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... but he seemed really scattered in his thoughts. After 6 weeks on the Strattera, he stopped it and used Ritalin for a week or so. The evening let down time kept him pretty wired and he seemed really anxious, but his behavior in school was great. ... (8 replies)
... Concerta is a time release form of Ritalin. Over the past 3 years he has taken Ritalin, Concerta, Strattera, Strattera AND Ritalin, and now Strattera AND Concerta. ... (2 replies)
... The combination of Strattera with a stimulant has, so far, been working incredibly well for my son! This is his first time to take a stimulant. ... (12 replies)

Concerta, behavior
Aug 18, 2003
... outweighed the side effects. Around January or February though, his impulsivity became a real issue again while still on Concerta. In March or April we started Strattera and added the Ritalin in May. For him, the combination of the two meds seems to work well, all around. ... (3 replies)
Jul 15, 2006
... style changes. Above and beyond mild, some folks respond better to Wellbutrin, Strattera, Ritalin, Dexedrine. Others with a combination of meds. My experience is Adderall works well as long as I work with it. ... (3 replies)
... weighs about 70 lbs, and is currently on 36 mg of Concerta AND 40 mg of Strattera. We have tried Ritalin, Concerta, and Strattera individually and in combination. With Ritalin alone he took 15 mg in the morning, 10 mg at lunchtime, and 5 mg after school. ... (9 replies)
Is ADD a disorder?
Sep 30, 2005
... acting Ritalin you give him, it is still going to wear off in a few hours. ... (29 replies)
Mar 16, 2011
... approved drugs for ADHD in children include the nonstimulants Strattera ... ... (27 replies)
Queston to JBoon
Feb 29, 2004
... I will relay an interesting occurrence that happened today. We ran out of Strattera so today I only gave him one dose of Ritalin late this morning. ... (10 replies)
Sep 24, 2003
... well for a long time. Then his impulsivity returned with a vengence and his talking became incessant. We stopped Concerta, but we did switch to Strattera. The Strattera helps his eating and sleeping and his general activity level to some degree. Also, it keeps his impulsivity relatively controlled. ... (7 replies)
Queston to JBoon
Feb 16, 2004
... I give him Strattera and Ritalin after he eats breakfast. ... (10 replies)
... I've thought if trying that combination myself!... ... (18 replies)
... His behavior in school has been excellent, and he's eating and sleeping pretty well. The Strattera seems to prevent the evening let down that Ritalin alone creates. He's been on the combination of meds for three weeks so far with positive results. We'll see how things go... ... (5 replies)
... At the 1 week mark, the Concerta and Strattera combination gave me a child I would only dream about. This effectiveness has seemed to wear off when we hit the 2 week mark. ... (13 replies)
Feb 10, 2003
... At the 1 week mark, the Concerta and Strattera combination gave me a child I would only dream about. This effectiveness has seemed to wear off when we hit the 2 week mark. ... (152 replies)
ADHD frustration
Nov 16, 2011
... ive with them. They get so bad that it negates any positive effect of the medication. My headache got very bad this afternoon so I left work early. I'm done with Ritalin and all ADHD stimulant medication. ... (24 replies)
... He began medication at age 6 so he could function in school. We settled on Concerta, although recently the doctor we took him to really wanted to switch him to Strattera due to mood swings, as well as ticks that have developed. The doctor said Concerta can worsen ticks in some kids. ... (1 replies)
... My 14yo son takes Strattera. He, unlike me, loses his appetite easily and Strattera caused a PROFOUND loss of appetite for him. ... (2 replies)
... othing but make me jittery and sweaty. In the past few years, I thought my "scatteredness" was attributable to perimenopause or aging or antidepressants, or some combination of the three. But recently my frustration has become so severe that I determined to mention it to my psychiatrist last month. ... (10 replies)
... would not apply to adults, as children and adults see different effects from many drugs. Methylphenidate is a stimulant, and should affect you as such. I found Ritalin to be more effective for memory and focus in my case, rather than giving me the 'get up and go' effect that Adderall provides, but your results may vary. ... (10 replies)

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