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  • Still confused did the Dr get it right :?
  • mango69
    Posts: 967
    Welcome to the forum carebear, have you a child with the diagnosis of PDA? Was this quite recent? Are you feeling a bit shellshocked? We are here to help if we can.
    Margo
  • Hi Margo , my son had a diagnosis of PDA last june and has just turned 13 :)
    carebear
  • Lixina
    Posts: 289
    Doctors don't always get it right. The biggest issue is - does the diagnosis help him? Does it help you understand him better? Do the suggestions for dealing with PDA work with him? Does it get him services that are beneficial?
  • webbwebb
    Posts: 2,578
    Hi

    Do you feel he fits the criteria for PDA?

    What else do you feel it could be?

    Paula
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