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... Anxiety, Alcohol use, and ADD. Before this I was convinced I had dyslexia or something because it seemed like I read very very slow especiallyy with stuff that I thought was very boring. ... (2 replies)
... You can put my name on the Strattera male sexual dysfunction list. ... (128 replies)
... Probably Effexor. Strattera can interfere with the metabolism of some SSRIs. ... (1 replies)

... It is a myotic used for gluacoma. That would explain why your eyes dilated on the Strattera and caused the pain. Or was the pilocarpine prescribed to counteract the side effect of the dilation? ... (9 replies)
... My son is being put on Strattera as well. He is 19. However, I am a little concerned for he is not hyper. He is the opposite. Very laid back with a I don't care attitude. He was in a car accident 2 years ago and sustained brain trauma. ... (14 replies)
... cially if it's problematic for you. Talk to the doctor about increasing the Adderall, or perhaps adding something like Wellbutrin or Intuniv. You could look at Strattera too, but the consensus here tends to be that Strattera is of little value. ... (7 replies)
... I'm an adult in my early thirties and have been recently diagnosed with ADD. I tried Strattera and liked it, but it caused eye dilation and resulting eye pain. I switched to effexor, but had same effect. ... (9 replies)
... Up until about 7 months ago, I had still been taking Effexor for a generalized anxiety disorder. The medication worked great for me and my moods. I lost a job, lost insurance, and in turn, lost my medication. ... (4 replies)
... Why did they put you on effexor for ADD? ... (9 replies)
... it I felt so focused and my wife had noticed such a difference in me and how much of a joy I was to be around and then bang everything started to hit me at once with the side affects. ... (0 replies)
Dec 29, 2003
... You mentioned that you've had every side effect available on Strattera...which ones exactly? My doctor just prescribed it, and I"ve been scared to take it. I saw that it was a norenephrine reuptake inhibitor, or whatever it's called, and since I had a bad time with another one of those I was taking (Effexor), I'm leary of trying it. Did you gain weight or become moody on it?... (3 replies)
... I am a 31 yr old female who was recently diagnosed with ADD. Although I have known this for a while now, I have not sought after any help. My daughter, who is 9, also is ADHD. ... (4 replies)
... I actually started Strattera yesterday. My doctor wants to go this route first, then try Ritalin if need be. I have tried Effexor, Lexapro, Prozac, and Wellbutrin in the past for my anxiety. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed about 1 yr ago. Started taking Wellbutrin, had 3 of the most clear and productive days of my life, then almost nothing. Similar experiences with effexor and now Strattera although not as pronounced. Has anyone experienced this? ... (1 replies)
Mar 16, 2011
... type. And no other medical problems contraindicate the use of stimulant meds. And the stimulant is dosed within their narrow window of efficacy. Stimulants help with attention up to the top of a very narrow bell curve of efficacy. A dose just over the peak begins to adversely affect attention. ... (27 replies)
... of target dosage, my psychiatrist has not told me yet where we are headed. He is quite good at treating depression, and knowledgeable but certainly no specialist with ADD stuff. However, another doc in his practice does nothing but ADD, so he has consultation available, and he is very conscientious. ... (10 replies)
... stops it from blocking a key pathway in the brain that relates to sexual dysfunction. It also boosts your norepinephrine levels, in a slightly different way than Strattera does. ... (18 replies)
... Strattera and Celexa 'interfere' with each other in terms of metabolism. ... (2 replies)
... follow you into adulthood. I found out this bit of information after recieving treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. It wasn't surprising to learn that people with ADHD have addiction problems. SO I began exploring options of treatment about 8 yrs ago. ... (18 replies)
... of support. Tomorrow I go up to 40 mg from the 25mg starter pack. I am dosing first thing in the morning, and that seems to be working. I am determined to stick with it for at least a month, as I feel its my best hope for getting myself organized and living normally. ... (10 replies)

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