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hi,i have 19 mnt old son who had delayed milestones starting from his head control but now he can walk nt yet speakd,now my problem is I suspect him for adhd  ‘always keep moving d doors and windows and makes annoying noises with whatever toys he have against the floor. He loves to watch TV even for 24 hours.he rushes to watch some particular songs in TV. he can't sit in 1 place except while watching tv ,and does not respond  to my call immediately.  he does not  even know to eat a biscuit/drink water,milk  by himself, and doesnt goes to bed soon and does nt understand what i speak,has tempertantrum ,keep watching vehicles moving when we take him out.otherwise he plays with toys and plays hide and seek  with us.pl help me with out ignoring iam in need of ur help please
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Check his hearing.  Some of that sounds like typical 19 month old though.
305180 tn?1279720347
19 months is very very young to be able to diagnose. They typically dont start even thinking about it until age 5 or 6. Both my girls starte showing signs and symptoms in Kidergarten but I would not let a diagnosis begin until first grade.
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Every parents cares about there child, in some cases child does not understand or ignore  the things. Consult child doctor. I have some information that I want to share:
All children get fidgety or impatient from time to time. Now and then, their attention wanders or they need to run around and blow off steam. And as we know, sometimes kids say the darndest things. But when inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior are the norm for a child, it may be a sign of ADHD. ADHD can lead to problems at home and at school, with family, teachers, and peers, so it’s important to identify the symptoms and get help.

Symptoms:
    *  being easily distracted from a task, lesson, or conversation
    * difficulty keeping the mind on any one thing
    * getting bored with a task before it’s completed
    * skipping over details
    * making careless mistakes
    * difficulty listening when directly addressed
    * difficulty following instructions or finishing tasks
    * disorganization and forgetfulness
For More Information: http://www.helpguide.org/mental/adhd_add_signs_symptoms.htm#signs
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