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I am experiencing inattention, difficulty concentrating, headache (severity: mild) (time frame: gradual) (occurred: 1 - 3 hours) (side: front) (worsened by: psychological stress, being tired) (unaffected by: bending forward, changes in sleep pattern, sneeze or cough, exercise, being at high altitude, skipping meals) (better by: rest, stress management) (associated with: dull or aching sensation) (not associated with: occurring at the same time of day, sensation of pressure or fullness, sharp or stabbing feeling, throbbing sensation, wake you from sleep), loss of temper, mood swings, hyperactivity, learning disability, difficulty solving problems, poor concentration, and memory problems. i do not have the following risk factor(s): lead exposure or exposure to toxic chemicals.

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Dr. Cyma Khalily
Psychiatry 35 years experience
NEED PSYCHIATRIST: This is a huge list of symptoms. You really need to be evaluated by a psychiatrist. Unclear if you have ADHD or Bipolar or both. Need someone to evaluate you and spend more time getting information

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