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post Apr 04, 2016, 03:20 AM
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I am 29 years old and diagnosed with ADHD and are taking Cerebrrin for 1 year, since we started with treatments'm sure at all, neurologists make it clear that the pill does not work miracles and that medication should always be accompanied by therapy psychological and pedagogical as well as a personal accompaniment with our children ... I think the most important thing is to find a better present and future for them, in my case the medication was fabulous. Every day improvement although their oversights come occasionally, remember that they are like all children, playful and mischievous ... My advice is to look for a good specialist or up to 2 who give opinions and treatment if they show up ... remember that before any side effects should inform the doctor that the medication change them, do not forget that in the end what further help our children with ADHD is love, attention and understanding.

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