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... Having the exact same issues, except I switched from concerta to vyvanse due to takiphylanxes. I have to say, I HATE it. I wish I could go back to COncerta or a methyphenidate, but unfortunately I would have to take a dose high enough to cause some pretty intolerable side effects. ... (37 replies)
... My son had to decrease his dose as well. ... (37 replies)
... year old needs a med change as the effects of the Concerta are increasingly minimal. Anyone had experience switching from concerta to adderall? ... (5 replies)

... I've also read that the brain eventually tries to fight synthetic chemical dominance by creating new, opposing receptors to the drugs, which could also cause an imbalance such as tolerance. ... (13 replies)
... Yes, I remember your post about the cold hands. That is weird how we seem to be experiencing the same side effects around the same times. I could deal with the cold hands, but depression? ... (13 replies)
... I used to use adderall a long time ago but switched to concerta. I don't know about switching back, if it messes me up like concerta then I'm not really sure i want it even if it does work. ... (5 replies)
Ritalin SR - HELP
Sep 11, 2003
... eepy. Sometimes lowering the dose can fix this. SSRIs can also cause sleepiness. Wellbutrin is a good choice for antidepressants and works for most people. Maybe switching from prozac to wellbutrin will be helpful. ... (13 replies)
... im switching from adderall xr, the serious side affects were beginning to be too much. so yeah... do you like concerta? ... (3 replies)
... Adderall is the only med that worked for me that I've tried so far. I have tried Concerta, Focalin, and Adderall XR with no luck. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, Doonsbury, I have found that taking 36mg in the morning and then another 18mgs in the PM IS helpful, for me at least. I'm still wondering if Adderall wouldn't be more effective, but have decided to stick with this regimen for a while longer before switching. ... (10 replies)
Jan 29, 2003
... I'd be interested in hearing from parents switching their kids from Adderall XR. We're considering it because of the lack of the stimulant. ... (152 replies)
... when did Adderall become taboo? ... (7 replies)
... Hi I was wondering if anyone has had any ill effects after drinking something containing caffine. I started Adderall 10mg about 11 days ago and it was working perfect, then yesterday I felt horriable. ... (7 replies)
... When I'm on it, I'm put in a fowl mood, and I have a tendency to think negatively of things. ... (3 replies)
... in the mornings after taking the Strattera. They wouldn't occur every day, but frequently enough to be very disturbing. ... (98 replies)
Mar 21, 2003
... my son is 12 and has adhd. we tried adderal, concerta and now he is taking strattera which he has been on for 5 weeks and we are having great results. ... (68 replies)
Feb 24, 2003
... We started out on Ritalin, but have gone through lots of others. Ritalin, Concerta, Dexedrine, Adderall, Adderall XR, and back to Adderall. There may even be one or two in there that I'm forgetting. ... (152 replies)
... I've had some great success on Daytrana and Metadate CD. Others will recommend Concerta or Ritalin LA. ... (3 replies)
... I have taken RItalin and the generic, they are the same. I don't think switching to the brand will make a difference. I started "crashing" though when coming off the ritalin after a year. ... (7 replies)
... That being said, I wonder if you read my initial post correctly. I was seeking information related to the personal experiences and decisions of people here. ... (12 replies)

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