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Answer by Anonymous at 10:34 AM on Nov. 4, 2009
There are six forms of ADHD on a continum. A child does not have to be hyper to be living with ADHD. However, some signs of ADHD are also symptoms of things like anxiety, depression, PTSD, adjustment disorders...ect. Having a professional to evaluate your child and consider other possible disorders or psychosocial factors for her specfic symptoms is very important. Although many children living with ADHD also have comorbid features of anxiety and depression. If you suspect something is going on then having an evaluation by a mental health professional is certainly a responsible step. Some types include: inattentive, hyperactive, impulisive type, and the others are a combination of the above. It is important to know the subtype because that helps in treatment options. Personally I would make an appointment with a professional.
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