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My girlfriend has ADHD, as do I.
I take Adderall for it, her mom does not give her any, and isn’t willing to even take her to the doctor, because shes apparently to lazy to pay attention.
She has a long history of getting overall grades as low as 30s.
Hi. I am working in Seoul for a month now and I am covered with national insurance. Do they have the same ADHD meds as in the US? I was showing great results on low doses of adderall, ritalin and focalin. All 3 worked great at 25 mg/day. Does anyone know if they recognise ADHD in Korea, what meds they have and how to get them? I will run out in 2 months. Thanks.
This is a very descriptive video by someone who has ADHD. Just watch what happens as the video progresses.
ADHD public service announcement (PSA) to increase the awareness of adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Spread the word. (Real thoughts on ADHD and “behind the scenes” of this video): www.youtube.com