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... My husband was diagnosed with adult ADD about 2 years ago.. He lived his whole life not knowing what was wrong with him. ... (3 replies)
... old male who didn't smoke, drink, do drugs or have any history of ADD or epilepsy. ... (6 replies)
... I was offered Wellbutrin by my therapist at a time I was struggling with panic disorder and divorce issues, and declined. ... (7 replies)

... I was diagnosed four years ago with ADD and started on Ritalin. I was amazed at the benefits of this medication. ... (28 replies)
... I started wellburtin XL sometime ago for my adult attention deficit disoder I am on 300 mgs in the morning. ... (7 replies)
... Well I've had ADD all my life. NOT ADHD. They are two totally different disorders. ... (3 replies)
... I thought I have been depressed. I have been put on celexa, Wellbutrin and now Strattera. ... (13 replies)
... M assuming a 11PM bedtime. That may allow acclimation without the insomnia side effect. Each week raise the dose 5mg until the dose is sufficient to control your ADD symptoms. ... (34 replies)
... Fish oil is another excellent supplement to add in, but remember for these supplements to work you have to take them religiously. ... (18 replies)
... I've just started wellbutrin (immediate release 100 mgs 3x daily) and am curious if there's anyone else experienceing what I am ( I think help had mentioned he/she was on wellbutrin) I've been on it for 4 days and it works very well for part of the day (the morning) then I get really agitated later in the day. Like I mainlined some caffeine. It's obviously dose related but... (1 replies)
... Hi, everyone. I'm new to the board and am in search of some answers about the comparison between Wellbutrin XL and SR. ... (5 replies)
... I am 52 years old and have had a lifetime of symptoms and signs characteristic of ADD. I have been under psychiatric care for a total of six years, all in adult life. ... (0 replies)
... I don't control the ADD. I try to have it not control me! Along with the ADD I have suffered with depression and anxiety for most of my life. For those I take Prozac and Wellbutrin. These meds. have helped me a great deal. ... (34 replies)
... My husband has add. He was referred for diagnosis by the psychologist that we were seeing at the time for couple's counseling. He tried Wellbutrin for accompanying depression as well as Ritalin, but quit pretty quickly saying that he didn't like how they made him feel. That was about 5 years ago. ... (4 replies)
... Many find that they need to up the dose of stimulant meds as time goes by, many do not. Unfortunately, it's impossible to know how you will respond to any given medication until you try it. There are non-stimulant options available for ADHD now, including Strattera and Wellbutrin. I personally had little success with Strattera, but many report positive experiences. ... (4 replies)
... How is your sleep? Have you considered a sleep disorder effecting you mental acuity due to sleep deprivation? MG (2 replies)
... Has anyone found an ADD medication that has improved your ability to retrieve information (words, phrases, etc.) that you know is there but just can't seem to unlock the files of your brain to find it. Wellbutrin worked for awhile but I had to stop due to side effects (chest pains). Thanks for your help! (2 replies)
... Thanks so much for your response. I've found it very difficult to connect with people like yourself who holdsuch a reasonable and balanced view of ADD and its treatment, so I appreciate your comments quite a bit. ... (18 replies)
... He says it takes sometime to work like up to a month. So I'll go back in 6 weeks for a followup. He doesn't like the idea with Prozac and Wellbutrin says there hasn't been that much success with the combo. ... (34 replies)
... Any meds can affect all people differently. I've had ADHD my whole life, but being so anti-meds I refused to use them and tried the entire natural route to give my body the best, but it just wasn't enough. Some people really do have to have the meds. I finally bottomed out this semester and went from A's to D's and F's in all of my classes, so now I am taking meds. I think... (4 replies)

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