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Unread 10-31-2004, 09:12 AM
Adhd And Hormone Inbalance

Hi Ya'll, I was wondering if any of ya'll ladies sufferes from ADHA. I have always had the symptoms ever since childhood, and both my children suffer from it . My problem is how much worse it is. I can't focus on anything the past couple of weeks. My mind is so full of clutter, and just spins when I try and concentrate on anything. I'm having difficulties just writing this post. I haven't been able to read on it lately or anything else for that matter. Nothing can hold my attention, and its getting very fusterating. I'm having such a time getting things down, cleaning and such. I have to force myself, and WoW how hard. If I don't have to think about something I can deal with it, but if it requires any thought process, forget it. Have had to tell people so much lately, "I don't know just don't ask me now!" Will getting my hormones in balance fix all of the syptoms. or will I need med. for this? KIM I hope someone can help here, I feel like I'm getting all mixed up.
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Unread 11-01-2004, 05:45 AM
Adhd And Hormone Inbalance

HI Kim

I have no personal experience with ADHD. I did experience tremendous brain fog when I was not using my estrogen. The symptoms sound pretty familiar. Hopefully someone else with experience in ADHD and hormones will come along.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help


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