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I am an adult nursing student and I take medicine daily for my ADHD. I began with Adderall and it seemed to work at first, then I needed more to get me through the day. My physician switched me to Vyvanse, but it was extremely more expensive. I am currently taking 40mg LA Ritalin, but my body is becoming more tolerant of this drug also.

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  • Ritalin is a stimulant medication for ADHD. Learn about Ritalin side effects and dosage, Ritalin LA, and common questions parents have about Ritalin. Ritalin is a methylphenidate-based drug. Like all stimulants, it works by improving the way parts of the brain communicate. Ritalin immediate release (IR) tablets are usually taken 2 to 3 times a day. Take Ritalin IR tablets 30 to 45 minutes before a meal. Ritalin LA extended-release capsule are taken once daily in the morning. You may take Ritalin LA capsules with or without food, but take them the same way each time. I'm new to this board but have been reading messages for some time. I am impressed with with the friendly and supportive tenor of the posts. I was diagnosed with add as an adult. I always knew something "was not right" but could never figure out what that was. Now things make sense for the first time..

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    PART I. ADHD is not a sickness. It’s a trait like all human traits, with advantages and disadvantages. “Ritalin will help your son stop feeling dumb,” I tried to persuade her for the 100th time, but she, with the sharp intuition that only brave mothers like her have, was not convinced. Despite the fact that 10 years ago, I was on the.