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Sharing a Diagnosis: When You and Your Child Have ADHD

Adult ADHD: Getting Help continued...

Once you’ve seen a doctor, you can talk about treatments for ADHD. The standard treatment for adult ADHD is medication – often stimulants – which could be coupled with therapy.

If you suspect you might have adult ADHD, don’t ignore the signs. See an expert and get an evaluation.

“The good news about ADHD is that our treatments are so effective in adults and we have a lot to offer,” says McCracken. “And since ADHD really is a family condition, so many different lives can be helped with treatment.”

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Reviewed on September 04, 2008

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