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Was on ritalin for the narcoleosy. Have chronic headaches with Multiple sclerosis. Treatment?

have had 2 car accidents since I went off of it. Please help. I have MS also and am VERY FATIGUED. I ... prescribed I was on ritalin for the narcoleosy I have had chronic headaches since1989 ...
 

Do Tramadol and Ritalin have horrible interactions?

dosage in a day has been 6 but i have noticed i cannot stop taken them or lowering my amount of 4 a day ... to be gradually noticeable sooner in between my dosage and i am afraid i am suppose to up my dose b/c i have ...
 

Have PTSD, panic attacks, anxiety. Taking Klonopin, Ritalin. Have heavy breathing, nausea, feeling scared. Help

a severe bout of fatigue and would work hard and exercise vigerously and it would stop.4 yrs later with afew bouts in between and divorce finally coming to end next mo.,Im on 20mg ritalin , 20 mg ...
 

Need information about Ritalin

I recieved Ritalin one side C G other side AB has Novartis blister pack, what is it? ...
 

Is Ritalin a good substitute of Focalin?

how I can get Focalin and/or do you think Ritalin would be a better solution?Since Adderall is clearly ...
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What should the dosage of ritalin be for AAD?

i have been diagnoised with A.A.D and been put on ritalin 20 mg. 3 times per day an d have been ... feel my dose of medication of ritalin has shown great progress in my ability to focus and use ...
 

Major fatigue problems, taking Ritalin for speech after brain injury. Will PS solve fatigue issue ?

having major fatigue problems, but I take Ritalin for my speech and also my tiredness, but my question is, My fatigue has been almost unbarrable and getting worse latley. I take, 4, 20mg pills a day. I did ...
 

Taking Ritalin for narcolepsy, new doctor reduced dosage that doesn t help. What to do ?

I have narcolepsy...Have had it since childhood...and since 1984 I have taken 20 mg of ritalin 5 times a day....(5 pills at 20 mg each) I have always worked and supported myself....Ive retired 3 Dr ...
 

Is Ritalin advisable for ADD or ADHD?

Hello, I recently started taking a version of ritalin extended release beaded delivery? for a possible diagnosis of add or adhd anyways for a few days it was good now I take it every morning keeps my ...
 

Will there be interaction between ritalin and cymbalta?

diagnosed Adult ADD and started me on Ritalin. I am up to 15mg/day in two doses. I ve been reading and saw that Prozac may have an interaction with Ritalin. I am on Prozac and Cymbalta. Should I be concerned about ...
 

Is irritability a normal side effect of ritalin 10?

Hi my 10yr son has been put onto ritalin 10 about 6 weeks ago, 2 in the morning and 1 at lunch. we are noticing that in the morning as soon as he opens his eyes, he flys of at any and every thing ...
 

Is ritalin 20mg safe for ADHD?

on Ritalin 20mg up to mg. Then I went to Adderrall 30 mg three times a day but I haven t taken medication ...
 

How to reduce the cost of methylphenidate ritalin for ADHD?

I am a person that has been diagnosed with ADHD as a child and have been on Methylphenadate-Ritalin pretty much all my life. I am in California and with out any health insurance. Are there any programs ...
 

Does Ritalin cause angriness and unsociable feeling?

My husband was diagnosed with adhd 1 year ago he is medicated with Ritalin which he finds makes him extremely angry unsociable unfeeling and his pychyatrist does not ask him any questions and does not want ...
 

15 year old, X-ray showed growth of legs done, on ritalin. Does ritalin stunt growth?

Hello, I am about to turn 15 and i am just over 5 feet 7 inches. I have been taking ritalin on and off for the past 8 months. I am wondering if it could have stunted my growth, and if so, will i catch ...
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