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... several times a day because it acts too fast and is eleminated too fast. The other option is the extended release pills. Otherwise if the drug really works its like a roller coaster. ... (6 replies)
May 11, 2007
... I had been having a harder and harder time remembering to write things down and that is improving. ... (5 replies)
... She has been on Ritalin since the 6th grade, while I started adderall after my second year of college. ... (3 replies)

... Hey, have you tried Ritalin (Methylphenidate)? Here in Canada I get a generic Methylphenidate and it is dirt cheap. It is quick release though, but dosed correctly ( dose/time intervals), I find it works great. Methylphenidate has been around for a long time, and in Canada there are alot of generics that are very cheap. There are also alot of long acting Methylphenidate... (10 replies)
... Metadate is an extended release formula of ritalin. ... (1 replies)
New to Adderall XR
Oct 22, 2007
... It is something that will start to kick in within approximately 20 minutes. You are taking a long acting prescription so it will release throughout the day. ... (2 replies)
... I am just too out of it. I make up for this by spending a great deal of time outside of class relearning. ... (4 replies)
Medicating ADD
May 11, 2007
... ase in the level of interference. She told me that this was a red flag that the issue wasn't my ears it was my brain. I saw a psychologist and my doctor at the time and both told me there was no medical intervention available since I had a history of addiction and the only medications available were stimulants. ... (4 replies)
... ine exposed me to the hepatitis C virus. Last year I went through interferon therapy which blew my learned ADD coping skills out of the water. I'm hoping that in time the pyschologist can beef up my coping skills enough so I can manage without drugs. However, I am mentally prepared to take drugs if that is what it takes. ... (3 replies)
... I use bouts of movement to control adhd symptoms (see 'adhd and exercise'). I have not had any luck with l-theanine so far. Tyrosine and phenylalanine are the precursors or building blocks to dopamine and norepinephrine. The latter are chemicals that the stimulants (e.g. ritalin, dexedrine, etc.) force your brain to release. Therefore it is reasonable to suggest that... (8 replies)
... Adderal was the first med we ever tried. He did well for a short time, and then it stopped working. He became manic with each increase so that is when we switched to regular Ritalin. He did quite well except we noticed the peaks and valleys in the med. between dosings. Concerta then came out and he has been on it since. Even though they claim it to work for 12 hours we really... (14 replies)
... d has an "outburst", he will be better able to control his anger if he understands why it happens. I have come to realize it can be controlled if I will "take a time out", get away to myself, and not say anything to anyone. You will want to talk to him when his anger manifests itself, but I would suggest you don't. ... (6 replies)
... I am not sure if this was the ritalin finally kicking in, or the wellbutrin helping along. I had only been on wellbutrin less than a week when I was first diagnosed, and immediately found it worked. ... (6 replies)

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