Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016832/001.

Names and composition

"CYLERT" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PEMOLINE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016832/001 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
016832/002 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
016832/003 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
017703/001 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 37.5MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016832/001 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
016832/002 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
016832/003 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
017703/001 CYLERT PEMOLINE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 37.5MG
075030/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
075030/002 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
075030/003 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
075286/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
075286/002 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
075286/003 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
075287/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
075287/002 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
075287/003 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
075328/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
075328/002 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
075328/003 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
075555/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 37.5MG
075595/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG
075595/002 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
075595/003 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
075678/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 37.5MG
075726/001 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 75MG
075726/002 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 37.5MG
075726/003 PEMOLINE PEMOLINE TABLET/ORAL 18.75MG

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Answered questions

Can you take Cylert and Adderall and not die?
Asked by Jacqui Corneille 1 year ago.

With questions re drugs and drug interaction, always consult your pharmacist. They is what he/she is trained for. Never listen to any answers on YA regarding drug interaction ( other than this one ). Take care and be well. Answered by Johnetta Godar 1 year ago.


Is it bad if you take Cylert one day and then Adderall the next?
I would just like to know. And if so, what would happen if someone did do that ^^ Asked by Cassie Sharperson 1 year ago.

Again, consult with your pharmacist. They are the trained professionals. Answered by Tomas Mcclaskey 1 year ago.


Besides adderall,ritalin,provigal,xyre... what are some meds to help w narcelepsy?Nothing helps me anymore.?
I have tried all the above meds in all different ways and doses and yet i still cant stay awake.Are their any more options aval. for me?Does narcelepsy woren over time?Please help me Asked by Sheryl Needle 1 year ago.

God woman, do not positioned a 6 12 months historical on meds. I realize the lecturers could adore it. I have 2 boys that had been prompt to takes meds. I refused each occasions. The first boy simply graduated from school and received a GREAT activity the moment one is getting into High School with an A typical. Every youngster is one-of-a-kind. Keep your youngster energetic and centered. Search for choices on the net as a substitute of drugs. Answered by Blondell Jaenicke 1 year ago.

Not all meds react or have side effects that one notices, it is different with different users, if Provigil did as its side effect make cataplexy difficult for you, maybe you should ask you doc to prescribe an alternative med which is more compatible to suit your system. Answered by Kaila Squire 1 year ago.


Is getting ADHD medication a lengthy process if not previously diagnosed?
How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing... Asked by Phillis Mccubbins 1 year ago.

I VERY LIKELY have ADHD, infact, I am almost certain I do. I have 9.5 out of 10 symptoms. I have read quite a lot about ADHD, and it seems that it takes way too long and includes many lengthy studies before a physician can give you the medication. Is this true? Also, here is a question about the medication. Since ritalin and dexedrine last only a few hours, whereas SR-ritalin and cylert last six to eight hours, is it possible that I can get both prescribed to me? I do not want to take ritalin/dexedrine 3 or 4 times when I can just take sr-ritalin/cylert once for the same effect. Somebody with experience, please help. Thanks. Answered by Kris Elletson 1 year ago.

How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing so. I am restless and often cannot relax, I have BIG problems starting tasks and with my self-control, difficulty managing stress, being stimulated enough to finish an assignment, resisting distraction, and remembering something I just did twelve seconds ago. What I do long-term I sometimes have difficulty retrieving...like my research paper. I spent days on it (on and off because I can't even sit still for a few minutes), and the next morning couldn't remember a single thing about it. I have experienced this throughout high school, but can't remember it being as bad. If these aren't symptoms, I don't know what are. I definetely need medication. Answered by Wilfredo Lockington 1 year ago.

I hope that you reading about my experience will be beneficial to you. Everyone has about eight out of ten of those symptoms. I score off the charts for ADD. I cant pay attention during chick flicks, math problems, school in general, and I am very forgetful of details. As far as it goes, I am the classic ADD case. Except there isn't really anything wrong with me. I am much better at verbal subjects, memorization and understanding concepts than other people. I am creative and energetic and a jock, so of course I don't like math, clerical work, or following directions. My parents and doctors made me take speed to try and make me normal. I didn't like the physical or mental effects of being wired on drugs all day. I realized I probably had to rather than be thrown out of more schools. I took speed for years and it probably helped me get through school. It also changed my personality drastically. I will spare you the details ( if you want we can talk privately) but I think I would have had a lot more emotional growth if I wasnt doped up on white knuckle rage and a brain buzz in a pill for a half decade or so. Unless you really have to, don't take ADD drugs. Drink redbull or coffee or tea to get you through studying or whatever, its basically the same thing. I'm just shy of 30 now and I've calmed down a lot. I'm still in happy daydream land half of the time, but Ive grown out of it for the most part. I learned math, patience, and to do things without having to seek external stimulus or try to rev my brain up for a manic, nervous bout of focus. There was never anything wrong with me to start with; I just learned to get by on my charisma and verbal skills until my calm and focus developed as I matured. If anything, ritalin and adderall prolonged my ability to do so and retarded my growth. This is a good time to think about how to become more organized and in control. In order to change you must put your pride aside and declare that you want to change. That is easy. Publicly defending any visible chance you make is not. Why did you get a blackberry? cause I have ADD. Why did you put a dry erase board and a desk in that spare room? Because I'm nuts, thats why. So back off. My point is to figure out what else you can possibly do to help your unique personality as well as looking into drugs. To answer your question about dosage, yes, you can mix sustained release and regular pills. It would be an advantage if you had taken all of these medications before to know their effects because your doctor will not just hand you ritalin, adderall, dexadrine, meth, cylert, modafanil, etc etc in order to try them, but I wont be the person to advise you to go and take a bunch of drugs and then call me in the morning. The process probably consists of a psych evaluation which will take several hours worth of doctor time and wont be free. You may learn something from it and it probably will be relatively painless. Good Luck. Answered by Terrance Normandeau 1 year ago.

Hey Who... Im also lookin 4 help w/ undiagnosed ADD. What r Ur symptoms. My problem is dis-organized work. Has a Dr seen you about the medication? Very few psych Dr's r avail- able here. Can U find meds over-counter. R meds taken daily. Seems the meds r avail 4 kids not adults. Usu my scrips were 4 anti-depressant. Didnt like any of em. Answered by Peter Brantley 1 year ago.

You are not a psychiatrist. Most people who self-diagnose are wrong, because they start acting like they have whatever symptoms they are reading about. If you went to a doctor and said that, they would report you for drug-seeking behavior. Since you know so much about it, I'm sure you also know that ADHD drugs are basically legal speed. It makes me kind of suspicious. I'm sure it would make them VERY suspicious. Have a word with yourself. You have about as much background in psychology as my cat, and you have no ability to diagnose yourself, let alone decide what medications you should be on. Answered by Loma Leiss 1 year ago.

