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I'm on Ritalin now but have tried Vyvanse. I'm thinking of switching to Vyvanse permanently because it seems to last longer and there's no crash when it wears off. Anybody else can you share your personal experience with either of these meds?
I have been diagnosed with depression & GAD and had a relasp for 3 months now.. no improvment at all! Waiting for out patient referral. Generally I can just about cope with it day to day. Real problems occur when I wake up at 4am and have little sleep, around 4hours. Its annoying I have really bad cognitive problems then. Very hard to read, follow plots on tv, follow directions. It's so debilitating.. Does anyone get this?And what are good ways to cope with it?
I take 225mg of effexor every morning but Ive heard from a specialist that the maximum dose is 300mg & since Ive been diagnosed with severe depression that this is the level I should be having. What part of these things are true & what are false?
ive come across a video on youtube about the birth effects on a baby or during pregnancy that if you take Effexor while pregnant it will harm or kill the baby. well first of all thats why on the bottles it says talk to doctor before starting medication if wanting to become pregnant or is pregnant or breastfeeding but will it or does it actually do that?
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