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... effects, effects of the drugs vary... ... (18 replies)
... for two years now. It's been a godsend to say the least. I grew up starting dozens of projects at a time and finishing none of them. Now, I finish almost everything I start. ... (9 replies)
... So, I'll do my best with Methylphenidate. I'll start by defining a couple of terms. ... (27 replies)

... I am 42 with ADD. I was on Ritalin a few years ago then stopped. When I started again I had really bad headaches taking it. ... (1 replies)
... I personally found Adderall to be much stronger than Ritalin. Again, everyone is different in how their body reacts to medication, so it's kind of hard to decide from others' opinions. I could "feel" Adderall but not Ritalin. ... (18 replies)
... Trying different meds is certainly worth a try, though if you found that Ritalin works for you, I would absolutely lean in the direction of sticking with it. ... (44 replies)
... dexedrine is a controlled substance...in the same class as ritalin, adderall and desoxyn which are considered class 2...considered to have limited uses and very high abuse rate.. ... (18 replies)
... always have shown a ton of symptoms but I wanted a professionals opinion. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to the club. What sort of process did you go through for your diagnosis? ... (3 replies)
... Tomorrow I will take my first 5mg Adderall dose. My prescription is for 5mg twice a day. My doctor was reluctant to prescribe it, being skeptical of it being much different than Dexedrine, which is also amphetamine. ... (1 replies)
... e amount of certain neurotransmitters available in the brain, while reuptake inhibitors like Strattera increase those levels indirectly by blocking the breakdown of the affected neurotransmitters. ... (1 replies)
... I found Ritalin to work well, and I found that I wasn't overly irritable. ... (3 replies)
... Now that I'm typing all of this, maybe I need to try other options. I did try Ritalin and Concerta before Adderall and both had weird side effects. On Concerta I would find myself in places and couldn't remember how I got there or what I was doing, basically losing time. ... (6 replies)
... the extended release feature, he's quite forgetful when it comes to taking his meds and the idea of just one pill a day was appealing to him. ... (7 replies)
... Candy if the ritalin is working for you with no real negative side effects why switch? ... (7 replies)
... It enables me to make good decisions. I remain very capable of making bad decisions. It's up to me. A significant contributor is the ADHD coaching I've gotten through my psychologist and through this board. ... (27 replies)
... I've never heard of Concerta B, and a quick internet search turned up nothing on the subject. ... (1 replies)
Is ADD a disorder?
Sep 30, 2005
... It was ok, but I could tell didn't kick in as fast or as effective as ritalin. I'm scared to go to the 36mg because of his sensitivity to the stimulants. ... (29 replies)




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