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... you have nothing to worry about except the very small possibility of showing up as false positive for meth or amphetamines. ritalin is something that has to be tested for individually and will not show up on any standard urine drug screen. ... (20 replies)
... This is my first post. First i want to say hello to all. I have been reading the health boards and the site is very imformative. thank you. ... (20 replies)
... they could get into trouble. Its not like Ritalin hinders your ability to do your job right? ... (20 replies)

... Well I took Ritalin a few month back and passed my det entrance exam and my job did not give me a random test at this time, now I am a detective doing cases and I am having a hard time organizing and writing reports. My co workers are noticing and some are starting to think I am stupid. ... (20 replies)
... Another person from my family takes Adderall and was tested. ... (20 replies)
... line in order to get my thoughts in order, and what I'm actually posting here is a heavily edited version of the loooong saga that poured from my typing fingers. Whew! ... (2 replies)
... I'm no expert but from what I have gleamed is that drugs have signatures or definitions much like computer viruses. If the tests look for the methylphenidate signature, they'll return a positive. ... (2 replies)
... ADHD diagnosis is to try medication and see if it works. He gave me a prescription for Ritalin and asked me to come back in 30 days. ... (2 replies)
... nyway, like you said, it was the sixties. But you still may have become addicted, treated for ADD or not, to meth because the street levels are alot more intense and you could have easily wanted to continue that intense feeling, right? ... (15 replies)
... There is no physical test that determines this. And whether or not there are any drugs which help your symptoms is also not an indicator of whether you have ADD. ... (5 replies)
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Dec 26, 2001
... If your son is as good at video games as you say, considering how complex and fast they are today, he does not have a problem with concentration! My son was and still is lightening fast and can beat several games, but always did poorly in school. ... (9 replies)
... Cipro is a brutally toxic drug. The only good thing about it is that it harms bacteria more than people, and anyone with an infection serious enough to require Cipro has my sympathies. ... (7 replies)
... nks for the compliment. It's a shame you have to take all those pills but at least you are sticking to low dosages. Basically though, the docs have you on uppers and downers. ... (13 replies)
... I'm a very slow reader too, and it takes me sooo long to understand something. ... (12 replies)
... All that talking made me able to make him see also, how he was making others feel alienated and frustrated with him. ... (22 replies)
... ADHD management solution. I started my journal just about a year ago. In it I recorded the feelings I experienced daily, the results of recommended ADHD remedies and most importantly insights on what makes me tick. ... (0 replies)
... At least I know I'm not the only one. I get upset just knowing that I get upset at these noises. It's not just his nose blowing and his burping, but I could also go through the ceiling whenever he uses the blender to mix those darn protein shakes of his. ... (12 replies)
... I am seeing a doctor this week for depression and OCD tendencies. Through my research of OCD I found some info on ADD and after doing numerous online tests and reading about people who have it, I am almost certain that I do. ... (1 replies)
... Because of my own experience with Effexor, I have unfortunately lost any faith I had in general practicioners and pediatritions as far as their knowledge of the side effects of withdrawing from psychotropic medications. ... (6 replies)
... Personally, my son seemed to be pretty much one that stood out in a crowd since a very small age. Not only was he melancholy and irritable, but he would get wild and other symptoms that made me almost think he was autistic. He also craved milk a lot, like a gallon a day. ... (1 replies)




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