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while using the medicine you should always be in contact with treating doctor
in case of any emergency you should consult immediately
as for the night dose your boy may have some sleeping problem you be with him
consult your doctor for further instruction
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My son is 10 yrs old and has ADHD--he s been on vyvance 50mg in the morning and intuniv 3mg at night. He used to be able to go to sleep easily with 10mg melatonin but now he has trouble winding down at bedtime. Should I switch the intuniv to the morning with the vyvance? Any suggestions would be very helpful!
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My 11 year old is spitting out bright red blood drs thought tonsils they were inflamed but are not anymore it occurs after eating usually and has complained of upset stomach. she has lost 6 lbs in about 2 weeks and has loss of appetite. was put on Concerta a month ago and was also taking 1200 mg of fish oils.
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Yes, I have a sister who is experiencing extreme fatigue, dizziness, shortness of breath, and nausea. At this point it only feels better when she lays on her stomach and closes her eyes. She recently was taken off of 54mg Concerta, about a week now. Might these be the symptoms of withdrawal.
My Dr just started me on concerta a couple weeks ago (36MG). I have only taken it a couple times, as I have noticed some uncomfortable side effects. I feel a slight tightness in my chest and sometimes feel a little short of breath. I'm an otherwise healthy 26 year old with no heart troubles, I have great blood pressure and no risk factors at all. Is this a common side effect that will resolve itself with time?
Good morning, I have been on ADHD meds for over 10 years now, i started with adderall then concerta and have been on vyvanse 60mg for years. I am going to see my psychiatrist soon and would like to get some info on how to wean off theses meds...
I took concerta from ages 6-18. At first my doctor started doses small but they began to increase very quickly around age 11. By age 14 I was taking 72mg a day. Until I was about 18.5years old. My question is: I have witnessed a few things that I...