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Jan 11, 2005
... better to start it before you begin working. While your personality is yours to own, certain medications may amplify your mood points. For instance, while taking Adderall XR, I'm in a MUCH better mood during the day. ... (13 replies)
... I don't know if you know who Dr. ... (10 replies)
... esque "high," if you will. They correct the brain's natural lack of consistent dopamine production and release, and for those who get too tightly wound because of that imbalance, the dopamine boost is centering and and calming. ... (7 replies)

... She went to see the NP for the second time who had decided to increase the Lamictal the first time they met to 150mgs before adding anything else. I was really happy with this plan. ... (11 replies)
... c of the "over time" effect...my brother who is three years older wne through the same dexerine cycle that i did, and his first year and 3 months were perfect... ... (7 replies)
... So I figured I share with you my story. Sorry I couldn't give much helpful advice but I figured it might be nice to know there is someone else out there who is not sure if they have ADD or not. My advice would be to go see a doctor and see if medicine is what you need. ... (1 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)
... asically I become very robotic... and it's not enjoyable. A few days ago when it was wearing off after third period, I walked out of my classroom up to my friend who had this weird look on her face. ... (10 replies)
... The risk of addiction from the stimulants really is small. Most people who get addicted to prescription drugs do so because they deliberately misuse them, taking in a prescribed manner and getting hooked by accident is pretty rare. ... (13 replies)
... My little sister who is 13 takes Adderall. ... (4 replies)
... c of the high risk of suicide for those who were on it....i was very tired and dizzy and incapacitated the first few weeks until my dose lowered in half, then i could function but it had no add effect... ... (10 replies)
... certified child psychiatrist who developed his subtyping on the basis of hundreds of SPECT imaging studies done on individuals. ... (5 replies)
... I just want to share my experiences with you. My daughter, who is 15 is on Strattera and has been on it for 2 months now. ... (21 replies)
... welcome to the dexedrine club! LOL just kidding...wow it's hard to find others who are taking dexedrine now because adderall seems to be the most prescribed i take 30mg. of the extended release and 20mg immediate release daily. i didn't notice a difference until i reached 50mg. but has helped me a lot since!!! i thought it would give me more energy since i have fatigue but... (15 replies)
... ey. It is confusing, heartwrenching, and yet can be so rewarding when you find what works for your child and family. It's frustrating when you come across people who do not believe it is truly a condition that is treated with the meds prescribed. ... (7 replies)
... wn meds due to her laziness. It's a decision she made as a parent based on her knowledge of her child. However, in my opinion, a 12 year old is still a child and who knows what childish thoughts might enter their mind, especially the abstract and usually immature mind of an ADHD child. ... (49 replies)
... This child should be evaluated for the possiblity of childhood onset bipolar disorder. This can often look like ADHD (often like ADHD and ODD) when it occurs in children and is VERY frequently misdiagnosed as such. When this happens and medication is given (both stimulants and antidepressants/Strattera), manic episodes can be triggered and aggressive behaviour is... (7 replies)
... Vanessa, Thanks for your note... I wanted to let you know that I did purchase the Becalmed chewables for my son, and the adult formula pills for my husband & I (for stress). Honestly, I can say that I like the product for me. I've only given my son his chewables once or twice. The problem is, is that you need to give to your child 1 hour before or 2 hours after a meal. ... (55 replies)
... There was one Mom on the board here who's doctor prescribed strattera at night and the concerta during the day. ... (55 replies)
... Our son developed tics also. Luckily, our family physician took him off the Adderall. I wish the Psych. Dr. who had first prescribed the medication had been more truthful about the side effects. I will never take my son to another Psychiatrist or Psychologist. ... (28 replies)


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