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... Online's mom here. She and I had been posting about how Strattera was working for her lately and wanted to let you all know that we are quitting this drug as of today! ... (5 replies)
... Based on what I've seen from a number of posters here over the years, the most common side effects of Strattera will be tiredness and headaches. These may or may not be troublesome for your son, as everyone tends to react somewhat differently. ... (1 replies)
... I would like to make Strattera work but will it? ... (7 replies)

... Been over a year since last post, so hoping this post may cause folks to check back in and post updates. Like others, I'm curious on longetivity of some of those side effects. Seems like some had them go away, others did not. Either way, thought it might be useful to share my experience thus far, and welcome any feedback. I'm a 28 year old male. At age 18/19: Started... (128 replies)
... We are quitting Strattera as of today. I am going to start a new topic about the reasons...I want to alert readers to what has been going on with my daughter on her meds. ... (16 replies)
... Hi there! Thought I'd jump in. My 8 year old son has been on strattera for a little over 2 months. At the 2 month mark we were done!! ... (12 replies)
... xactly what I posted above to him. He also was reluctant to prescribe Adderall, but did prescribe Strattera. I am very happy. I will still take the Welbutrin for quitting smoking, but I'm glad for the Strattera because it is specifically for ADHD, where as Wellbutrin is not. ... (16 replies)
... he prescribed Wellbutrin, which is not typically an ADD medication. I felt as though he brushed over the fact that I may have ADD, and was more interested in me quitting smoking. Something that my doctor constantly pressures me to do. That is why I went back to see my other doctor. ... (16 replies)
... I would estimate one of the following is taking place; - The dosage is too low. - You son is not impulsive at all (something else is causing his erratic behaviour) - Your son is not taking the medication. Note that I am not fully convinced that he meets the requirements to be labelled impulsive. Parts of your description of him might suggest he is, yet other parts... (2 replies)
Feb 9, 2004
... It sounds like you were doing better all around while taking the medication, except for the lack of sleep, right? Instead of quitting the medicine, why not take the medicine, and at the same time try taking a natural supplement (like melatonin or something like that) in the evenings so that you can get a decent night's sleep (ask your doctor first though!). My dad is on a... (4 replies)

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