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Posted by: Lynette | 2011/03/03

Adult ADHD

When looking for a specialist in this field do i go to a neurologist ?

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No, this is still an incompletely understood diagnosis, and not one whicgh kost neurologists understand or are able to treat properly. See a good local psychiatrist ( they're listed in your phone book and your GP may be able to recommend someone ) for assessment. You may be right or wrong about yopur self-diagnosis, which is why you need a good general psychiatrist, and not someone specializing mainly in the condition you have diagnosed yourself.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/03/05

No, this is still an incompletely understood diagnosis, and not one whicgh kost neurologists understand or are able to treat properly. See a good local psychiatrist ( they're listed in your phone book and your GP may be able to recommend someone ) for assessment. You may be right or wrong about yopur self-diagnosis, which is why you need a good general psychiatrist, and not someone specializing mainly in the condition you have diagnosed yourself.

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Posted by: Woman | 2011/03/03

No, you must go to a specialist psychiatrist. Go to the web and search for adhasa dot coza they ought to be able to refer you to someone in your area. If you are i CT, I could give you a name of a brilliant psych.

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