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I have a son that is hyperactive, I thought so? Well, actually he is 9 years old now. I have noticed that he is so active when he was at the age of 3. He's good in school but when you command with or something like it he won't take it seriously or taking it for granted. And incident like this. When he was in the computer the chair would have fall many times, I talked with his pediatrician doctor about it and he said it was just clumsiness. So, the thought of being assumed "ADHD" has gone. But now the possibility and doubt come again. Observing that he can't behave and stay in one place in minutes. Do I have to worry now and go to doctor?
ADHD occurs in most settings, particularly school. You would have probably heard his teachers tell you they were concerned about a lack of focus, inattention, hyperactivity, etc. A lot of children think parents are overprotective or nothing will happen to them. Are there any other reasons you are concerned?