0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:ADHD and Other Medical Conditions in ChildrenIf you have a child who is currently undiagnosed but you suspect has any of the following health issues:<br /> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/search/search_results/default.aspx?query=Tourette%27s%20syndrome&sourceType=undefined">Learning Disabilities<br />Tourette's Syndrome</a> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/search/search_results/default.aspx?query=Mania/bipolar&sourceType=undefined">Oppositional Defiant Disorder <br />Conduct Disorder<br />Anxiety and Depression <br />Mania/Bipolar Disorder</a> <br /> <br />then please read this article for more help<br /> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/conditions-childhood-adhd">ADHD and Other Medical Conditions in Children</a> <br /> <br />Remember that you can also use the WebMD search engine to look up more articles too.<br /> <br />WebMD has <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/webmd-exchanges/mental-health-exchanges">related mental health communities</a> if you are looking for a reply from a WebMD health professional. We also have a group of <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/webmd-exchanges/parenting-exchanges">parenting communities</a> so that you can share your stories with other parents!<br /> <br />- Annie<br />
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