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    khaynes1 posted:
    My seven yr old had to be admitted to memorial behavior health!! Due to him flipping out on aderall!! They started him on ability today! When I went to see him he was really tired & had the hick ups!! Is this a normal reaction to this med?? My child has ADHD & ODD!! Should he even be on a anti- pshyc med?? I'm really confused!! Please want what's best for my baby!!
    momuv4girls responded:
    Medication is individual from child to child - - so what may work well for one, may be a disaster for the next.

    I am sorry about your son! I truly hope that the professionals at the Hospital will be able to sort out his medication and help him to feel better.

    Once home, you need to find a really, really, good, smart Child Psychiatrist to keep track of your son's medication, mood, behaviors etc....

    Did a Psychiatrist evaluate your son for ADHD?


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