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... much longer than the stimulants. It is for this reason that it is able to attain "steady state plasma levels" which is why it doesn't matter what time of day Strattera is taken. ... (1 replies)
... My almost 15yo has been on Strattera for almost 2 years, although we are currently weaning him off. ... (3 replies)
... I recently started strattera but really didnt notice anything I dont think. ... (2 replies)

... Yeah, I started on 40mg of Strattera in December, upped to 80mg in January and still doesn't work. Went to a prominant Psychiatrist and he prescribed me Concerta instead. ... (8 replies)
... bits. Our ped prescribed a starter dose of 25 mg for 4 days, moving to 40 mg after that. Before we begin, I'd like to feel comfortable about the combination of Strattera and Zoloft. Does anyone know of adverse effects of these two together? ... (2 replies)
... So far your experience parallels mine. You wanted to know when I started having the more serious side effects. I could say I started noticing the urinary and sexual side effects about 6-weeks in on full dose for me which was 80 mp/day. What you want to look for is a slight discharge after urinating that seems like semen. Also, note if you feel like you can't empty your... (20 replies)
... o ADHD daughter was most recently on Strattera and it seemed to work for over a year. Suddenly she is acting out so badly she has been suspended from school 2 times. Dr. ... (2 replies)
... Sherry, it would be a good idea to contact the doctor for weaning instructions on the Strattera rather than stopping it "cold turkey". ... (27 replies)
... Melantonin won't substituite for such a powerful drug like Risperdal which must be tapered off of. Chances are, the Strattera is causing the sleep problems to start with so weaning off that might bring back natural sleep without need of melatonin or Risperdal eventually. ... (11 replies)
... Cheryl - I understand your ambivilence about using medication. It is a very difficult decision to make and it's one that we've wrestled with daily. Here's what I think. Feel free to take it or leave it. Your son is still on a very low dose of Strattera. My opinion is either give him the full dose that the doctor recommends or drop it all together. Giving him a... (6 replies)
... This was true for us, too! My 13yo was on as much as 80mg/day. When I got frustrated and started weaning him, lo & behold, he did much better on 65mg. Go figure... (2 replies)
... also benefits from it. He had adverse symptoms from both Adderall and Strattera so his parents decided to get him off drugs completely. ... (11 replies)
... If the Adderall is loosing it's effectiveness, that's a sign of drug tolerance. A doctor may say that's not possible at the doses they prescribe but it is quite obvious that is what is going on. And with higher doses come higher risks. It can also take months to recover from the drug use even after slow weaning. It is also questionable about permanent changes the drugs can... (5 replies)




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