Hi there. I have a 10 year old daughter that was diagnosed with it when she was 4, but I knew she had it since she was a year and a half! It shouldn't be that big of a deal to get meds for yourself. It's just a matter of making an appointment, getting diagnosed and they should write you a script right there and then and you simply go that day to your local pharmacy to get it filled. Viola! Good luck sweetie. Answered by Tilda Kahrer 1 year ago.


Which ADD/ADHD Medication is most commonly prescribed?
Is it Adderall? Ritalin? Concerta? Dexedrine? Vyvanse? Strattera? Cylert? Which is it? Asked by Kari Ambriz 1 year ago.

Good question. I think it depends on where you live. In the US I suspect it is Adderall. In Europe, Ritalin and Concerta are prescribed more. Cheers, Marcel Answered by Ashanti Paske 1 year ago.

The drugs that are prescribed are: short-appearing Stimulants: Ritalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Focalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Adderall (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Dexedrine (methylphenidate) 4-5 hours Dextrostat (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Vyvanse Clonidine Concerta Strattera(Atomoxetine) Cylert Wellbutrin Answered by Caridad Chavarria 1 year ago.


Which ADHD drugs shows positive on your drug screening test?
Asked by Marilee Stilts 1 year ago.

adderall, dexedrine(dextroamphetamine), ritalin, cylert... like the other guy said.. all of em... cept sometimes they try SSRI'S and whatnot.. but ALL of the classical stimulant ADD/ADHD drugs show up as crack/meth.. because thats what they are essentially.. and i know because(cough).. just as good/bad. Answered by Giovanni Corria 1 year ago.

First, permit me handle the "retake the attempt" element of your question. they gained't enable you to grant a "new" pattern, yet you have the comparable pattern retested. If its a pretend beneficial, it rather isn't any longer susceptible to take place lower back. yet extra importantly, right here is why they are going to by no ability enable you to grant a sparkling pattern: because of the fact people who've legitimately failed drug exams are in a position to grant a "sparkling" pattern the 2nd time around if the drug has left their equipment via that factor. that would defeat the full purpose. Yeah, you're grimy on the instant, yet via next week, the medicine are out of your equipment, so we are gonna flow forward and enable you to purpose lower back...it would not artwork that way and now you optimistically understand why. So, you have the comparable pattern retested and regardless of if this is rather an errors, it gets back sparkling the 2nd time around. remember, that this is somewhat no longer likely (if no longer impossible) that an OTC drugs might take place on those drug monitors. this is why the MRO would not ask you approximately them. The stuff that comes up is many times the two unlawful or prescription. Did you're taking anyone else's prescription medicine that could have contained amphetamines? human beings many times do no longer think of two times approximately taking somebody else's medicine for something they're having a issue with (i.e. husband or spouse share prescription vicodin for soreness as a replace of going to dr. for various prescription). the subject with this is, this is seen unlawful and then in case you attempt for it, you will fail in view which you could no longer produce the prescription. So, if not one of the above applies to you, I recommend you ask them to retest the comparable pattern you initially grant (if the time-physique has no longer expired) and pay the money to sparkling your call. in case you pick to no longer, you have no longer have been given any case. No "reason for action" against your organization. they're following their organization drug coverage and additionally you have failed a drug attempt. except you're taking the required action to attempt to get that consequence shown incorrect (with the comparable pattern) then you somewhat are out of success. Answered by Vicky Gallaugher 1 year ago.

If you choose to take those mind altering drugs tell the person giving you the test you take it. No worrys....Nasty drugs for a condition that is non fatil.... Answered by Aiko Eschenbrenner 1 year ago.


When you're on ADD medication, is it abnormal to quickly lose a lot of weight?
Asked by Jacelyn Bodkin 1 year ago.

Loss of appetite with Ritalin and Cylert are side effects. Answered by Ulrike Leno 1 year ago.


Provigil, Modafinil, Narcolepsy, Sleep Disorder?
Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe... Asked by Haydee Palermo 1 year ago.

Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe headaches, and even saw tiny black floaters. Well I went two months without employment and was able to experiment. I learned that the less I took the better and healthier and more normal I felt. I now take a 1/4 dose or sometimes half a dose (50mg or 100mg). I can sometimes tell the medicine builds up in my system. The telltale sign is the reappearance of floaters and headaches. When this happens I quit taking the medicine for a few days so I can balance out. With a low dose I'm able to fall asleep around 10:30 and sleep continuously till 7:30. Higher doses made me wake up in the middle of the night. Anyone else experience this? Answered by Stormy Debuse 1 year ago.

I was diagnosed with Narcolepsy in 1995 (symptoms started in 1991). I was originally put on a drug called CYLERT. It worked really well but I guess a very few people can get liver damage from it, so when Provigil came out my doctor switched me to that. I actually find it works much better and is more consistent for me. I've been on it for years and the only time I'm off it is when I am pregnant because CYLERT is safe during pregnancy. The only time I've experienced the headaches is when I first start taking it again (was off it 3 x for my 3 pregnancies) and they only last a few days. I never saw any "black floaters". My dosage is two 200mg tablets in the morning (4oomg/day). I don't know why you fluctuate with your dosage. 800mg/day is considered an overdose, that's probably why you don't feel well or "normal" sometimes. The whole purpose of this particular medicine is for it to build up in your system. It is NOT considered therapeutic if it is not a consistent level in your blood. That would be why it doesn't seem to work for you. The headaches are a good thing in this case because that signifies that you are approaching your therapeutic dose. If you then stop taking it for a few days, you will effectively reverse what you started and will start all over again. That's why you probably don't feel it works well for you. You have to take a consistent dose at the same time every day to feel the proper effect of the med. Having said that, it seems to me that you may be on the wrong medicine because Provigil appears to be too strong for you. If it causes you wake up in the middle of the night, then that means you are taking too much (unless you are taking it at night which is not recommended). The goal of this med is to allow someone with moderate to severe Narcolepsy (like myself) to function as a "normal" person. That would mean average night time sleep and as close to average normal waking hours as possible. If it in any way effects your night time sleep, you are taking too much. It would be a problem because if you are waking up in the middle of the night, then that will only add to your daytime sleepiness & fatigue; which is why you are taking the med in the first place. My recommendation would be to discuss your situation with your doctor. Based on your height, weight & degree of Narcolepsy he/she will come up with a recommended dosage. Then, take that dose EVERY morning at the SAME time for 2 weeks (tough out the headaches). You should be much better. If you don't think it helps, your doctor will probably up the dose by 100mg. You then take that in the same manner for 2 weeks. If you still aren't feeling better, then you should either try another medicine (like CYLERT) or seek a second opinion. There are a lot of other medical conditions that mimic Narcolepsy such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Anemia, severe hypoglycemia, even mild forms of epilepsy. Could be possible that you are misdiagnosed. Hope this helps. GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!!! Answered by Tamica Capo 1 year ago.

