... taking1/ 60 mg tab of vyvanse once a day, the same as taking 2/30 mg tabs 3times of Adderall?
This isn't the final dose you'll be on probably, it will be increased a little bit yet. The max dose of it is 70 mg. When docs order a drug, they are using the dosing recommendations for that drug, not what you were on before with a different drug.
With my experience with getting switched from Adderall to Vyvanse is that although Vyvanse is supposed to last all day it really doesn't and, with me, I could totally tell when the Vyvanse stopped working. My doc is not opposed to me taking a 30 mg Adderall IR booster, which you should talk to your doc about. A good idea is to keep a log about how the Vyvanse is affecting you throughout the day, and if you're lucky the Vyvanse will be great, but if not like me the booster is needed. 60 mg of Vyvanse is a low dose for how much Adderall you were taking, but as everyone knows, different meds affect different people in many different ways. Best of luck to you.
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