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... How long does adderall stay in your system once you have stopped taking it? ... (1 replies)
... I am wondering if they will ever go completely away. Does anyone have any answers as to how long this takes to get complety out of your system, so there is not even a trace left? ... (5 replies)
Son Out Of Control
Apr 14, 2005
... As for the anger issue, we haven't had that too badly with our 12 year old...no more than with ANY 12 year old boy, anyway. What we DID experience with the Adderall was a horrible reaction with the changing hormones of puberty. Bryson was on Adderall for a couple of years and it worked excellently for him. ... (16 replies)

... I'm going to be difficult and ask a couple of more questions. ... (7 replies)
... Odd that your doc didn't explain that Adderall and the other stimulants don't "build up" in your system like, for instance, Prozac does. ... (9 replies)
... I find it easy to understand if exercise. Exercise forces our brains to come up with the neuros we are short on. If, and how I so do wish, I could make a decent living with my butt out of this chair, I'll bet I could just say no to drugs too. I love the outdoors. ... (4 replies)
... hypertension. Nothing to warrant meds. ... (44 replies)
... Look, I know my post is pretty lengthy, but I could really use your advice with the questions I have. ... (1 replies)
... If the medicine is right for you, you shouldn't feel much different, but you should have an easier time staying focused, returning to task when you drift off, etc. If you give it a week and it does nothing, or if there are nasty side effects, try a different medicine. ... (37 replies)
... may I ask how old you are and when you were diagnosed? ... (10 replies)
Adderall dosage
Oct 18, 2007
... I am one of those people who takes 60mg of adderall a day. In probably the majority of medical publications I have seen and that are out there 30mg a day is listed as the highest standard dose. ... (3 replies)
... You will also likely find that you're less likely to crash when these meds lose their effect. The intense highs and lows tend to be more associated with Adderall than with these other meds. ... (7 replies)
... I agree that anyone who hasn't experienced ADHD can't understand how it feels. ... (7 replies)
Adderall Crash
Feb 22, 2011
... I've never taken it, but I had a coworker a few years ago who took it religiously. She was about your age, and took it for ADD also. ... (7 replies)
... An RN friend of mine with extensive psychology training recommend that I keep a daily journal when I began seeking an ADHD management solution. ... (0 replies)
... All of us suffering with mental disorders must become educated about our disorders to be effectively helped by medical professionals. ... (51 replies)
... Adderall is the only med that worked for me that I've tried so far. I have tried Concerta, Focalin, and Adderall XR with no luck. ... (5 replies)
... Anger, aggressiveness, and mood swings are stimulant side effects. My nephew had to get off Adderall for mood swings. He no longer has mood swings since he's been off it, so it's a sure thing that is what caused it. ... (19 replies)
... age 5. On meds for Kindergarten then nothing until 7th grade. started 8th grade without and do not think he will go back on any meds. At 5 tried Ritalin, spaced out and highly talkative. ... (9 replies)
... Dr. Amen don't mention anything in his book about cutting back on medication as one progresses into treatment. He does point out that there's 6 types of ADD. ... (6 replies)


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