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Can you take Cylert and Adderall and not die?
Asked by Milagro Slimko 1 year ago.

With questions re drugs and drug interaction, always consult your pharmacist. They is what he/she is trained for. Never listen to any answers on YA regarding drug interaction ( other than this one ). Take care and be well. Answered by Kerri Hannawalt 1 year ago.


Is it bad if you take Cylert one day and then Adderall the next?
I would just like to know. And if so, what would happen if someone did do that ^^ Asked by Bok Suleski 1 year ago.

Again, consult with your pharmacist. They are the trained professionals. Answered by Monty Grassia 1 year ago.


Besides adderall,ritalin,provigal,xyre... what are some meds to help w narcelepsy?Nothing helps me anymore.?
I have tried all the above meds in all different ways and doses and yet i still cant stay awake.Are their any more options aval. for me?Does narcelepsy woren over time?Please help me Asked by Honey Room 1 year ago.

God woman, do not positioned a 6 12 months historical on meds. I realize the lecturers could adore it. I have 2 boys that had been prompt to takes meds. I refused each occasions. The first boy simply graduated from school and received a GREAT activity the moment one is getting into High School with an A typical. Every youngster is one-of-a-kind. Keep your youngster energetic and centered. Search for choices on the net as a substitute of drugs. Answered by Keli Hesselbein 1 year ago.

Not all meds react or have side effects that one notices, it is different with different users, if Provigil did as its side effect make cataplexy difficult for you, maybe you should ask you doc to prescribe an alternative med which is more compatible to suit your system. Answered by Lakenya Sigurdson 1 year ago.


Is getting ADHD medication a lengthy process if not previously diagnosed?
How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing... Asked by Boyce Lincicum 1 year ago.

I VERY LIKELY have ADHD, infact, I am almost certain I do. I have 9.5 out of 10 symptoms. I have read quite a lot about ADHD, and it seems that it takes way too long and includes many lengthy studies before a physician can give you the medication. Is this true? Also, here is a question about the medication. Since ritalin and dexedrine last only a few hours, whereas SR-ritalin and cylert last six to eight hours, is it possible that I can get both prescribed to me? I do not want to take ritalin/dexedrine 3 or 4 times when I can just take sr-ritalin/cylert once for the same effect. Somebody with experience, please help. Thanks. Answered by Moses Rardon 1 year ago.

How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing so. I am restless and often cannot relax, I have BIG problems starting tasks and with my self-control, difficulty managing stress, being stimulated enough to finish an assignment, resisting distraction, and remembering something I just did twelve seconds ago. What I do long-term I sometimes have difficulty retrieving...like my research paper. I spent days on it (on and off because I can't even sit still for a few minutes), and the next morning couldn't remember a single thing about it. I have experienced this throughout high school, but can't remember it being as bad. If these aren't symptoms, I don't know what are. I definetely need medication. Answered by Cary Nerren 1 year ago.

I hope that you reading about my experience will be beneficial to you. Everyone has about eight out of ten of those symptoms. I score off the charts for ADD. I cant pay attention during chick flicks, math problems, school in general, and I am very forgetful of details. As far as it goes, I am the classic ADD case. Except there isn't really anything wrong with me. I am much better at verbal subjects, memorization and understanding concepts than other people. I am creative and energetic and a jock, so of course I don't like math, clerical work, or following directions. My parents and doctors made me take speed to try and make me normal. I didn't like the physical or mental effects of being wired on drugs all day. I realized I probably had to rather than be thrown out of more schools. I took speed for years and it probably helped me get through school. It also changed my personality drastically. I will spare you the details ( if you want we can talk privately) but I think I would have had a lot more emotional growth if I wasnt doped up on white knuckle rage and a brain buzz in a pill for a half decade or so. Unless you really have to, don't take ADD drugs. Drink redbull or coffee or tea to get you through studying or whatever, its basically the same thing. I'm just shy of 30 now and I've calmed down a lot. I'm still in happy daydream land half of the time, but Ive grown out of it for the most part. I learned math, patience, and to do things without having to seek external stimulus or try to rev my brain up for a manic, nervous bout of focus. There was never anything wrong with me to start with; I just learned to get by on my charisma and verbal skills until my calm and focus developed as I matured. If anything, ritalin and adderall prolonged my ability to do so and retarded my growth. This is a good time to think about how to become more organized and in control. In order to change you must put your pride aside and declare that you want to change. That is easy. Publicly defending any visible chance you make is not. Why did you get a blackberry? cause I have ADD. Why did you put a dry erase board and a desk in that spare room? Because I'm nuts, thats why. So back off. My point is to figure out what else you can possibly do to help your unique personality as well as looking into drugs. To answer your question about dosage, yes, you can mix sustained release and regular pills. It would be an advantage if you had taken all of these medications before to know their effects because your doctor will not just hand you ritalin, adderall, dexadrine, meth, cylert, modafanil, etc etc in order to try them, but I wont be the person to advise you to go and take a bunch of drugs and then call me in the morning. The process probably consists of a psych evaluation which will take several hours worth of doctor time and wont be free. You may learn something from it and it probably will be relatively painless. Good Luck. Answered by Malena Lourdes 1 year ago.

Hey Who... Im also lookin 4 help w/ undiagnosed ADD. What r Ur symptoms. My problem is dis-organized work. Has a Dr seen you about the medication? Very few psych Dr's r avail- able here. Can U find meds over-counter. R meds taken daily. Seems the meds r avail 4 kids not adults. Usu my scrips were 4 anti-depressant. Didnt like any of em. Answered by Darnell Bangle 1 year ago.

You are not a psychiatrist. Most people who self-diagnose are wrong, because they start acting like they have whatever symptoms they are reading about. If you went to a doctor and said that, they would report you for drug-seeking behavior. Since you know so much about it, I'm sure you also know that ADHD drugs are basically legal speed. It makes me kind of suspicious. I'm sure it would make them VERY suspicious. Have a word with yourself. You have about as much background in psychology as my cat, and you have no ability to diagnose yourself, let alone decide what medications you should be on. Answered by Brigida Randzin 1 year ago.

Hi there. I have a 10 year old daughter that was diagnosed with it when she was 4, but I knew she had it since she was a year and a half! It shouldn't be that big of a deal to get meds for yourself. It's just a matter of making an appointment, getting diagnosed and they should write you a script right there and then and you simply go that day to your local pharmacy to get it filled. Viola! Good luck sweetie. Answered by Teodoro Isaksen 1 year ago.


