Dealing with dyslexia?

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  • Dealing with dyslexia?


Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 18:50
There is no medication for dyslexia. You don't necessarily become immune to may be able to take the same medication for your entire life. As an adult your medication needs may change. You may need a different dose or a different medication because your body has changed so much since you were in 3rd grade. Getting numbers mixed up is a serious issue for a doctor or even a registered or practical nurse. You are at high risk for a major mistake that can kill someone.
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