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Posted by CONNIE on January 05, 2000 at 19:49:43:

In Reply to: Ritalin vs Adderall posted by DB on December 27, 1999 at 23:59:10:

: HI - My son is 16 years old and has been taking Ritalin since he was approximately 9 or 10 yrs old. In recent years, we tried the slow release medication which worked well during school hours. By the way, he seems to only need the meds during schooltime. Doesn't take it on the weekends or during the summer. My question is: we don't think Ritalin is as effective as before and were wondering before we go to the doctor next month, what advantages/disadvantages to Adderall? Is it worth changing to new meds? Or is he just outgrowing any stimulants like this? He isn't hyperactive but find he gets hyper after the meds wear off for a short time. Thanks for your info
MY SON IS ON ADDERALL WITH WONDERFUL RESULTS. HE GETS VERY UPSET IF I LET THE PERSCRIPITION GET TO LOW BEFORE I CALL HIS DOCTOR FOR A REFILL, THATS THE ONLY SET BACK YOU CANNOT GET THIS MEDICATION WITH REFILLS BECAUSE IT IS A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WE WERE TOLD THAT IT IS ALSO USED FOR COSMOTOLOGY/WEIGHT CONTROL AND IT MAY AFFECT HIS DESIRE TO EAT BUT IT NEVER DID. ADDERALL IS A WONDERFUL MEDICATION IN OUR BOOK.


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