Which ADD/ADHD Medication is most commonly prescribed?
Is it Adderall? Ritalin? Concerta? Dexedrine? Vyvanse? Strattera? Cylert? Which is it? Asked by Kenna Villanueva 1 year ago.

Good question. I think it depends on where you live. In the US I suspect it is Adderall. In Europe, Ritalin and Concerta are prescribed more. Cheers, Marcel Answered by Kyra Ardelean 1 year ago.

The drugs that are prescribed are: short-appearing Stimulants: Ritalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Focalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Adderall (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Dexedrine (methylphenidate) 4-5 hours Dextrostat (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Vyvanse Clonidine Concerta Strattera(Atomoxetine) Cylert Wellbutrin Answered by Denice Malpass 1 year ago.


Which ADHD drugs shows positive on your drug screening test?
Asked by Antonina Chou 1 year ago.

adderall, dexedrine(dextroamphetamine), ritalin, cylert... like the other guy said.. all of em... cept sometimes they try SSRI'S and whatnot.. but ALL of the classical stimulant ADD/ADHD drugs show up as crack/meth.. because thats what they are essentially.. and i know because(cough).. just as good/bad. Answered by Maragret Kirckof 1 year ago.

First, permit me handle the "retake the attempt" element of your question. they gained't enable you to grant a "new" pattern, yet you have the comparable pattern retested. If its a pretend beneficial, it rather isn't any longer susceptible to take place lower back. yet extra importantly, right here is why they are going to by no ability enable you to grant a sparkling pattern: because of the fact people who've legitimately failed drug exams are in a position to grant a "sparkling" pattern the 2nd time around if the drug has left their equipment via that factor. that would defeat the full purpose. Yeah, you're grimy on the instant, yet via next week, the medicine are out of your equipment, so we are gonna flow forward and enable you to purpose lower back...it would not artwork that way and now you optimistically understand why. So, you have the comparable pattern retested and regardless of if this is rather an errors, it gets back sparkling the 2nd time around. remember, that this is somewhat no longer likely (if no longer impossible) that an OTC drugs might take place on those drug monitors. this is why the MRO would not ask you approximately them. The stuff that comes up is many times the two unlawful or prescription. Did you're taking anyone else's prescription medicine that could have contained amphetamines? human beings many times do no longer think of two times approximately taking somebody else's medicine for something they're having a issue with (i.e. husband or spouse share prescription vicodin for soreness as a replace of going to dr. for various prescription). the subject with this is, this is seen unlawful and then in case you attempt for it, you will fail in view which you could no longer produce the prescription. So, if not one of the above applies to you, I recommend you ask them to retest the comparable pattern you initially grant (if the time-physique has no longer expired) and pay the money to sparkling your call. in case you pick to no longer, you have no longer have been given any case. No "reason for action" against your organization. they're following their organization drug coverage and additionally you have failed a drug attempt. except you're taking the required action to attempt to get that consequence shown incorrect (with the comparable pattern) then you somewhat are out of success. Answered by Marissa Duesenberg 1 year ago.

If you choose to take those mind altering drugs tell the person giving you the test you take it. No worrys....Nasty drugs for a condition that is non fatil.... Answered by Benton Lewison 1 year ago.


When you're on ADD medication, is it abnormal to quickly lose a lot of weight?
Asked by Louvenia Lofing 1 year ago.

Loss of appetite with Ritalin and Cylert are side effects. Answered by Ann Malloch 1 year ago.


Provigil, Modafinil, Narcolepsy, Sleep Disorder?
Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe... Asked by Jade Olenski 1 year ago.

Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe headaches, and even saw tiny black floaters. Well I went two months without employment and was able to experiment. I learned that the less I took the better and healthier and more normal I felt. I now take a 1/4 dose or sometimes half a dose (50mg or 100mg). I can sometimes tell the medicine builds up in my system. The telltale sign is the reappearance of floaters and headaches. When this happens I quit taking the medicine for a few days so I can balance out. With a low dose I'm able to fall asleep around 10:30 and sleep continuously till 7:30. Higher doses made me wake up in the middle of the night. Anyone else experience this? Answered by Bennie Spivey 1 year ago.

I was diagnosed with Narcolepsy in 1995 (symptoms started in 1991). I was originally put on a drug called CYLERT. It worked really well but I guess a very few people can get liver damage from it, so when Provigil came out my doctor switched me to that. I actually find it works much better and is more consistent for me. I've been on it for years and the only time I'm off it is when I am pregnant because CYLERT is safe during pregnancy. The only time I've experienced the headaches is when I first start taking it again (was off it 3 x for my 3 pregnancies) and they only last a few days. I never saw any "black floaters". My dosage is two 200mg tablets in the morning (4oomg/day). I don't know why you fluctuate with your dosage. 800mg/day is considered an overdose, that's probably why you don't feel well or "normal" sometimes. The whole purpose of this particular medicine is for it to build up in your system. It is NOT considered therapeutic if it is not a consistent level in your blood. That would be why it doesn't seem to work for you. The headaches are a good thing in this case because that signifies that you are approaching your therapeutic dose. If you then stop taking it for a few days, you will effectively reverse what you started and will start all over again. That's why you probably don't feel it works well for you. You have to take a consistent dose at the same time every day to feel the proper effect of the med. Having said that, it seems to me that you may be on the wrong medicine because Provigil appears to be too strong for you. If it causes you wake up in the middle of the night, then that means you are taking too much (unless you are taking it at night which is not recommended). The goal of this med is to allow someone with moderate to severe Narcolepsy (like myself) to function as a "normal" person. That would mean average night time sleep and as close to average normal waking hours as possible. If it in any way effects your night time sleep, you are taking too much. It would be a problem because if you are waking up in the middle of the night, then that will only add to your daytime sleepiness & fatigue; which is why you are taking the med in the first place. My recommendation would be to discuss your situation with your doctor. Based on your height, weight & degree of Narcolepsy he/she will come up with a recommended dosage. Then, take that dose EVERY morning at the SAME time for 2 weeks (tough out the headaches). You should be much better. If you don't think it helps, your doctor will probably up the dose by 100mg. You then take that in the same manner for 2 weeks. If you still aren't feeling better, then you should either try another medicine (like CYLERT) or seek a second opinion. There are a lot of other medical conditions that mimic Narcolepsy such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Anemia, severe hypoglycemia, even mild forms of epilepsy. Could be possible that you are misdiagnosed. Hope this helps. GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!!! Answered by Darrel Dirden 1 year ago.

you prefer greater workout and sparkling air. Do your superb to stroll approximately 2 miles early, earlier you start up your day, and remember eating breakfast. walk yet another 2 miles interior the late afternoon after your final meal of the day. you're able to could desire to paintings as much as the two miles and start up with basically a a million/2 a mile. I too felt drained forever till i all started this recurring. Answered by Bula Geigle 1 year ago.


