Could someone have ADD even though the results of her EEG came back normal?
An EEG currently cannot diagnose ADHD (Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder, another name for ADD (Attention Deficit
Disorder). It can tell whether or not there are any areas of the
brain that are concerning for seizures or a lack of activity, but
they are not diagnostic of this condition. They have started trying
to use them to predict ADHD behaviors, but this is in the research
phase. I would suggest you see a physician and get tested for ADHD
in the normal fashion.