Should I get diagnosed with ADHD?
I'm somewhat consistent with the symptoms, and I'd like to be cured with medication, but I'm not sure if it's worth the high cost of a doctor's appointment.
I'm not sure.
I don't know if I can rely on that kind of psychological test.
I guess I'll just have to trust it, since there's no point in doubting it.
I've been hyperactive since I was a child, and I've been told I'm restless and loud.
It should be mandatory in the medical checkup.
If it's at the level of hesitation, you don't need it.
Go when there's nothing left to do.
I don't think I need it.
I think I'm just lazy, but if by any chance it's ADHD, I hear it can be cured with medicine, and I want to cure it.
(You don't have to take it.
There's no such thing as a cure.
Kanji: It's not a cure, it's a symptom suppressant.
Hyperactivity, lack of concentration, inability to multitask, losing things, being late a lot, and procrastinating on appointments are also common in normal people, right?
If it can be cured by medicine, I want it too.
I guess it can only be suppressed.
What's the benefit of being diagnosed with ADHD other than being able to get medication?
If being told clearly that you have ADHD makes you think, "I have ADHD, so I'll be careful in the future," then I think it's worth it.
It would be nice to be able to say, "Now that I've been diagnosed, I'm going to check my stuff again tomorrow.
If you're still in doubt, it's hard to change your life.
I see what you mean.
I think it's normal to only do things that interest you.
If you need medication because it interferes with your life, you should take it.
How much of a hindrance is it?
It's not uncommon for my mind to be so slow that I can't think clearly enough to be aware of it.
I'm still in college, so I don't feel it's that much of an inconvenience.
If it's not that inconvenient, maybe you can't get meds.
If it's medicated, people aren't having a hard time.