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tonevu
07-10-07, 03:04 PM
hi, i just found this thread. I'm trying to apply to grad school, and after what i thought was a really hard effort at studying, i failed my exam. i began to try and figure out what i did wrong, but a friend suggested my inablity to focus or concentrate.

looking back, i spent alot of time daydreaming, i couldn't stay still in my desk while studying, and everytime i tried to read, the words would just blur in my head after a paragraph or two. i always feel like im in a rush, and i think becuase i couldnt slow down and think resulted in my low score.

I took an exam online and it said i had adhd, but im not sure the doctor is going to think the same thing.

im freaking out about not getting into grad school and i feel medication is my last resort.




any suggestions?

Tara
07-10-07, 03:05 PM
Have you looked into www.addhealthandwellness.com (http://www.addhealthandwellness.com/)? I know that they have some centers in Texas.

ADD Health and Wellness Centers of Greater Houston
Panther Creek Professional Plaza II
4840 W. Panther Creek Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77381
Tel: (281) 668-4288

ADD Health and Wellness Centers of Greater Austin
13915 N. Burnet Road (MoPac), Suite 310
Austin, Texas 78728
Tel: (512) 535-4664 Fax: (512) 388-1236


ADD Health and Wellness Centers of Greater Dallas
7500 Preston Road, Suite 100
Plano, TX 75024
Tel: (214) 245-5417 Fax: (972) 618-1133

tonevu
07-10-07, 03:13 PM
they dont have any appointments in the next week. im set to take my exam aug. 9th. does anyone know if a general doctor, my insurance doesn't cover psychiatry

tonevu
07-10-07, 03:16 PM
btw, im 26 yrs old male