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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Hi. My son is 25, married, and a university police

Hi. My son is 25, married, and a university police officer. He was diagnosed ADD impulsive type as a child and suffered with his social life. He is funny, outgoing, and handsome. He is intelligent (high iq). Recently he was diagnosed type 2 diabetes. He was told as a teenager, he had low testosterone levels. I am concerned about depression. He takes insulin, but not his metformin because it makes him sick. He does not like his doctor, his job, his life... I told him to go to a doctor; see about antidepressants while he tries to figure everything out. He is outspoken and gets frustrated easily. Has issues with justice...does not like when people break the rules, go against policy, or the like. He is reaching out but I just dont know how to advise him if he wont go to the doctor. Not sure what I want to ask you...but do you have any advice? I wonder if the low t, diabetes, and depression are related. Dont know where to start. Thanks for your input.
Sun, 8 Jan 2017
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