I’m an adult female, recently diagnosed with ADHD – Predominantly Inattentive Type at the age of 55. Have you run across a lot of scenarios where women weren’t diagnosed until later in life because they (and their doctors) attributed their ups and downs throughout their life to hormones? In my case, I was put on an anti-depressant to help with anxiety and balanced my hormones with bioidentical hormone creams. The combination helped tremendously, but as I’ve discovered through ADDA and it’s resources, as well as articles on ADDitude and TotallyADD, hormones played just a small part in my life compared to how my ADD brain has influenced every thought, action, and emotion. What are your thoughts?