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When Should You Increase The Dosage Level? πŸ’ŠπŸ€” [ADHD Meds]

When Should You Increase The Dosage Level? πŸ’ŠπŸ€” [ADHD Meds]

When Should You Increase The Dosage Level? πŸ’ŠπŸ€” [ADHD Meds]

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10 Comments

  1. I was diagnosed and medicated two weeks ago (18mg methylphenidate) I don’t feel any different, only more tearful in the afternoon and mire tired. I also think I’m getting a little paranoid.

  2. I take 50mg scheduled dosage increase next week to 70mg. I’ve taken 100 mg at once and been just fine. I have very severe ADHD, compounded by depression and PTSD and many of you may not know this, but they actually prescribe methamphetamine for this exact condition. It’s called Desoxyn, but there’s so much stigma because of the media and the disgusting crap people cook up from chemicals under the kitchen sink, or whatever That it’s hard to get doctors to talk about it. I have no doubt that most of the adverse effects that come from methamphetamine are because of what people are making it from a pharmaceutical controlled does is something entirely different anyway that’s not a road I want to go down, I only mention it as an opportunity to maybe take away some of the stigma because that medication is approved for children three years old and up so it’s obviously quite safe

  3. My only wisdom is DO NOT INCREASE THIS WITHOUT TALKING TO A DOCTOR. Always make sure your doctor is on the same page as you. You get nothing by going behind their back.

  4. Thanks Stuart – this made so much sense to me. My 30mg Elvanse started to loose efficacy after about 6 months. My 50mg are starting to tail off 4 months in, but they're still working. Great insight about taking time to raise the dose too – these meds have been transformative for me and I finally understand the phrase "it's a marathon, not a sprint". Love your channel! Great content!

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