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I am concerned my daughter (3 years old) has symptoms of ADHD. We live in Thailand currently, and I took her to a doctor there (not a specialist in ADHD) who stated she is ‘normal’. She more often than not refuses to do as she is told and will even not aknowledge you despite being called about five times. She often has a tantrum, throwing an item violently onto the floor. She has on two occasions taken money from her grandmothers purse within her handbag. Despite being told on numerous occasions that she is not allowed a treat from a shop without going in with money, she enters shops (including her aunties) and selects sweets, leaving without paying. She has slapped her mother’s face several times. Two days ago at her nursery she slipped out of the classroom and was found on the road outside by the security guard. I fear for my daughters future and feel that she needs help and/or medical assistance.

The symptoms you are describing could be compatible with the diagnosis of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) but a physical exam is needed.

Patients with ADHD are easily distracted, have difficulty focusing, forgetful, and frequently jump from one task to another. In addition, they may exhibit impulsive behavior such as nonstop talking and have . . . → Read More: I am concerned my daughter (3 years old) has symptoms of ADHD. We live in Thailand currently, and I took her to a doctor there (not a specialist in ADHD) who stated she is ‘normal’. She more often than not refuses to do as she is told and will even not aknowledge you despite being called about five times. She often has a tantrum, throwing an item violently onto the floor. She has on two occasions taken money from her grandmothers purse within her handbag. Despite being told on numerous occasions that she is not allowed a treat from a shop without going in with money, she enters shops (including her aunties) and selects sweets, leaving without paying. She has slapped her mother’s face several times. Two days ago at her nursery she slipped out of the classroom and was found on the road outside by the security guard. I fear for my daughters future and feel that she needs help and/or medical assistance.

What do I do about depression and axiety and chronic pain issues when no one I see near me listens to me

Depression, anxiety, and chronic pain are symptoms that are often overlooked in patients. But doctors are also wary of patients complaining of chronic pain if they are perceived as a drug-seeker. You should attempt to find a doctor who is cares about you as a patient and doesn’t just prescribe drugs. Your doctor . . . → Read More: What do I do about depression and axiety and chronic pain issues when no one I see near me listens to me

I worked about 84 hours the week this started. that friday about 14 hours into the day I got a bad headache and roaring in my ears. I continued to work every day for the next two weeks but became obsessed about the job and talked about it nonstop. i would call my supervisor and ask the same questions over and over. i began to think i knew everything and was trying to tell everyone they were wrong and i was right. this got worse until i finally got so disoriented that i went to the wrong jobsite and forgot my daughter at school and began to think i was in a different state. i rested for three days and only after that did i even realize that something had happened to me to begin with. i have limited recollection of the events but everyone tells me they thought i was on drugs or something. i feel better now so do i go to the doctor now and what could have happened?

It appears that you have suffered from an episode of psychosis. Psychosis can be brought on by underlying psychiatric disorders or from sleep deprivation. It is likely that your episode is from the excessive stress and lack of sleep during your 84 hour work week. If you have no history of psychiatric disorders, . . . → Read More: I worked about 84 hours the week this started. that friday about 14 hours into the day I got a bad headache and roaring in my ears. I continued to work every day for the next two weeks but became obsessed about the job and talked about it nonstop. i would call my supervisor and ask the same questions over and over. i began to think i knew everything and was trying to tell everyone they were wrong and i was right. this got worse until i finally got so disoriented that i went to the wrong jobsite and forgot my daughter at school and began to think i was in a different state. i rested for three days and only after that did i even realize that something had happened to me to begin with. i have limited recollection of the events but everyone tells me they thought i was on drugs or something. i feel better now so do i go to the doctor now and what could have happened?

I’m 20. I’ve had a lot of stress in my life the last two years with my parents and my grandpa dying. I have trouble concentrating and thinking which I know is from all the stress. I have trouble at night though. It’s like my mind goes all random and it goes to random thoughts and strange dreams. Then sometimes I have to snap myself out of the randomness. It’s like I’m half dreaming half asleep sometimes…like my mind is really tired and being sucked into this alternate reality at night. I think it’s affecting me a little more like when I wake up I have a few seconds of confusion and now while I’m awake it feels a little like I’m walking around in a dream. Just a little though. I mean I still have feelings, love for people/pets around me. I know I’m here, this is the world, but it seems dull. I know it has meaning and feelings but it’s like my mind is thinking otherwise –like dull, confused, it’s hard to explain. Does this have a name or explanation?

Your symptoms are most likely to fall under the umbrella of acute stress disorder or adjustment disorder. Regardless, it appears that you are under a great deal of stress. If your symptoms cause you to a great deal of distress or you find that you are unable to function, there are treatments available.

Some physicians . . . → Read More: I’m 20. I’ve had a lot of stress in my life the last two years with my parents and my grandpa dying. I have trouble concentrating and thinking which I know is from all the stress. I have trouble at night though. It’s like my mind goes all random and it goes to random thoughts and strange dreams. Then sometimes I have to snap myself out of the randomness. It’s like I’m half dreaming half asleep sometimes…like my mind is really tired and being sucked into this alternate reality at night. I think it’s affecting me a little more like when I wake up I have a few seconds of confusion and now while I’m awake it feels a little like I’m walking around in a dream. Just a little though. I mean I still have feelings, love for people/pets around me. I know I’m here, this is the world, but it seems dull. I know it has meaning and feelings but it’s like my mind is thinking otherwise –like dull, confused, it’s hard to explain. Does this have a name or explanation?

I am an 18 year old girl. I started sweating excessively in the plantar, palmar, and axillary regions when I was about 14. I sweat uncontrollably during the day, even when I’m relaxed. At night time however my sweating decreases dramatically and becomes normal. My skin is also reddish, marbley, and cold during the day too, but at night it gets warm and returns to it’s normal color. I also don’t sweat much when I exercise or when its cold outside .My doctor gave me a prescription for 20% aluminum chloride solution but it didn’t really help.. What could possibly be the cause of the excessive sweatiness throughout the day and the normalcy at night? What can I do to make it stop?

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterized by uncontrollable and/or excessive perspiration. Common areas affected are the face, axillary regions, palms, groin, and soles of the feet. It is believed that hyperhidrosis is caused by an increased activity of sympathetic nerve fibers – the same nerves responsible for the “fight or flight” response when a . . . → Read More: I am an 18 year old girl. I started sweating excessively in the plantar, palmar, and axillary regions when I was about 14. I sweat uncontrollably during the day, even when I’m relaxed. At night time however my sweating decreases dramatically and becomes normal. My skin is also reddish, marbley, and cold during the day too, but at night it gets warm and returns to it’s normal color. I also don’t sweat much when I exercise or when its cold outside .My doctor gave me a prescription for 20% aluminum chloride solution but it didn’t really help.. What could possibly be the cause of the excessive sweatiness throughout the day and the normalcy at night? What can I do to make it stop?