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... But if I am going to study right away I will just take 15mg, or I will take 10mg then another 5mg like 15 min later. I dont like the feel of it sometimes. can be too strong. ... (4 replies)
... Try judging whether your Adderall is working by tracking the relative difficulty of a task such as reading, writing or arithmetic. No pun intended, really, whatever you know is difficult for you without it. ... (4 replies)
... yeah i was taking 15mg and then i tried to wean myself off them because i was afraid of building tolerance and afraid of amphetamine addiction, so my doctor put me own to 10mg for a lil bit. it did bring my tolerance down for awhile but my tolerance has built up again. ... (4 replies)

... Crushing it probably wouldn't make a difference (just not the XR version FYI. It would). I've crushed mine, let it desolve in my mouth before swallowing (only because I poped one without realizing I didn't have a bottle of water handy) and i didn't see any difference in effect either way I took it. I'm not sure about the 10 -vs- .5x15 phenomonon you described. I hate to... (4 replies)
... I got an odd problem...I switch back and forth between 10mg and 15 mg adderall cuz of my tolerance. ... (4 replies)
... To the best of my knowledge a meal will not decrease the sum total of Adderall absorbed but does decrease the rate of absorption. ... (2 replies)
... For maximum absorption, acidic juices shouldn't be consumed within a couple of hours of Adderall. ... (1 replies)
... then take the Adderall XR an hour and half later. I guess I could check the Nexium site too to see if there is anything about decreased absorption of other meds. ... (2 replies)
... I just was diagnosed a couple weeks ago. I was on Adderall 5 mg., and now am on 10mg. ... (2 replies)
... Citrus also decreases the effectiveness of stimulents. ... (5 replies)
... Fruit juices such as, ascorbic acid decrease the absorption of Adderall, making it less effective. Sodium bicarbonate, such as baking soda, increases the absorption of Adderall making it more effective. ... (4 replies)
... Actually Maria isn't very far off. Adderall XR is very gentle for the most part, but it does have a powerful stimulatory effect on the central nervous system. ... (23 replies)
... decrease the absorption of adderall. things that decrease acidity, such as sodium bicarbonate and antacids, increase the absorption of adderall. ... (1 replies)
... What I find disturbing is that you seem to be exhibiting signs of addiction and your doctor keeps upping your dose for you? ... (9 replies)
... In fact, I suspect the herbal supplements do not help as much because of poor absorption. ... (4 replies)
... d my own diagnosis and started treatment in 2008, titration was the norm, now it seems like doctors have forgotten it altogether. I'll also echo Hoshi's dislike of Strattera, I found that while it did help with self control to some degree, it led to extreme somnolence and nausea. ... (7 replies)
... I've taken Adderall XR for almost five years, and I've recently learned that acidic foods and substances can actually decrease how well the body absorbs the drug. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know the answer except that I would not give up fruit altogether because of the vital nutriton it provides. Perhaps limited amounts would do the trick. ... (1 replies)
... I read in the Package Insert for Adderall that anything acidic may decrease the absorption of dextroamphetamine and alkaline may increase the absorption. Does anyone know..... ... (1 replies)
... i think you need to really worry about baking soda ... in either case, before i switched to dex, my doc said is safe to take the prev and the adderall an hour later, or the adderall and the prev an hour later.. ... (2 replies)




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