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... with no negative. I am going to speak with him about adding Wellbutrin. I just hope it doesn't come with the nasty withdrawals if I ever decide to discontinue it! Thanks a lot Thunor! Yourself, and Bob have made my experience that much easier. ... (7 replies)
... You are making a wise decision to quit if you are experiencing tolerance of the drug. Yes, ask a doctor about tapering, but if you experience any withdrawal symptoms, slow it down even more than the doc recommends if you must. He may say it's you and not withdrawal, because basically in regards to psych meds, most docs think it only takes 2 weeks off a drug and magically your... (3 replies)
... I have been on Adderall for about 7 months and recently stopped. I know what you are experiencing and it know doubt sucks! My withdrawls seemed to last about a week. ... (4 replies)

... I have been on Adderall for about 7 months and recently stopped. I know what you are experiencing and it know doubt sucks! My withdrawls seemed to last about a week. ... (4 replies)
Adderall dosage
Mar 14, 2005
... In worst case scenario, tolerance is pretty nasty, causing the drug to become ineffective, and having withdrawals while still on the med! This calls for higher and higher dosing, which endangers a person to suffer from more side effects of the drug. ... (14 replies)
... codone withdrawals before when I was abusing them, and Effexor Withy D's seem to be worse. ... (7 replies)
... Too much Adderall could very well be the cause of your child's personality disturbances. I've experienced it and so have many others who have posted here. ... (4 replies)
... what you are experiencing. For the first time in your life you know what it is like to be normal. It is a damned hard thing to give up. Nevertheless, give up the Adderall until you see a doctor that can prescibe a med or a combination of meds that will give you the same focus without the heart problems. ... (3 replies)
... It is probably the combination of Adderall and Effexor. Effexor is a stimulating antidepressant. Adderall is a stimulant. ... (15 replies)
... ed and irritated and somewhat depressed. So, I would go back on it to rid myself of the symptoms. This cannot be good. I have decided this will be my last day on Adderall and I will just have to deal with the withdrawals until the stuff is out of my system. ... (1 replies)
Adderall fears
Jan 29, 2015
... I have been on adderall for many years. It's helps me in so many ways. Without it I am a wall of frustration can't complete tasks and racing around to fast and I always get hurt. ... (2 replies)
Stopping Adderall
Nov 30, 2014
... what might some possible withdrawals be that we should be aware of? ... (1 replies)
... Yes, Wellbutrin and Zyban are both bupropion, so your reasoning is sound. I haven't tried coming off Wellbutrin as yet (and I'm on a rather significant dose), but the best course of action as I understand it is to make sure you taper down, rather than going cold turkey or you will get some nasty withdrawals. As for your son, it's none of my business, but make sure he gets... (7 replies)
... Well I'd help, Bob, but you already covered it! Honestly though, I'd look to something more ADHD-specific before I went back to the Effexor, especially if it's problematic for you. Talk to the doctor about increasing the Adderall, or perhaps adding something like Wellbutrin or Intuniv. You could look at Strattera too, but the consensus here tends to be that Strattera is... (7 replies)
... lb, No it is not OK to cold turkey Effexor. Part of what you are experiencing could be withdrawals. Effexor is especially physically addictive. Somehow you must find it within yourself to stop the booze and food addictions. Both kill Adderall's efficacy. And cold/flu meds? --- A comedian joked about one, "the coughing, sneezing, how-did-I-wake-up-on-the-kitchen-floor... (3 replies)
... I've never known Adderall to be addictive as I have taken it for about five years and stopped taking it due to my new ins. company not covering it. There were no withdrawals or problems except of course all my ADD symptoms were back. ... (8 replies)
Adderall tolerance
Jun 30, 2005
... I started taking adderall XR 20 mg about 4 months ago. I took it for about 2 months and stopped when school was out for the summer. ... (1 replies)
... I used to have a similar issue with irritability. Tolerance with amphetamines goes up rather quickly. So, in a way you are dealing with withdrawals. If you don't like upping your dose, I would start taking weekends off. Try to loose some of your tolerance to the drug. It could actually take, from what I understand" weeks or more to get back to the tolerance you had a year... (4 replies)
... Please I'm already sick enough with a pneumonia. How bad and will withdrawals from 40mg ir a day for about a month be? ... (9 replies)
... samikm, You can probably cold turkey without experiencing withdrawals. You might have a sleep deficit so try stopping on a day when, if needed, you can spend the day resting and napping. It should take no longer than 1 day to recover a sleep deficit. If the lethargy continues, either you have developed a degree of physical addiction (rare after only 4 months) or you... (1 replies)

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