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Excessive eating and then vomiting

i have a boy aged 12 who has adhd i have thought he has been making himself vomit for a while and have just heard him however he denies this is this common in children or is it connected to his adhd .
Sun, 12 Feb 2012
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Some children may have this as common thing. But if there is a ADHD history for your son, better to get it rectified.

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Hey what is this ADHD? somebody tell me????

Psychiatrist Dr. Dushad Ram's  Response
vomiting is not a symptom recognized as part of ADHD However if subject with ADHD is on treatment then nausea/vomiting or loss of appetite is common side effect.
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