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Addressing ADHD in Women: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment

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Addressing ADHD in Women: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment

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    Girls and women with ADHD are often underdiagnosed and undertreated compared to boys and men, which puts them at risk of serious issues like unplanned pregnancies, cigarette smoking, and even anxiety and depression. To help us better identify and manage girls and women with ADHD, psychiatric nurse practitioner Ashley Baker speaks with Dr. Kathleen Nadeau, Founder and Clinical Director of the Chesapeake Center for ADHD Learning and Behavioral Health in Bethesda, Maryland. 

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    Girls and women with ADHD are often underdiagnosed and undertreated compared to boys and men, which puts them at risk of serious issues like unplanned pregnancies, cigarette smoking, and even anxiety and depression. To help us better identify and manage girls and women with ADHD, psychiatric nurse practitioner Ashley Baker speaks with Dr. Kathleen Nadeau, Founder and Clinical Director of the Chesapeake Center for ADHD Learning and Behavioral Health in Bethesda, Maryland. 

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