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Under what circumstances can an ADHD diagnosis be missed?

Why An ADHD Diagnosis Sometimes Comes Later

Not everyone receives ADHD as a diagnosis in child, often because they don’t display the symptoms of the hyperactive presentation. J. Faye Dixon, PhD, says when difficulties arise later, as a young adult or in adulthood, individuals and their medical professionals take a second look and find the underlying ADHD has been the cause of their struggles.

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What are the most common co-occurring diagnoses/conditions in adults?

Having a second condition, or a co-occurring disorder, with ADHD is very common.

Dr. Thomas E. Brown shares how common this is and why it’s necessary to address both ADHD and the co-occurring condition to help the person begin to experience relief. Knowing what co-occurring conditions a person may have helps the clinician to form a more effective treatment plan.

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