Absolutely not, if your child needs help of any sort, then that's what your job is to make sure that your child and family are in the best health possible. If you feel that he needs help with ADHD/BIPOLAR ISSUES, then by all means, get him the help. It will make his life a lot easier and more manageable. He will thank you for this later on when he can make sense of everything and has the ability to completely understand. Don't doubt yourself for anything. If something concerns you, it's best to get it checked out rather than not and maybe have severe consequences later. As a parent, I'd rather be safe than sorry. Do what you have to do to get your children the best medical care possible. Good luck.
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