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The second problem is that it's eating through your system too fast. I have heard other people talk about a lull in the afternoon from Vyvanse. I was on it for quite awhile. If you are having anxiety, it's typically when the stimulant is LEAVING your system when you're ADHD. The key to treatment with stimulants is to have something to help you come down after getting a good 12-16 hours of coverage.
However, I'm in no means out of shape, and am extremely ripped. I'm worried that Vyvanse is messing with my heart, and I'm not sure what to do. I was a 3 sport varsity athlete as a freshman, and this issue is really giving me a scare. I would just stop taking Vyvanse, but it helps me do great in school, and I'm getting to the point where I'm dependent on the drug. When I don't take it for a day, i'm so tired that I can barely open my eyes, let alone function normally.
I am currently taking vyvanse in the morning and 0.5 mg ativan at night for anxiety. I am going for a pre employment drug screening next week, and I was wondering if the legal use of amphetamines and benzodiazepenes can be used against me. I know companies are really concerned about illegal drug use, but I just wondered if they can see the need for prescriptions as a weakness and withold the offer because of it .
i took 3 vyvanse 70 mg in the morning then 2 more 12 hours later that was 4 days ago my heart is still pounding and hurting and is off rythem im having breathing problems and getting light headed am i gonna die? im just wondering cause i've got a drug test comming up and im scared if i got to the hospital they will drug test me and it will get back to my p.o.
I have a question about Vyvanse. Currently, I am on 70mg. The problem is it wears off after 4-5 hours and I experience the worst crash and depression! I have experimented and taken 2 Vyvanse 70mg in one day.. one at 7am & the other at 1pm. That dosage lasted me until 9pm that night. I have read tons of articles about this wearing off on ADHD websites & forums.I also read where doctors are prescribing up to 210mg of Vyvanse. The most common high dose is 140mg.
Bad when wearing off.and my doc made me sign contract drug test to make sure its there and you might laugh in 36 my mom had to come in and sign that she would bring it too me everyday.if you are worried talk to your doc about deal like that.if you have somebody who will hold you accountable you want have to worry about abusing its working wonders for me.
so I talked to my doctor about it,and man what a difference in down from 16mg suboxone to 8mg after starting the vyvanse,at first I never thought I would ever come off suboxone.next month going to 4mg and so on until I'm off.the best thing about it is I don't hold my vyvanse so I can't abuse.laugh if you want but Dr brought my mom in made her sign contract that she would bring it too me every morning,I also had to sign for drug test .but it has been well worth it.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Though all of this has happened, we have only just begun to test if Vyvanse is right for me and can help me concentrate. And it does, for a short while. But for me, it's already starting to look like a terrifying roller coster of tall, steep ups and plummeting, spiraling downs. That definitely doesn't sound like the "twelve-hour consistency" slogan that they advertise. Even so, I do not know how this medication will end up working as time progresses.
I don't know if it will ever go away, but my 16 year old son has been on Vyvanse for 4 years and last year was diagnosed with OCD after taking him off for the summer for a drug break. He also started to have some major anxiety where he will go in his room and cry (loudly). I am now trying to wean him off after he started having chest pains and his left arm went numb. Very disturbing. Did the Food & Drug Administration test this before approving it?
adderall-vyvanse-dextroamphetamine.amphetamine mixed salts these are all basically used for adhd. Yea basically like speed its a control 2 medication which means it can be highly addictive.
LilMinnie- I agree that the most frustrating part is me not being the person I used to be, I think it may be worse than not having a diagnosis. I also started taking Vyvanse (an ADHD medication) in order to help with the fatigue and concentration problems. If I forget to take it I have a really hard time concentrating on anything. I am hoping to have all my testing done by the end of this month and then hopefully some answers.
She put a word in for me to get a manager's position at her store. My problem is the drug test. I will have adderall in my system. I have a prescription for it, so I am not worried about that aspect but I have never told my family that I was diagnosed years ago. If I take 15mg daily, how long will it take before it is out of my system completely?
With a prescription for Vyvanse it won't matter if it shows up on a drug test, and it definitely won't show up as THC from what I understand. Don't know much else to help you, except that you can always test again at home and see if it shows up neg or positive at this point.
jerking. In the beginning they blamed the Vyvanse he was taking because it just started happening suddenly after having a rash then cold/flu type symptoms for 3 days. He had been on it a little over a year and had some of the poss. side effects noted. He discussed this with his prescribing dr. and the dr. felt it was prob not the med but, stress. Occas. tightening in chest, clenching his jaws, new OCD symptoms.
