I know this topic can be a lightning rod for argument, but I’ll work hard not to go there and please do the same. You may disagree with me. I may disagree with you. But that’s fine. I just want to hear differing opinions from parents of CWD. So here’s my question - Does your child having T1D make you MORE or LESS inclined to medicate your child if he/she were dx with ADD? I know the decision involves many factors, but I’m trying to just isolate the T1D aspect of things. I’ll go first. In most instances, I am not a fan of medicating ADD and I don’t see why having T1D would change that. The argument can be made that a medicated child will manage his T1D more responsibly, but I’d counter with all the traditional arguments against medication. But am I underestimating the importance of medicating as it related to managing T1D? That’s what I wrestle with. Maybe better management of T1D (if this is even the case) is worth the drawbacks of medicating for ADD. I don’t know. But am open to hearing what you think (even if you do not have a child with ADD). And other than better management of T1D, what other T1D-specific factors should be considered when deciding whether to medicate a T1D child?