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... Several things came to mind while reading your post, I'll address them as I remember them, which means they'll be in no particular order. ... (3 replies)
... I'm in college right now and have been taking Adderall XR 20mg for almost two years now. ... (3 replies)
... About 2-8 hours for a normal-sized dose. Unless it is a controlled-release pill, that lasts longer. However, it should never last longer than 24 hours. (1 replies)

A better day?
Jul 24, 2008
... The plan is immutable. 1. You MUST get on the right meds at the right dose. 2. Then you MUST find the system right for you to help you structure your life. Part 2 is called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. ... (5 replies)
Help for my son
Jun 3, 2008
... acting as Adderall, it doesn't need to build up in the system. But, if he does better taking it every day, then do that. ... (4 replies)
... ere doesn't seem to be too much of a problem with interactions betweent the two except for apptite supression for the time that the dex' was still kicking around in my system. ... (1 replies)
... [IKatie, I have adult Add and I dont think you should take strattera or adderal.Strattera will make you feel like you have a constant bladder infection and forget having an orgasm after the second week,Adderal makes your heart beat like a locomotive and also makes it hard to come after a while.the best drugs are the sustained release ones like concerta and dexedrine ,they... (17 replies)
... Some people who dont respond to ritalin products will respond better to dexedrine or adderall. ... (8 replies)
... though only minimally. The very minimal effect on dopamine is probably why only small improvements in ADHD symptoms are usually seen on Wellbutrin. ... (7 replies)
... amphetamine. An IR version would release the entire dose earlier in the day than Vyvanse taken at the same time. I think you stand the same chance as a snowball in heck of getting a Dexedrine IR prescription even if you hadn't been evil and wicked. Bad girl. ... (8 replies)
... supply of the above neurotransmitters, messages generated within the higher brain, self control, analytical thought, concentration, motivation, etc. can be lost in the synapses before reaching their destinations, leaving the lower brain functions to run things on their own without guidance. ... (4 replies)
Help for my son
Jun 3, 2008
... I notice that if I don't give him the meds on the weekends, that it takes until Wednesday for these meds to start to really work again. Must need to build up in his system? ... (4 replies)
... Although I've really dropped the ball of late as far as providing support for you all, I've really come to count on you too. You've all made a real difference in my life in the short time that I've been here. I even told my doctor that I've joined an online support group and that it's done wonders. ... (32 replies)
... The drugs are not going to "cure" you or make you organized or motivated. They also, if taken in reasonable dosages, are not likely to permanently damage your brain, despite the scare stories in the ether. ... (7 replies)
... in my 4th year in University. ... (5 replies)
... seemed happy and content yet teacher said he did better in the classroom with Ritalin. Reason I took him off Ritalin? ... (9 replies)
So Frustrated
Aug 12, 2005
... anyway, the doc wanted him to use Concerta. My son CANNOT swallow a pill. Tried everything in the book and then some. He takes regular Adderall once in the am after breakfast 30mg and only on school days. ... (6 replies)
... i don't think you are very educated on medication at all...yes there MIGHT be some side effects that will eventually catch up with us in the future..but to live with ADD without treatment, that is not living at all!! ... (37 replies)
... I wouldn't go so far as to say that stimulant medication "causes" heart attacks. Though it may definitely be a contributing factor in people with underlying medical conditions they may be unaware of. ... (29 replies)
... Yes, there is depression in my family....I'm bipolar and i think others are in the family but are in denial....Today they took him off Concerta and put him on Dexedrine because he was banging his head against the wall non stop and having uncontrollable tantrums.... ... (9 replies)

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