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ADHD, reason for frequent outbursts - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   my son was diagnosted with ahdh and often gets this big outburst how can I help him
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Doctor :   Attention Deficit Disorder
User :   my son is7 years ,male
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Doctor :   If your child seems to be a bit of a scatterbrain or/and has a bad temper, don't jump to the conclusion that he has this disorder
Doctor :   Only when his symptoms seem to be extreme, need you be concerned
Doctor :   In any case, it is best that you consult a child psychologist for a diagnosis if you feel that your child could be suffering from either of these problems

Doctor :   Children with these disorders need to be brought up with extra care and attention
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