14 Jul 2011
Daytrana is a prescription medication that is used for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents. It is a skin patch that is applied once daily (in the morning) and worn for nine hours, eliminating the need to take medication at school.
Because the medication contains methylphenidate, a stimulant that is commonly abused, there are special rules governing it.
The patch cannot be eaten & Daytrana does not come in injection form.
Take care, be safe & well!
- Daytrana Information for Consumers
- Daytrana Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Daytrana (detailed)
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she is on a higher dose now of Concerta than she was with the Daytrana patch and she still is having problems controlling her ADHD symptoms. Why are ...
1 answer • 31 May 2010
My daughter is 15 and she has been on the patch for a couple of years. She usually has no problems. In the summer I don't make her wear it, this ...
1 answer • 25 Aug 2012
He says he feels really sick and nausious. I know this is a side affect but how long does it typically take for his body to get used to the medicine ...
1 answer • 3 Jun 2014
Put patch (20mg) at 9:30 and 2 hrs. later didn't see much of a difference.
0 answers • 28 Dec 2014