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Old 08-24-17, 06:18 PM
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Re: Mild AD(H)D, Moderate AD(H)D and Severe AD(H)D

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Originally Posted by Fuzzy12 View Post
Hm interesting. I guess there are two.ways you can look at this:

1. Symptom severity
2. impairment severity

Clinically I think point 1 Should matter more but when it comes to diagnosis it seems like only point 2 matters.
Looks like it's number of symptoms present as well severity/impairment.
Wonder how they weigh all that when there are other diagnoses present?
In my case, anxiety, past depression, ptsd and a touch of autism.
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