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Done First Adhd Reddit

Many of you have most likely seen advertisements for Done for ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Doesn't it seem a bit too wonderful to be true? That is exactly what it is. I paid them $200 for a consultation during which I was given a treatment plan and a fictitious prescription and then nothing further. I followed up twice a day, every day for a week and a half. They just state that they are attempting to contact the supplier, who has refused to put the script in. They were successful in having my Trustpilot review removed. Every single positive review is clearly written by them. Has anybody else been duped by them? Edited to reflect that they did, in fact, send it in. But I'm not convinced it was worth all the stress.

I've been using this telemedicine service for a few months and getting a response or a refill has been a nightmare. I had to contact support every day for the final refill. I would not suggest it if you have anxiety and ADHD like myself. I'm going to make an appointment with a local psychiatrist to see if I can transfer my treatment. Has anybody else done this successfully? I'm disappointed since DoneFirst has the potential to be so much better. I also went to Ahead online and am presently on their telemedicine provider's waitlist. Any feedback on their response would be appreciated. I dislike leaving my home for a medical visit if it isn't required, which is why I've stayed with Done, but I'd rather have the confidence that I'll receive an answer when I need it.

Hello It's my first time utilizing telemedicine with DoneFirst. I've had most of these symptoms for much of my life, and I just discovered that I was labeled with ADHD as a youngster, which I don't remember and had to confirm with some of my family members. So I arranged and will have my first meeting with donefirst tomorrow, and I'm a bit apprehensive since I thought things like this had to be evaluated in person. But I took a risk on donefirst, and I'm hopeful they can really assist as all the reviews claim. I'll publish an update as soon as my appointment is over to assist anybody else who is thinking about utilizing their services.

Please call the Ahead team at 1-855-306-7786 if you have any concerns or need help transferring your medical records. Please dial 911 if you are having a mental health emergency. Please visit the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website for emergency contact information, phone 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or 1-800-799-4889 (TTY), or visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website for immediate support.

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