Can you take Cylert and Adderall and not die?
Asked by Torrie Valenzvela 1 year ago.

With questions re drugs and drug interaction, always consult your pharmacist. They is what he/she is trained for. Never listen to any answers on YA regarding drug interaction ( other than this one ). Take care and be well. Answered by Fatimah Felling 1 year ago.


Is it bad if you take Cylert one day and then Adderall the next?
I would just like to know. And if so, what would happen if someone did do that ^^ Asked by Catarina Beltre 1 year ago.

Again, consult with your pharmacist. They are the trained professionals. Answered by Clarissa Alcock 1 year ago.


Besides adderall,ritalin,provigal,xyre... what are some meds to help w narcelepsy?Nothing helps me anymore.?
I have tried all the above meds in all different ways and doses and yet i still cant stay awake.Are their any more options aval. for me?Does narcelepsy woren over time?Please help me Asked by Otelia Schiffert 1 year ago.

God woman, do not positioned a 6 12 months historical on meds. I realize the lecturers could adore it. I have 2 boys that had been prompt to takes meds. I refused each occasions. The first boy simply graduated from school and received a GREAT activity the moment one is getting into High School with an A typical. Every youngster is one-of-a-kind. Keep your youngster energetic and centered. Search for choices on the net as a substitute of drugs. Answered by Gladys Brinkmann 1 year ago.

Not all meds react or have side effects that one notices, it is different with different users, if Provigil did as its side effect make cataplexy difficult for you, maybe you should ask you doc to prescribe an alternative med which is more compatible to suit your system. Answered by Antony Politowski 1 year ago.


Is getting ADHD medication a lengthy process if not previously diagnosed?
How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing... Asked by Shaquana Boleware 1 year ago.

I VERY LIKELY have ADHD, infact, I am almost certain I do. I have 9.5 out of 10 symptoms. I have read quite a lot about ADHD, and it seems that it takes way too long and includes many lengthy studies before a physician can give you the medication. Is this true? Also, here is a question about the medication. Since ritalin and dexedrine last only a few hours, whereas SR-ritalin and cylert last six to eight hours, is it possible that I can get both prescribed to me? I do not want to take ritalin/dexedrine 3 or 4 times when I can just take sr-ritalin/cylert once for the same effect. Somebody with experience, please help. Thanks. Answered by Gennie Acoba 1 year ago.

How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing so. I am restless and often cannot relax, I have BIG problems starting tasks and with my self-control, difficulty managing stress, being stimulated enough to finish an assignment, resisting distraction, and remembering something I just did twelve seconds ago. What I do long-term I sometimes have difficulty retrieving...like my research paper. I spent days on it (on and off because I can't even sit still for a few minutes), and the next morning couldn't remember a single thing about it. I have experienced this throughout high school, but can't remember it being as bad. If these aren't symptoms, I don't know what are. I definetely need medication. Answered by Arlette Bue 1 year ago.

I hope that you reading about my experience will be beneficial to you. Everyone has about eight out of ten of those symptoms. I score off the charts for ADD. I cant pay attention during chick flicks, math problems, school in general, and I am very forgetful of details. As far as it goes, I am the classic ADD case. Except there isn't really anything wrong with me. I am much better at verbal subjects, memorization and understanding concepts than other people. I am creative and energetic and a jock, so of course I don't like math, clerical work, or following directions. My parents and doctors made me take speed to try and make me normal. I didn't like the physical or mental effects of being wired on drugs all day. I realized I probably had to rather than be thrown out of more schools. I took speed for years and it probably helped me get through school. It also changed my personality drastically. I will spare you the details ( if you want we can talk privately) but I think I would have had a lot more emotional growth if I wasnt doped up on white knuckle rage and a brain buzz in a pill for a half decade or so. Unless you really have to, don't take ADD drugs. Drink redbull or coffee or tea to get you through studying or whatever, its basically the same thing. I'm just shy of 30 now and I've calmed down a lot. I'm still in happy daydream land half of the time, but Ive grown out of it for the most part. I learned math, patience, and to do things without having to seek external stimulus or try to rev my brain up for a manic, nervous bout of focus. There was never anything wrong with me to start with; I just learned to get by on my charisma and verbal skills until my calm and focus developed as I matured. If anything, ritalin and adderall prolonged my ability to do so and retarded my growth. This is a good time to think about how to become more organized and in control. In order to change you must put your pride aside and declare that you want to change. That is easy. Publicly defending any visible chance you make is not. Why did you get a blackberry? cause I have ADD. Why did you put a dry erase board and a desk in that spare room? Because I'm nuts, thats why. So back off. My point is to figure out what else you can possibly do to help your unique personality as well as looking into drugs. To answer your question about dosage, yes, you can mix sustained release and regular pills. It would be an advantage if you had taken all of these medications before to know their effects because your doctor will not just hand you ritalin, adderall, dexadrine, meth, cylert, modafanil, etc etc in order to try them, but I wont be the person to advise you to go and take a bunch of drugs and then call me in the morning. The process probably consists of a psych evaluation which will take several hours worth of doctor time and wont be free. You may learn something from it and it probably will be relatively painless. Good Luck. Answered by Elinore Loeb 1 year ago.

Hey Who... Im also lookin 4 help w/ undiagnosed ADD. What r Ur symptoms. My problem is dis-organized work. Has a Dr seen you about the medication? Very few psych Dr's r avail- able here. Can U find meds over-counter. R meds taken daily. Seems the meds r avail 4 kids not adults. Usu my scrips were 4 anti-depressant. Didnt like any of em. Answered by Felton Spetter 1 year ago.

You are not a psychiatrist. Most people who self-diagnose are wrong, because they start acting like they have whatever symptoms they are reading about. If you went to a doctor and said that, they would report you for drug-seeking behavior. Since you know so much about it, I'm sure you also know that ADHD drugs are basically legal speed. It makes me kind of suspicious. I'm sure it would make them VERY suspicious. Have a word with yourself. You have about as much background in psychology as my cat, and you have no ability to diagnose yourself, let alone decide what medications you should be on. Answered by Sammy Sancrant 1 year ago.

Hi there. I have a 10 year old daughter that was diagnosed with it when she was 4, but I knew she had it since she was a year and a half! It shouldn't be that big of a deal to get meds for yourself. It's just a matter of making an appointment, getting diagnosed and they should write you a script right there and then and you simply go that day to your local pharmacy to get it filled. Viola! Good luck sweetie. Answered by Lidia Waltmann 1 year ago.


Which ADD/ADHD Medication is most commonly prescribed?
Is it Adderall? Ritalin? Concerta? Dexedrine? Vyvanse? Strattera? Cylert? Which is it? Asked by Refugio Dory 1 year ago.

