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... so I decided to get off the Wellbutrin altogether rather than switch back to the SR, and I've been without any for about five days and I'm not sure if I'm having withdrawl symptoms or if its just the old ADD me. ... (6 replies)
... ochondriac who suffers from anxiety because of it they think it could be related to that. Is it possible that the symptoms I'm describing could be attributed to withdrawl from the ritalin? ... (2 replies)
... yone is different and responds differently to meds. I was on adderallxr 30 mg for 2 weeks, and it made me feel "abnormal" and prior to that I was taking generic ritalin 10mg 3 times a day and I felt more focused and normal. ... (7 replies)

... What is worse than addiction is the eventual deregulation/desenzitation of brain receptors from constant stimulation from a drug which causes those receptors to die off or become less sensitive which can lead to tolerance and symptoms simular to withdrawals including depression. (7 replies)
... now i've been taking adderall regular release 15mg 3xday. i have alot of cousins with ADD also and they take ritalin. my mom wants me to switch from adderall to ritalin because she said my cousins developed eating disorders and wont eat. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Josephine. I know absolutely nothing about Solian, but I have taken ritalin for the past 12 years, and it helps me immensely. ... (3 replies)
... :bouncing: Hooray someone replied! I've been off the Wellbutrin for a few months altogether and I have mixed feelings. I don't miss the XL and all those side effects, but the Wellbutrin SR worked pretty well overall. It's interesting seeing how my ADD is these days when I'm taking just Ritalin. My symptoms are much more noticeable, but I've decided that its a good thing,... (6 replies)
Ritalin Problems
Oct 25, 2006
... I have not been able to find anything online that points to these symptoms being a part of too much ritalin or an adverse reaction so if anyone has experienced anything similar please let me know! ... (1 replies)
... just switched from Rit SR 80mg daily to ADD XR 60mg daily and I feel terible. I thought it would be a smooth transition but it has not been. I am checking about withdrawl from Rit. They say it is better but I have not seen it yet...Good luck........ ... (18 replies)
... But doctors do have the nerve to tell people they cannot become dependant or addicted unless they abuse the drug, right? But clearly one cannot have withdrawals unless one is dependant or addicted now, can they? So sorry about the withdrawals. Since you've been through it before with narcotics, you know it will eventually get better so hold on, ok? But after withdrawal... (13 replies)
... m completely wacky again and everything is falling apart. I am tapering off the ritalin and am down to 10mg per day. When we discussed coming off of the meds, my doctor treated the tapering method as sort of an afterthought. ... (13 replies)
... If you have, you know that many people DO experience withdrawl symptoms including depression, lethargy and lack of energy. ... (149 replies)
... sorry to bring uo a old post but I stopped taking the ritalin and my wife said i was better on it and so did my doc so we are doing the same thing now. He used office visits to suggest ADD over a period of about 6 months. ... (5 replies)
... Well, at least you know the difference between addiction and dependancy. Lord, the doctors that told me I couldn't be in withdrawals because I wasn't addicted!!! Now, they surely can't be that dumb, they were all board-certified at a top establishment in our area. I think they either were that brain dead, or were given misleading info from drug reps, or simply in denial.... (149 replies)
... In a basic sense, Ritalin doesn't stimulate the release of dopamine, like Adderall. ... (149 replies)
... This is a common side effect with Ritalin and similar drugs. It can be frustrating to be mentally stimulated but not able to manifest these feelings in the physical. ... (4 replies)
... I feel that ritalin is a narcotic,as does my sons doctor. Like any narcotic drug there is an addiction factor, and withdrawl symptoms as well. ... (2 replies)
... Andy, you will not suffer "withdrawl symptoms" because it is nonaddictive. You can safetly take "medication holidays" without worrying about any kind of withdrawl symptoms. Be aware, that you must be weened off of antidepressant drugs that are sometimes used for ADHD clients. This can be severely dangerous. ... (149 replies)
... If anyone in your household is abuse prone, keep under lock and key. If you don't want your place broken into, don't tell anyone. Dope fiends will target house if they know. Let's split hairs - No stimulant is physically addictive - except caffeine. Your body does not go through withdrawals when discontinued. I usually don't make an issue over anyone claiming that... (5 replies)
... hi Phoenix 04, right first off is anyone there for you to support you? let you catch your breath for a while? right it's fantastic that you have cut the artifical colours and preservatives, sugars, from his diet and it could be a combination of the change in his diet causing withdrawl, the medication it's only been three days right? could be? may i ask what medication he's... (16 replies)




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