ok i have had ADD since i was a kid (undiagnosed) and was diagnosed w/ ADD a few years back i was on meication for it but dropped the meds when my insurance got dropped. i work as a nursing assistant and eventually plan on becoming a nurse my malor reason for joining this site is be cause i need advice. i am so afraid of going back on medication and now that i have insurace it has taken away my excuse for not being on a treatment plan but latly i ahave found my self slowly falling back into my disorginized habits worse and worse and it is startingto affect my job which frustrates mebecause my job requires that i be organized (and forgetting an order from my nurse could get me fired or ptentialy hurt a patient which is the last thing i want. i was hoping that perhaps some one may have some avice on how to get on track.. before i try medicaton but latly it seems like the only possible solution.
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