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Ok Murthy, I'm posting each of my children separately as you have suggested. Please let me know specific questions about their history and I will answer to the best of my knowledge!

Troy, almost 7
Every definition of ADHD, scared to be left alone, sleeps in a fetal position or on his stomach, afraid of dying, very mean to girls -- especially his sister, cusses when really mad, very safety conscious, bounces off the walls, very rough, spoke his first word days after he turned two, dyslexic, very affectionate to mom -- no one else. Just before he turned two, we were involved in a car accident; the car hit the passenger side where I was sitting in the front and Troy was in his car seat directly behind me (Troy incurred no injuries that I know of).

Also, when I was carrying him: I was very apprehensive about having a third C-section (second one scared me) -- not happy at all about being pregnant for about 3 months. At 7 months along, I witnessed a car drive through my other two children's daycare -- pretty traumatic experience for everyone involved.
  ginab on 2004-10-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Ok.Let us see whether you can get some help now.

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