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Old 02-03-18, 03:29 PM
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Re: Genetics of ADHD presentation?

I don't think so. Not if you're talking about DNA. That is, inherited or genetic.

Epigenetic changes can occur over time, leaving us more susceptible to
disease as we get older.

No one has determined the exact cause of ADHD at this time, but it is believed
that it's an inherited or genetic disorder.



Some inherited or genetic disorders or diseases progress during one's life.

Some may go through a period of inactivity or remission, and then go through
a period of activity or flare-up.

Some are caused by single gene inheritance. Some are caused by multi-factoral
inheritance. And another group is caused by chromosome abnormalities.
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