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... Of course you are not a loser. Years of amphetamines for ADD could easily tempt a teen, who might have become tolerant and thus never quite feels right even on the med, to experiment for a bit of better feeling or simply to make the med more effective so they can be "normal" again. You know, most in the medical field feel taking ADD meds in childhood will stop a teen from... (8 replies)
... To Norat ~*~ How right you are... I don't come here often because the views can be very skewed on meds. and very often uninformed! :confused: For our family it is real, we treat not only ADD, but Epilepsy, Autism, and Sinsory Intergration Dysfunction with both diet control and meds. We spend tons of time on the research and in the pede neurologists office. We... (17 replies)
... The point of snorting it would be to get quicker absorbtion thru the mucus membranes instead of waiting for it to dissolve in the stomach. ... (17 replies)

... Who calls it kiddie coke? Who says it addictive? Please don't make such reckless statements without medical proof. Are you suggesting I'm addicted because I use Ritalin? Every single board is the same, the board says it's a "resource for people with ADD" but it always ends up a board where non-add people come to rag on our meds. (17 replies)
... Thanks for the replies, No I am not currently using any drugs other than alcohol caffeine and ephedrine the latter two in hope of regulating my moods a bit better. (18 replies)
... You need speed. Look, been there, done that, and if you know that you will start snorting it again, don't go there. Addiction is worse than unmanaged ADHD. ... (18 replies)
... My son just turned 13 and is repeating 6th grade. He was diagnosed at age 7 with ADD inattentive type. He was started on Concerta and has progressed up to 36 mg. ... (25 replies)
Signs of addiction
May 11, 2005
... #1 can fall under tolerance and dependancy; the dosage must be raised to have same effect and prevent tolerance withdrawal symptoms, so it is more physical in those cases and that is not considered "addictive behavior" but mistaken as such when doctors do not raise dosage high enough to cover symptoms. So #1 is sometimes addictive behavior or sometimes the other tolerance... (21 replies)
Mar 4, 2003
... Hi everyone, I'm new to the board. Just read some of the stuff floating around and thought I'd add my two cents' worth. ... (50 replies)

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