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... is going to say, "oh yes, well try this nexxium or whatever else they could possible give you". don't take what you hear as gospel. what a statement. oh yes, and everything your doctor tells you should be gospel? ... (3 replies)
... Pleae help! I was successfully treated with Ritalin for 10 years, before developing a very bad, permanent case of acid reflux. ... (3 replies)
... For some reason I am having problems with my Ritalin hurting my stomach pretty bad. I was diagnosed with adult add about 9 months ago when I decided to retun to school to finish up my degree. ... (3 replies)

... Since you describe much fighting and arguing at night when the Concerta has worn off, you may find that an afternoon dose of Ritalin will bring some peace to your family. During starvation, stomach acid production goes down, not up. ... (29 replies)
... released, so if your son is doing well on Concerta, an afternoon Ritalin will continue the therapeutic benefits throughout the evening. Methylphenidate does not cause increased stomach acid production. ... (29 replies)
... Yes, Amphetamines are notorious for causing GERD like symptoms. They can cause irritation of the esophogus lining and stomach lining. These symptoms wont happen at first but for some they will appear a few months after taking the meds everyday. ... (3 replies)
Symptoms of ADD?
Nov 16, 2005
... I am an ADD single mom, with an ADD daughter and ADHD son for 23 years. My daughter's grades were average, but when she was small it took her along time to do her homework, and was exhausting us all..... ... (12 replies)
... l XR is very gentle for the most part, but it does have a powerful stimulatory effect on the central nervous system. After it wears off, you're going to be tired and irritable as the body copes. That doesn't mean one shouldn't take it, though... ... (23 replies)

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