Qualified Clinician. There's no definitive diagnostic test for adhd — no blood analysis, no brain scan, no genetic screen — so it's not easy to tell whether a child or an adult has the disorder. A good clinical evaluation performed by a qualified individual such as a pediatrician, psychiatrist or psychologist is essential. Psychological testing can be beneficial in making this diagnosis. Start with your primary md.
See Expereience Dr. There are many online screening questions online that you can take to screen yourself. See a physician who has experience in diagnosising and treating adhd.
Significant symptoms. of ADHD-Primarily Inattentive Type, the type of this neurodevelopmental disorder, more common in adults, cause harmful dysfunction at school/work & home in academics, peer interaction & behavior, began before age 10 & have lasted > 6 mos. School-age symptoms may have been -Combined Type, with Inattention & Hyperactivity/Impulsivity. Seek psychiatric & (neuro) psychological evaluations for dx.