User Reviews for Quillivant XR
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Reviews for Quillivant XR
For ADHD "My son was prescribed this at the age of five. It work well on his ADHD, the bad thing about it was that it made his see things that weren't there. He would hallucinate very badly. So we had him taken off and was put on a new medicine."
Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 13, 2015
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For ADHD "This has been the best medication for my 10-yr old son, both in how it works and the fact that it's a liquid. He has severe ADHD. He can't swallow pills and the patch gave him a rash. He had tried a few capsule meds opened up & the extended release bead mixed in pudding. As soon as this came out, we switched him to Quillivant and he's had great success in managing his ADHD during the day. He starts having trouble at school around 1pm, so it does wear off somewhat, but overall we have been impressed with this medication. I will second the other reviewer's comment that you should get the Copay card from your prescriber that is given to them by the manufacturer so it only costs $20/month. You can get a new one each calendar year."
Sumomof3 August 11, 2015
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For ADHD "Used for ADHD treatment in my 8 year old daughter. We had to increase her dosage to last the school day. Only real pitfall is it comes in a glass bottle and not easily transported. We switched to a pill that I can keep on hand....for mornings when ADD mom forgets :-) ALSO stupid expensive unless you get the $20 copay card from your DR. They will send you another after 12 uses. Did have to get authorization from insurance for this med."
cafekete (taken for 1 to 2 years) February 18, 2015
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