i have not yet been diagnosed with adhd nor have i sought help of any kind. i am a 20 year old female college student and have been researching the disorder lately because i think i may have gone undiagnosed as a child. ive read that adhd (inattentive-type) can often go undiagnosed because the symptoms are much harder to detect than the impulsive ones. i have always had a hard time concentrating and getting focused. i am easily distracted and almost every time i am telling a story or explaining something i loose my train of thought at least once or just seem to go blank and in turn struggle with keeping long conversations going. i feel that this has put a strain on me socially placing a wall between me and others. these difficulties among other symptoms have always been very frustrating to me. this all being said however my grades in school have always been average or above. i was always in honors classes although i did seem to struggle with reading comprehension at times. i was wondering if it was possible to still have the disorder even though ive never really struggled with grades?
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