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... I beg to differ. ... (5 replies)
... When does he take it? ... (5 replies)
... to continue receiving the euphoric feeling you need to take more and more until your dosage is completely out of control. Ideally when taking meds for ADHD, you should feel nothing but a slight increase in focus, if you're getting any more than that, your dose is too high. ... (2 replies)

... I like the guy, he specializes in ADHD, so treats a lot of us. He's willing to try new things and think outside the box. He seems to respect the amount of research I've done on things and is always willing to discuss suggestions I have for treatment. ... (5 replies)
... The evidence as to the efficacy of Wellbutrin in treating ADHD is mixed, especially in children. There have been studies that have found it to be as effective as Ritalin and those that have found that it is not. ... (7 replies)
... I was offered Wellbutrin by my therapist at a time I was struggling with panic disorder and divorce issues, and declined. ... (7 replies)
... Thunor, Wellbutrin does have a stimulant effect for ADD. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry, I don't have the energy or the focus to respond properly now, but I will leave you with a couple of notes so you don't feel we're ignoring you. ... (5 replies)
... I currently take Wellbutrin SR and it has effected my sleep significantly. Over time Wellbutrin has caused sexual disfunction and doesn't appear to really help at all on ADD anymore. I previously took Ritalin and it didn't effect my sleep,nor did it effect my pulse, blood pressure or anything else. ... (3 replies)
... Depression can lead to focus problems that can be misdiagnosed as ADHD. It can also drastically exacerbate ADHD symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... I just thought I'd add that fatigue and lethargy is a symptom of too much of a stimulant. I happened to be wading through the Adderall XR physicians prescribing sheet today looking for detailed information on it's mechanisms of action.... ... (7 replies)
... While it is sometimes used off label for treatment of ADHD, Wellbutrin is not approved for that purpose and I'm not familiar with any studies where it had any conclusive effects. ... (7 replies)
My ADHD type
Jul 25, 2009
... u had diabetes, another disorder caused by a chemical shortage within the body, would the doctor be telling you that it's just your imagination, or that you need to simply will it away? ... (11 replies)
... There's little I can add here beyond support for the above advice, but I'll throw in my two bits where I can. ... (7 replies)
... This AM while having a relaxed breakfast with my wife I said to her in reference to ST22, "Yet another victim of legislation. The girl has a type of ADHD that is as easy as can be to medically manage. Dexedrine. ... (35 replies)
... I'm currently taking Dexedrine 15mg daily for my ADD to great effect and I certainly don't want to give that up, at least for the time being. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all. I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year ago. I'm a 44 year old woman. I started with Adderall instant release and found I was only able to take 2. ... (0 replies)
Help!!! - Adhd?
Dec 17, 2003
... esteem lies on the floor now, at 53, and that is hard to recover, and the circus in my head refuses to be stilled. I also have a fairly good IQ, 130. Little good that did me. ... (11 replies)
Help!!! - Adhd?
Dec 17, 2003
... Hi I'm new here. I have been reading some of the posts for a couple weeks now, but this is my first time posting. My doctor thinks I might have ADHD but my other doctor thinks that it could be something else. ... (11 replies)
... Unfortunately, the trend is to validate lifelong use of amphetamines for ADD these days, prescribing it to kids and adults alike under the guise of a lifetime disorder. ... (29 replies)

Associated Tags: add/adhd, apathy, brain chemistry, dexedrine, nausea, paradoxical effect, stimulant, tolerance, wellbutrin

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