Good question. I think it depends on where you live. In the US I suspect it is Adderall. In Europe, Ritalin and Concerta are prescribed more. Cheers, Marcel Answered by Elene Kapsos 1 year ago.

The drugs that are prescribed are: short-appearing Stimulants: Ritalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Focalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Adderall (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Dexedrine (methylphenidate) 4-5 hours Dextrostat (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Vyvanse Clonidine Concerta Strattera(Atomoxetine) Cylert Wellbutrin Answered by Dung Lanen 1 year ago.


Which ADHD drugs shows positive on your drug screening test?
Asked by Todd Nordman 1 year ago.

adderall, dexedrine(dextroamphetamine), ritalin, cylert... like the other guy said.. all of em... cept sometimes they try SSRI'S and whatnot.. but ALL of the classical stimulant ADD/ADHD drugs show up as crack/meth.. because thats what they are essentially.. and i know because(cough).. just as good/bad. Answered by Noel Morla 1 year ago.

First, permit me handle the "retake the attempt" element of your question. they gained't enable you to grant a "new" pattern, yet you have the comparable pattern retested. If its a pretend beneficial, it rather isn't any longer susceptible to take place lower back. yet extra importantly, right here is why they are going to by no ability enable you to grant a sparkling pattern: because of the fact people who've legitimately failed drug exams are in a position to grant a "sparkling" pattern the 2nd time around if the drug has left their equipment via that factor. that would defeat the full purpose. Yeah, you're grimy on the instant, yet via next week, the medicine are out of your equipment, so we are gonna flow forward and enable you to purpose lower back...it would not artwork that way and now you optimistically understand why. So, you have the comparable pattern retested and regardless of if this is rather an errors, it gets back sparkling the 2nd time around. remember, that this is somewhat no longer likely (if no longer impossible) that an OTC drugs might take place on those drug monitors. this is why the MRO would not ask you approximately them. The stuff that comes up is many times the two unlawful or prescription. Did you're taking anyone else's prescription medicine that could have contained amphetamines? human beings many times do no longer think of two times approximately taking somebody else's medicine for something they're having a issue with (i.e. husband or spouse share prescription vicodin for soreness as a replace of going to dr. for various prescription). the subject with this is, this is seen unlawful and then in case you attempt for it, you will fail in view which you could no longer produce the prescription. So, if not one of the above applies to you, I recommend you ask them to retest the comparable pattern you initially grant (if the time-physique has no longer expired) and pay the money to sparkling your call. in case you pick to no longer, you have no longer have been given any case. No "reason for action" against your organization. they're following their organization drug coverage and additionally you have failed a drug attempt. except you're taking the required action to attempt to get that consequence shown incorrect (with the comparable pattern) then you somewhat are out of success. Answered by Jone Kroese 1 year ago.

If you choose to take those mind altering drugs tell the person giving you the test you take it. No worrys....Nasty drugs for a condition that is non fatil.... Answered by Chang Cara 1 year ago.


When you're on ADD medication, is it abnormal to quickly lose a lot of weight?
Asked by Somer Enrriquez 1 year ago.

Loss of appetite with Ritalin and Cylert are side effects. Answered by Chantell Bump 1 year ago.


Provigil, Modafinil, Narcolepsy, Sleep Disorder?
Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe... Asked by Mercedes Gruell 1 year ago.

Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe headaches, and even saw tiny black floaters. Well I went two months without employment and was able to experiment. I learned that the less I took the better and healthier and more normal I felt. I now take a 1/4 dose or sometimes half a dose (50mg or 100mg). I can sometimes tell the medicine builds up in my system. The telltale sign is the reappearance of floaters and headaches. When this happens I quit taking the medicine for a few days so I can balance out. With a low dose I'm able to fall asleep around 10:30 and sleep continuously till 7:30. Higher doses made me wake up in the middle of the night. Anyone else experience this? Answered by Serafina Sturrock 1 year ago.

I was diagnosed with Narcolepsy in 1995 (symptoms started in 1991). I was originally put on a drug called CYLERT. It worked really well but I guess a very few people can get liver damage from it, so when Provigil came out my doctor switched me to that. I actually find it works much better and is more consistent for me. I've been on it for years and the only time I'm off it is when I am pregnant because CYLERT is safe during pregnancy. The only time I've experienced the headaches is when I first start taking it again (was off it 3 x for my 3 pregnancies) and they only last a few days. I never saw any "black floaters". My dosage is two 200mg tablets in the morning (4oomg/day). I don't know why you fluctuate with your dosage. 800mg/day is considered an overdose, that's probably why you don't feel well or "normal" sometimes. The whole purpose of this particular medicine is for it to build up in your system. It is NOT considered therapeutic if it is not a consistent level in your blood. That would be why it doesn't seem to work for you. The headaches are a good thing in this case because that signifies that you are approaching your therapeutic dose. If you then stop taking it for a few days, you will effectively reverse what you started and will start all over again. That's why you probably don't feel it works well for you. You have to take a consistent dose at the same time every day to feel the proper effect of the med. Having said that, it seems to me that you may be on the wrong medicine because Provigil appears to be too strong for you. If it causes you wake up in the middle of the night, then that means you are taking too much (unless you are taking it at night which is not recommended). The goal of this med is to allow someone with moderate to severe Narcolepsy (like myself) to function as a "normal" person. That would mean average night time sleep and as close to average normal waking hours as possible. If it in any way effects your night time sleep, you are taking too much. It would be a problem because if you are waking up in the middle of the night, then that will only add to your daytime sleepiness & fatigue; which is why you are taking the med in the first place. My recommendation would be to discuss your situation with your doctor. Based on your height, weight & degree of Narcolepsy he/she will come up with a recommended dosage. Then, take that dose EVERY morning at the SAME time for 2 weeks (tough out the headaches). You should be much better. If you don't think it helps, your doctor will probably up the dose by 100mg. You then take that in the same manner for 2 weeks. If you still aren't feeling better, then you should either try another medicine (like CYLERT) or seek a second opinion. There are a lot of other medical conditions that mimic Narcolepsy such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Anemia, severe hypoglycemia, even mild forms of epilepsy. Could be possible that you are misdiagnosed. Hope this helps. GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!!! Answered by Herlinda Vibert 1 year ago.

you prefer greater workout and sparkling air. Do your superb to stroll approximately 2 miles early, earlier you start up your day, and remember eating breakfast. walk yet another 2 miles interior the late afternoon after your final meal of the day. you're able to could desire to paintings as much as the two miles and start up with basically a a million/2 a mile. I too felt drained forever till i all started this recurring. Answered by Leonor Mcquiddy 1 year ago.


