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Old 02-09-18, 04:19 PM
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Is ADD a commorbity of ADHD?

In your opinion..

-Is ADD a commorbity of ADHD?

-Is ADD a separate disorder than ADHD?






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Re: Is ADD a commorbity of ADHD?

Haven't you asked this question before recently a bunch of times? It seems like you keep asking the same question.
Or maybe I'm just a grump and need a nap lol.
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Re: Is ADD a commorbity of ADHD?

Also...I'm just curious...but why? Why does it matter to you so much?
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Re: Is ADD a commorbity of ADHD?

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Haven't you asked this question before recently a bunch of times? It seems like you keep asking the same question.
Or maybe I'm just a grump and need a nap lol.

If I did I do not remember?

If you could find where I did post that question would help?






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Re: Is ADD a commorbity of ADHD?

I'm closing this thread because it duplicates several active threads already in existence.

(Please see this thread for an explanation. In addition to the threads listed there, there is also this thread, where in your 2nd post, you refer to "A comparison of the characteristics of ADHD and ADD".)

Please refrain from posting any more new threads about ADD vs ADHD vs SCT, unless there is a substantially new question or source involved. (Please check with me if you are unsure.)

Please use one of the existing, open threads for further discussion of this topic.

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