THe amphetamines - especially absent Adderall - can be extremely dangerous. The only other member of the family (other than dextroamphetamine and amphetamine) marketed in the US is literally the last amphetamine left standing: methamphetamine HCl, once (and still) marketed here by Abbot Labs as Desoxyn and by what was then Burroughs-Wellcome as Methedrine. There were injectable dosage forms of Methedrine available that almost killed many people who received a "lift" out of the torpor of recovering from anaesthesia with a shot of Methedrine.
Much more so than Adderall will EVER be, Dextrostat and Dexedrine are subject to misuse, abuse and addiction, to say nothing of wholesale diversion if prescribed to adolescents.This has to do with the various d- and -dl-amphetamines salts in Adderall. Long story short, if too take more than you're supposed to, the nasty side effects residing in the dl- part of the molecule usually ensures patients won't make the same mistake twice.
Why in the world would I ask any doctor write for amphetamines on MY (s patient's) Narcolepsy is pretty damned rare. Occasionally we use Dexedrine in 5-15mg/day in order to augment multiple drug therapy in patients whose depression has been refractory to other pharmacological treatment. It can be a very safe drug and, to this day, a helpful drug to psychiatrists. However, this is one case where the feds are NOt overreacting. A competent neurologist or psychiatrist really is the only type of physician that I believe should write for Dexedrine or Dextrostat, even though all of us whose Controlled Substance prescriptive privilege has not been limited by the DEA!!
I will ask my doctor to prescribe a new medication for my condition.
constently keep qoinq to them tellinq them that u feel .... [& then tell them the Side affects of adhd].. & Then say u want help!!. you can't live your life in adhd forever!. Ask to see a pyschiatris.. Thats what i did to qet mood stablelizers & anti-depressints & Adhd meds :).. Now im happy & hiqh :) yay! ;P
Nearly all pediatricians or general practitioners can offer up guidelines as well as prescribe medication for ADHD! They will first ask questions about the patient's behavior, and performance at work or school, as well as at home. Mental health facilities may also help in finding a physician who specialized in care and treatment of ADHD.
ask your doctor, they'll give that person medication.
Concerta is made to treat ADHD. You would have to ask your doctor about the possibility of treating PTSD with Concerta.
Go to a doctor and ask him or her to prescribe you an antipsychotic.
First off, you should ask your doctor. They what to do. Second, are you positive you have both?
Take the child to the doctor and ask the doctor to check it out for the child. It is really that easy instead of asking random people on the internet. But no really, take the kid to the doctor.
they can watch their calories, ask the doctor to prescribe an inhaler, and they can work out as much as they can.
Really it depends on the child I'd say ask your child's doctor he/she should be able to help.
actually i was just tested for ADHD about two weeks ago. just go to your doctor and he will ask you some questions and either give you a prescription or he'll say you don't have it.
If you go to the teens doctor tell them he or she has ADHD and they should recomend or have the teen try a type of medication usually they will ask some questions and that will help them figure out what medication is right for the teen
There are a number of other antibiotics that are regularly prescribed. Ask your doctor to prescribe you a different one if Amoxicillin is not working for you.
ADHD screening is usually done by an educational specialist (EdD), a psychiatrist or a psychologist. Physicians generally do not sceren for ADHD in adults. Ask your physician for a referral. Visit the National Institute of Mental Health's website for loads of info on ADHD: www.nimh.nih.gov/health
You can ask your doctor for anything; whether they give it to you is another thing. ___________________ DON'T ASK for it. Review the symptoms of ADD, and then tell him/her that you hae those symptoms. The DR will give you a non-narcotic first, but then tell him it doesnt work. Eventually, he'll give you Adderall. ___________________ When i have patients come in to tell me that they have ADHD, i often ask them many symptoms, then i offer coffee, if you have ADHD, coffee should make you VERY tired almost immediately and tell your doctor that you are feeling tired, not hyper! Do not confuse this! Another thing you can do is if your doctor prescribes you a drug i highly doubt it would be Adderall on your first test to see the dosage that you need, but honestly, if i were you i would try to get the lowest dosage possible. DR. Prince Royal-Johnson M.D.
You need to talk to your doctor and ask him/her to prescribe Aspirin. If Aspirin doesn't work, ask for Warfarin. Both drugs are blood-thinning. Good luck, Bill.
of course not! why would you even ask that question?? what are you trying to say?? ╚(•⌂•)╝
Depends on what pills. Ask your doctor about the ones you usually take and he can tell and if needed prescribe other ones.
This combination of drugs is used to relieve moderate to moderately severe pain. This medication is sometimes prescribed for other uses; ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
First, go and see your doctor. Take regular pain medication, such as Tylenol. Ask your doctor is he can prescribe an anti-inflammatory pain killer. Try calamine lotion. If an infection sets in, you will need antibiotics.
No one online can "prescribe", which includes advising you how often to take a medication or in what dose. You need to ask your doctor.
Ask your Family Doctor to get a checkup for your stool which is called a "StoolCulture" then you should wait for results then your doctor will prescribe you something. Nobody can tell you what medicine you need only doctors can!
Answer: If you mean to ask if theres something you can take to replace Adderall, perhaps you could ask your doctor about prescription Strattera HCI. It is a non-stimulant ADHD medication. This means that it is very unlikely to cause dependence. There are other stimulanyt ADHD medications that are similar but not exactly the same as Adderall. There is Dexedrine or Vyvanse. There are others of the "amphetamine and dextroamphetamine family". It is important to talk to your doctor before quitting your medications, or switching.
A psychiatrist is a personal help doctor, who will ask you for some personal details, and will help you to sort out your problem, through talking, understanding, and, if you have a health-related mental illness, they can prescribe you medicine A therapist is just a couselor. They can not prescribe any medication.
You can ask your doctor to prescribe you a diuretic. Another problem people generally have from opiates like oxycodone and fentanyl is constipation.