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How do hormones affect your ADHD symptoms, your medications or other lifestyle factors such as sleep, diet, relationships and more.

Thousands of women with ADHD are tracking their cycles and hormones with Letterlife.

AND you can also connect with them in our community or match with a ADHD-Buddy to have one to one support or Ask one of our doctors, gynecologist, midwifes or coaches questions directly in the app and get replies within 24 hours!

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