Whats the strongest and best medication for ADHD and Bipolar? If it is really bad. On high dosage of Concerta, Methylphenidate, Oxcarbazepine, and more
Whats the strongest and best medication for ADHD and Bipolar?
- 8 Apr 2010 by ispeedy2518
- 19 May 2010
- concerta, depression, seizures, bipolar disorder, narcolepsy, anxiety, trigeminal neuralgia, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd), methylphenidate, oxcarbazepine
It really depends on the strength of each medication you have tried they all may not be working cause your at the lowest dose and im assuming you are an adult. My son is 9 yrs old. and he take's adderall it is similar to concerta and vyvanse the vyvanse is a semi new medication for adhd but I would not change to any of them from the adderall for nothing it has worked so well for him. My son has severe adhd and the running like he is on a motor thing is no longer a problem for him he has gotten good marks at school and home ever since he has started this medication and he has been on it for 6 months. If you have not yet tried adderall give it a shot me and his doctor first started him out on a low dosage and moved up all the way to the 30mg and has stuck to that milligram for 2 months now. The reason I asked about your age is cause the older we get the stronger the medication we need especially if we are tolerable to it and you may just need a med adjustment if that doesn't work try the adderall or ridlin I believe thats how its spelled these two medication are in a higher class when it comes to adhd control.
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