Hello, I'd like to help you with your question.
It is possible that you could have ADD (also called ADHD) but it is also just as likely that you might have a learning disability, which is different than ADD. ADD, or ADHD, is not a learning disability. And since you only are experiencing difficulty with reading, that may be another reason you might have a learning disability and not ADHD.
For adults who have the disorder, it is characterized by trouble concentrating, organizing tasks, remembering information and completing work on time. Up to 10% of children are diagnosed with ADHD and 60% of those carry the disorder into adulthood.
The criteria for Adult ADHD is different than with children. Here are some common symptoms you might experience with the disorder:Anxiety
Relationship problems or Marital Difficulties
Tendency to overlook details
Not paying attention during conversations, inability to listen well (in any conversation)
And here is a link for learning disabilities for adults:http://www.ldanatl.org/aboutld/adults/index.asp
To find out which diagnosis you might have, you can either see a counselor who specializes in learning disabilities or you can use an educational specialist/psychologist for an evaluation. To find one, you can either talk to your doctor for a referral, or search on line at:http://www.findcounseling.com/glossary/educational-psychologist.html
Treatment for ADD/ADHD ranges from medications to behavioral modification therapy. And treatment for learning disabilities range as well, depending on the type of disability. But either way you will be able to find assistance so you can perform better at your job.
I hope this has helped you,