the two conditions to be confused and what are the differences between them? I also suffer from some of the same symptoms as my sister and was diagnosed with ADHD at a young age. Is there a genetic to component to Asperger’s? Should I be concerned for my daughter?

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