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... Isn't the AdderallXR a time release medication. It sounds like the medicine is not kicking in when you need it to work. I stuck with Ritalin 10mg tablets because within 20 minutes of taking the meds .....they started to work..... ... (4 replies)
... Concerta makes me feel a little speedy, but if you take Ritalin than you're probably used to that feeling. ... (9 replies)
... she was diagnosed and medicated for Kidney Stones. I was wondering if anyone else might have noticed kidney stones after taking time release medications for ADHD such as Concerta. I think there may be a link. ... (49 replies)

... Is your son supposed to take all these medications at once?!? (11 replies)
... which is the same as concerta without the time release so he had to take it 3x's a day.the paxil is also time realeased . ... (11 replies)
... Just to let you know...Concerta IS Ritalin...methylphenidate...same stuff, just packaged in a special time release pill. ... (7 replies)
... My son has never taken a Tova test or anything similar, however i do know this. I had him on Ritalin for 3 years> The dosage was 5-10 mg every 4 hours. Certain classes he did extremely well and others he flat out failed. When we switched him to a 12 hour time release dosage of Adderall he had no "Mid-Day Meltdown" and he started excelling in all of his classes. i am assuming... (15 replies)
... daily dosing, which you may respond better to. Most of the long acting drugs do not last as long as they say they do. But the short acting ones do not have these time release mechanisms so they are usually closer to what they say. I find anyway. ... (6 replies)
... okay. i'll give a tentative answer to my own question since i am currently trying the daytrana. the adderral time release (20mg x 2) was not as effective for my mood (depression), motivation, energy, and i found myself grinding my teeth more. it was better than nothing but not a great fit for me. the vyvanse (50mg x2 daily) is good for mood, energy, and motivation but made me... (2 replies)
... Index, I want to explain the apparent contradiction that 10mg is NOT larger than 5mg. You are absolutely correct. MrsSparky, you should find this helpful in understanding your son's reaction to a "higher" dose patch. The answer lies in the definition of "dose." For our purposes let's define "dose" as the highest plasma level reached in any given day. (4 replies)
... You probably will do much better taking a small dose of immediate release methylphenidate about every two hours through out the day. ... (3 replies)
... common methylphenidate side effect. Try taking the Concerta with a meal and see if it helps. You may need to eat more smaller meals during the day because of the time release. See if that helps. ... (3 replies)
... for the last few years now and it seems to work well enough. I just talked to our pharmacist and he said something about there being 12hr time release meds available here in Canada finally and I'm wondering what anyone has to say about them. ... (1 replies)
... t it is faster acting than the concerta. And yet another, if I am overly tired and want to go to bed early, I skip the 4pm dose and can hit the hay early. On the time release meds, I would find myself waiting out the drug to settle down to sleep. It might work for you. ... (3 replies)
Concerta questions
Aug 31, 2004
... Concerta is ritalin in a time release form. But your dose sounds way to low. ... (6 replies)
... Exactly. There is such a thing as ADD, but it's not a biological proven "disease" like diabetes and therefore should not treated with drugs, especially ones that can cause health problems. You are right, your daughter's health was probably effected by the amphetamines....good for you to have decided to get her off them. Your methods sound like they are working and have worked... (47 replies)
... she was diagnosed and medicated for Kidney Stones. I was wondering if anyone else might have noticed kidney stones after taking time release medications for ADHD such as Concerta. I think there may be a link. ... (47 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone else might have noticed kidney stones after taking time release medications for ADHD such as Concerta. I think there may be a link. ... (7 replies)
... Ritalin 40 mg a day. 2 years ago we changed to Concerta 54mg, time release because he was embarrased about it at school. ... (0 replies)
... I've recently started taking Metadate CD (time release) I'm in the beginning stages of my research on add and adults with add, so I'm not sure if Concerta and Metadate are the same, but I noticed that same thing. It went away. I'm keeping a little journal and tracking my responses as best as I can. I don't know if my dosage is high enough? My doctor has given me some... (7 replies)




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