Can you take Cylert and Adderall and not die?
Asked by Carley Delavega 1 year ago.

With questions re drugs and drug interaction, always consult your pharmacist. They is what he/she is trained for. Never listen to any answers on YA regarding drug interaction ( other than this one ). Take care and be well. Answered by Elvin Sisomphou 1 year ago.


Is it bad if you take Cylert one day and then Adderall the next?
I would just like to know. And if so, what would happen if someone did do that ^^ Asked by Danita Nicholason 1 year ago.

Again, consult with your pharmacist. They are the trained professionals. Answered by Irena Dehart 1 year ago.


Besides adderall,ritalin,provigal,xyre... what are some meds to help w narcelepsy?Nothing helps me anymore.?
I have tried all the above meds in all different ways and doses and yet i still cant stay awake.Are their any more options aval. for me?Does narcelepsy woren over time?Please help me Asked by Magdalen Nesseth 1 year ago.

God woman, do not positioned a 6 12 months historical on meds. I realize the lecturers could adore it. I have 2 boys that had been prompt to takes meds. I refused each occasions. The first boy simply graduated from school and received a GREAT activity the moment one is getting into High School with an A typical. Every youngster is one-of-a-kind. Keep your youngster energetic and centered. Search for choices on the net as a substitute of drugs. Answered by Cherelle Beckstrom 1 year ago.

Not all meds react or have side effects that one notices, it is different with different users, if Provigil did as its side effect make cataplexy difficult for you, maybe you should ask you doc to prescribe an alternative med which is more compatible to suit your system. Answered by Wai Vodicka 1 year ago.


Is getting ADHD medication a lengthy process if not previously diagnosed?
How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing... Asked by Jaquelyn Lerra 1 year ago.

I VERY LIKELY have ADHD, infact, I am almost certain I do. I have 9.5 out of 10 symptoms. I have read quite a lot about ADHD, and it seems that it takes way too long and includes many lengthy studies before a physician can give you the medication. Is this true? Also, here is a question about the medication. Since ritalin and dexedrine last only a few hours, whereas SR-ritalin and cylert last six to eight hours, is it possible that I can get both prescribed to me? I do not want to take ritalin/dexedrine 3 or 4 times when I can just take sr-ritalin/cylert once for the same effect. Somebody with experience, please help. Thanks. Answered by Joya Peon 1 year ago.

How do I know I have ADD? I tune out, I am always disorganised, I can't focus, I have an attention span of a goldfish, I make excuses for late assignments I had plenty of time to do but didn't because my mind was in lala land. I can't read for more than ten minutes at a time, and I get distracted doing so. I am restless and often cannot relax, I have BIG problems starting tasks and with my self-control, difficulty managing stress, being stimulated enough to finish an assignment, resisting distraction, and remembering something I just did twelve seconds ago. What I do long-term I sometimes have difficulty retrieving...like my research paper. I spent days on it (on and off because I can't even sit still for a few minutes), and the next morning couldn't remember a single thing about it. I have experienced this throughout high school, but can't remember it being as bad. If these aren't symptoms, I don't know what are. I definetely need medication. Answered by Clara Cader 1 year ago.

I hope that you reading about my experience will be beneficial to you. Everyone has about eight out of ten of those symptoms. I score off the charts for ADD. I cant pay attention during chick flicks, math problems, school in general, and I am very forgetful of details. As far as it goes, I am the classic ADD case. Except there isn't really anything wrong with me. I am much better at verbal subjects, memorization and understanding concepts than other people. I am creative and energetic and a jock, so of course I don't like math, clerical work, or following directions. My parents and doctors made me take speed to try and make me normal. I didn't like the physical or mental effects of being wired on drugs all day. I realized I probably had to rather than be thrown out of more schools. I took speed for years and it probably helped me get through school. It also changed my personality drastically. I will spare you the details ( if you want we can talk privately) but I think I would have had a lot more emotional growth if I wasnt doped up on white knuckle rage and a brain buzz in a pill for a half decade or so. Unless you really have to, don't take ADD drugs. Drink redbull or coffee or tea to get you through studying or whatever, its basically the same thing. I'm just shy of 30 now and I've calmed down a lot. I'm still in happy daydream land half of the time, but Ive grown out of it for the most part. I learned math, patience, and to do things without having to seek external stimulus or try to rev my brain up for a manic, nervous bout of focus. There was never anything wrong with me to start with; I just learned to get by on my charisma and verbal skills until my calm and focus developed as I matured. If anything, ritalin and adderall prolonged my ability to do so and retarded my growth. This is a good time to think about how to become more organized and in control. In order to change you must put your pride aside and declare that you want to change. That is easy. Publicly defending any visible chance you make is not. Why did you get a blackberry? cause I have ADD. Why did you put a dry erase board and a desk in that spare room? Because I'm nuts, thats why. So back off. My point is to figure out what else you can possibly do to help your unique personality as well as looking into drugs. To answer your question about dosage, yes, you can mix sustained release and regular pills. It would be an advantage if you had taken all of these medications before to know their effects because your doctor will not just hand you ritalin, adderall, dexadrine, meth, cylert, modafanil, etc etc in order to try them, but I wont be the person to advise you to go and take a bunch of drugs and then call me in the morning. The process probably consists of a psych evaluation which will take several hours worth of doctor time and wont be free. You may learn something from it and it probably will be relatively painless. Good Luck. Answered by Tatyana Langmyer 1 year ago.

Hey Who... Im also lookin 4 help w/ undiagnosed ADD. What r Ur symptoms. My problem is dis-organized work. Has a Dr seen you about the medication? Very few psych Dr's r avail- able here. Can U find meds over-counter. R meds taken daily. Seems the meds r avail 4 kids not adults. Usu my scrips were 4 anti-depressant. Didnt like any of em. Answered by Kerstin Schadel 1 year ago.

You are not a psychiatrist. Most people who self-diagnose are wrong, because they start acting like they have whatever symptoms they are reading about. If you went to a doctor and said that, they would report you for drug-seeking behavior. Since you know so much about it, I'm sure you also know that ADHD drugs are basically legal speed. It makes me kind of suspicious. I'm sure it would make them VERY suspicious. Have a word with yourself. You have about as much background in psychology as my cat, and you have no ability to diagnose yourself, let alone decide what medications you should be on. Answered by Grant Trupp 1 year ago.

Hi there. I have a 10 year old daughter that was diagnosed with it when she was 4, but I knew she had it since she was a year and a half! It shouldn't be that big of a deal to get meds for yourself. It's just a matter of making an appointment, getting diagnosed and they should write you a script right there and then and you simply go that day to your local pharmacy to get it filled. Viola! Good luck sweetie. Answered by Mac Galaz 1 year ago.


