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    Old 11-04-2010, 09:20 AM   #1
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    Does L-Tyrosine Help increase the stimulating effects of Dexedrine?

    Before reading this, depression has been ruled out. Check my profile why.

    3 years ago i started experiencing fatigue. I thought it might just be a phase but as time went on it has progressively gotten worse. I went to a psychiatrist and was started on concerta 27mg. I felt some relief but it just wasnt enough. I was coming late to school (which starts at 7:30am), getting there around 9:30. Even with the 27mg of concerta I was exhausted the entire day. Time went on and I was switched over time to the max of adderall, nuvigil, provigil, ritalin, vyvanse and Dexedrine. Then the Dr. mixed Dexedrine 60mg with Vyvanse 70mg which finally gave me a nice 6 month feeling of being alive again. Unfortunately, I was admitted to the hospital due to extreme weight loss. Ever since then, ive been getting up around 12:30pm daily.

    8 months later(october) the Dr. put me back on dexedrine up to 70mg a day.

    Long story short, I take 35mg (i even tried 50mg once) in the morning and spread the rest every 3 hours but dont feel a thing. Can L-tyrosine when used properly help increase the stimulating effects of dexedrine? And if not, please give me some other options.
    Regarding my sleep disorder, check my profile. Thanks

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    Old 11-04-2010, 12:09 PM   #2
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    Re: Does L-Tyrosine Help increase the stimulating effects of Dexedrine?

    Please someone post. I am desperate. Im going 4 another sleep study tommorow!!

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