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Results from brain scan

I finally got the results from my SPECT scan about 2 weeks ago. It's taken me about that long to really understand what they were saying. What I had was the resting scan which shows what the brain is like when my mind is not active. They could see my migraines and they also noticed that I might have some kind of thing where i have microscopic clots in my brain. They also saw how my sever depression has effected my brain. This really surprised me. Although my ADHD didn't show up I found the… Continue

Added by Faith on June 21, 2009 at 9:32pm — 2 Comments

Good news

I had good news today. I went to the doctors and got my test results. My blood work came back normal and so did my MRI. My e.e.g had a minor thing but the doctor wasn't worried about it. If my health insurance will cover it, I may be having a SPEC scan next month or the month after.

Added by Faith on April 2, 2009 at 10:40pm — 1 Comment

I know I haven't really been on much but, I've been having a few health issues lately. Over the last 2 weeks, I've been having numbness though my whole body, including my face and mouth. I went to th…

I know I haven't really been on much but, I've been having a few health issues lately. Over the last 2 weeks, I've been having numbness though my whole body, including my face and mouth. I went to the doctors yesterday and she said she thought it was due to stress from my children. I disagree. She is sending me to a neurologist next Tuesday so, I'll let you know how it goes.
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Added by Faith on February 26, 2009 at 9:09pm — 7 Comments

Now on Kindle!

7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD "Uncommonly helpful, down-to-earth, immensely practical and readable Book." - David A. Crenshaw, Ph.D., ABPP. Director of Rhinebeck Child and Family Center, LLC

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“'One Boy's Struggle' is a real eye-opener! Bryan writes of hope and despair, and the all-too-common conflict between desperately wanting to achieve and please, yet suspecting that you’ll fail again… and soon.”
-Dr. Edward Hallowell

Book on Doubt

Writer's Doubt is not specifically about ADHD. It is about how I, with ADHD, overcame doubt and became a prolific writer. For anyone who has ever felt doubtful about what they are capable of.

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Please remember that when discussing medication and / or supplements each member is responsible for his or her comments. Each person's experiences may be different and no one should make any changes or try anything new with regard to medication or supplements without talking to his or her doctor first.

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