Which ADD/ADHD Medication is most commonly prescribed?
Is it Adderall? Ritalin? Concerta? Dexedrine? Vyvanse? Strattera? Cylert? Which is it? Asked by Vaughn Eldred 1 year ago.

Good question. I think it depends on where you live. In the US I suspect it is Adderall. In Europe, Ritalin and Concerta are prescribed more. Cheers, Marcel Answered by Franchesca Parlier 1 year ago.

The drugs that are prescribed are: short-appearing Stimulants: Ritalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Focalin (methylphenidate) 3-4 hours Adderall (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Dexedrine (methylphenidate) 4-5 hours Dextrostat (amphetamine) 4-5 hours Vyvanse Clonidine Concerta Strattera(Atomoxetine) Cylert Wellbutrin Answered by Van Nilges 1 year ago.


Which ADHD drugs shows positive on your drug screening test?
Asked by Sadie Gambino 1 year ago.

adderall, dexedrine(dextroamphetamine), ritalin, cylert... like the other guy said.. all of em... cept sometimes they try SSRI'S and whatnot.. but ALL of the classical stimulant ADD/ADHD drugs show up as crack/meth.. because thats what they are essentially.. and i know because(cough).. just as good/bad. Answered by Marisela Shortino 1 year ago.

First, permit me handle the "retake the attempt" element of your question. they gained't enable you to grant a "new" pattern, yet you have the comparable pattern retested. If its a pretend beneficial, it rather isn't any longer susceptible to take place lower back. yet extra importantly, right here is why they are going to by no ability enable you to grant a sparkling pattern: because of the fact people who've legitimately failed drug exams are in a position to grant a "sparkling" pattern the 2nd time around if the drug has left their equipment via that factor. that would defeat the full purpose. Yeah, you're grimy on the instant, yet via next week, the medicine are out of your equipment, so we are gonna flow forward and enable you to purpose lower back...it would not artwork that way and now you optimistically understand why. So, you have the comparable pattern retested and regardless of if this is rather an errors, it gets back sparkling the 2nd time around. remember, that this is somewhat no longer likely (if no longer impossible) that an OTC drugs might take place on those drug monitors. this is why the MRO would not ask you approximately them. The stuff that comes up is many times the two unlawful or prescription. Did you're taking anyone else's prescription medicine that could have contained amphetamines? human beings many times do no longer think of two times approximately taking somebody else's medicine for something they're having a issue with (i.e. husband or spouse share prescription vicodin for soreness as a replace of going to dr. for various prescription). the subject with this is, this is seen unlawful and then in case you attempt for it, you will fail in view which you could no longer produce the prescription. So, if not one of the above applies to you, I recommend you ask them to retest the comparable pattern you initially grant (if the time-physique has no longer expired) and pay the money to sparkling your call. in case you pick to no longer, you have no longer have been given any case. No "reason for action" against your organization. they're following their organization drug coverage and additionally you have failed a drug attempt. except you're taking the required action to attempt to get that consequence shown incorrect (with the comparable pattern) then you somewhat are out of success. Answered by Fidelia Racina 1 year ago.

If you choose to take those mind altering drugs tell the person giving you the test you take it. No worrys....Nasty drugs for a condition that is non fatil.... Answered by Evette Aiola 1 year ago.


When you're on ADD medication, is it abnormal to quickly lose a lot of weight?
Asked by Saundra Brindger 1 year ago.

Loss of appetite with Ritalin and Cylert are side effects. Answered by Abram Pitel 1 year ago.


Provigil, Modafinil, Narcolepsy, Sleep Disorder?
Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe... Asked by Veola Hatteyer 1 year ago.

Anyone have this experience from Provigil? For my first year using it I didn't experience any relief from the constant fatigue, and exhaustion I live with. So I increased the dosage. I would take anywhere from 1(200mg dose) per day, up to 5 (200mg doses) per day. I was still run down, experienced severe headaches, and even saw tiny black floaters. Well I went two months without employment and was able to experiment. I learned that the less I took the better and healthier and more normal I felt. I now take a 1/4 dose or sometimes half a dose (50mg or 100mg). I can sometimes tell the medicine builds up in my system. The telltale sign is the reappearance of floaters and headaches. When this happens I quit taking the medicine for a few days so I can balance out. With a low dose I'm able to fall asleep around 10:30 and sleep continuously till 7:30. Higher doses made me wake up in the middle of the night. Anyone else experience this? Answered by Theo Costellowo 1 year ago.

I was diagnosed with Narcolepsy in 1995 (symptoms started in 1991). I was originally put on a drug called CYLERT. It worked really well but I guess a very few people can get liver damage from it, so when Provigil came out my doctor switched me to that. I actually find it works much better and is more consistent for me. I've been on it for years and the only time I'm off it is when I am pregnant because CYLERT is safe during pregnancy. The only time I've experienced the headaches is when I first start taking it again (was off it 3 x for my 3 pregnancies) and they only last a few days. I never saw any "black floaters". My dosage is two 200mg tablets in the morning (4oomg/day). I don't know why you fluctuate with your dosage. 800mg/day is considered an overdose, that's probably why you don't feel well or "normal" sometimes. The whole purpose of this particular medicine is for it to build up in your system. It is NOT considered therapeutic if it is not a consistent level in your blood. That would be why it doesn't seem to work for you. The headaches are a good thing in this case because that signifies that you are approaching your therapeutic dose. If you then stop taking it for a few days, you will effectively reverse what you started and will start all over again. That's why you probably don't feel it works well for you. You have to take a consistent dose at the same time every day to feel the proper effect of the med. Having said that, it seems to me that you may be on the wrong medicine because Provigil appears to be too strong for you. If it causes you wake up in the middle of the night, then that means you are taking too much (unless you are taking it at night which is not recommended). The goal of this med is to allow someone with moderate to severe Narcolepsy (like myself) to function as a "normal" person. That would mean average night time sleep and as close to average normal waking hours as possible. If it in any way effects your night time sleep, you are taking too much. It would be a problem because if you are waking up in the middle of the night, then that will only add to your daytime sleepiness & fatigue; which is why you are taking the med in the first place. My recommendation would be to discuss your situation with your doctor. Based on your height, weight & degree of Narcolepsy he/she will come up with a recommended dosage. Then, take that dose EVERY morning at the SAME time for 2 weeks (tough out the headaches). You should be much better. If you don't think it helps, your doctor will probably up the dose by 100mg. You then take that in the same manner for 2 weeks. If you still aren't feeling better, then you should either try another medicine (like CYLERT) or seek a second opinion. There are a lot of other medical conditions that mimic Narcolepsy such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Anemia, severe hypoglycemia, even mild forms of epilepsy. Could be possible that you are misdiagnosed. Hope this helps. GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!!! Answered by Obdulia Mick 1 year ago.

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