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    If i ignore adult ADHD.
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    Chrisbett posted:
    What if i ignore ADHD will i ever feel back to normal by just a diet change at 31? And after all these years could this be why i have had many job changes?
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    Patricia Quinn, MD responded:
    Indeed, ADHD could be the reason for all the job changes as this is commonly seen in ADHD adults. I urge you, however, not to ignore your ADHD. Seek out an expert in your area and see if you have ADHD, you'll be glad that you did.

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    awink32276 responded:
    I am 35 and was diagnosed several years ago and ignored it and it has caused major problems in my relationship that I was not even aware of and almost caused me to lose a very special pperson. After discovering how ADHD effects your life by researhing online I realized hoe this disorder has unknowingly effected my entire life. I had to get to a bad place in life to come to terms with this and I am seeking help. It will give you a sense of relief just understanding this disorder if it is what you have.


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