Vyvanse is just another amphetamine. All speed, or speed-like products, will produce the symptoms you had, if taken in overdose. If you have that reaction with a normal dose, then you probably do not have ADD.
I made it through my rehab from oxycontin abuse without ever slipping up, never missing an appointment, never failing a drug test, etc...and after I got off the opiates, I maintained a relationship with those that had helped me. So when I was off the opiates, and my anxiety/depression/attention problems returned, they were willing to help me. I was able to convince them through therapy, as well as, my behavior that all I ever wanted was a solution to my problems.
About a month ago I started taking my vyvanse again, and have noticed a decrease in those urges and how bad they are. I still get that feeling sometimes, but it's not as overwhelming and I don't typically fall asleep. Once this semester is over, I want to take a break from my ADD medicine again, but I'm concerned about those sleeping urges.
It made me alert and focused, but most of all, it worked way better than Lexapro or Xanax ever did for depression. The Lexapro/Vyvanse combo put me in an extremely happy, positive mood, to the point where I would occasionally find myself being a chatterbox when talking to people. However, I wasn't "amped up" or jittery. I actually found it very easy to just sit at my desk and work all day.
I would love to help and probably can point you in the right direction (not to fool a drug test, but how to best truly help her), but need more info.
thanx for the input i have been considering asking him about vyvanse. by the way something i should have mentioned in my earlier post and is why i feel he is being such and ignoramous, is that i havent have a seizure in almost two years, which is why my neuro doc was ok with the adhd meds and im not on seziure meds either. at first the worry was increased seizures even though i had explained it gave the opposite effect.
I am a 58 year old white male, non-smoker, drink alcohol, sometime imprudently. No other recreational drugs. I take a stimulant (Vyvanse) for ADHD. I have dislipidemia and coronary heart disease. I had a minor MI in 2001 after which I was put on ASA, a beta blocker, an ACE inhibitor and a statin. In about 2006 I started having stable angina which led to a quad. CABG in 2007. My medications are much the same as before the surgery. My lipids are excellent.
I posted back in Sept about having insanely irregular periods and the pill after several months was not able to regulate it. Even though my ultrasound came back showing only one cyst, my doctor swore that I still had PCOS. Since then he ended up putting me on Doxycyline to see if it would help my acne while as well as ordered blood test to check for signs of PCOS.
I know all this from many years of being told that my son has ADHD because the schools automatically say that any kid that cannot sit still all day long and learn in the same way as everyone else in the class, they are labeled ADHD and put into special ed. I hope that this information helps, if you have anymore questions, please feel free to ask. Take Care!!
Just because you don't have the straie (I can point to people that do not) and other symptoms - does not rule the disease in or out. One test does not rule the disease in or out. Heck the pathetic guidelines even say to do three different tests but at least do them correctly. Just having weird proportions is a clue that something is up - and you need to get to a better doctor and get on it.
I feel more focused and able to work for longer periods of time. However I also feel like since the drug kicks in, I start to start out there on the edge in a way, and after a few hours I want to pull back and not be on the edge. At this point I begin reallly desiring some marijuana, because I know it will relieve this sudden tense feeling. As if your about to do something, but cant do it, and you have this wierd feeling I am not good at explaining or identifying feelings...
I've taken both Stratera and Vyvanse in the past, and several anti depressants, etc. I don't think I realized my symptoms were caused by ADHD. Because I have childhood documentation, I may be able to get on a controlled substance. Doctors hesitate to put people on controlled substances for obvious reasons. I'm not worried about it, in spite of the addiction I just kicked. I think if you're medicating the real issue then it's fine. I'm not a lifelong abuser. It kinda happened by accident.
and is actually in the same realm of drug classification as Ketamine and PCP. For the reason that it works so well as a cough suppressant at low doses is the reason why it is made a legal over the counter drug. But the intent is certainly not to get high off of. So it's actually way way up there in terms of permanent damage. And yes it really does cause as much damage at high doses as PCP and Ketamine do. Best thing I can say to help you recover... stay clean! Your mind will get better.
I have used and abused pretty much every drug their is and in my opinion the opiates were the hardest to get off of. It sounds like He has a LOT of substance abuse issues .
obsessive internet surfing, looking for home businesses (which I honestly believe will work, and may, but with an unusually high confidence. This is due to, in my opinion, a false sense of confidence, or; the lowering of whatever makes me cautious. Without a stimulant (amphetamine), I am depressed. I am strong willed, but even after 5 months of not taking anything, I still had anxiety and depression. This being said however, not the same anxiety that I experience with Adder all.
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