About Me: Female, 57, Highland, KS, member since Oct 2012
I'm a wife and mother of grown children. Work fulltime and farm. I had a slight stroke in 2007 and have been diagnosed with AAD afterwards. They hit the nail on the head! I took Ritalin 60mgs a day for 4 years and it quit working. Now I take Vyvanse @ 70mgs. Doesn't wor
[More]k or runs out. When meds work I can function and multi task like the old days. My memory seems to be getting worse and attitude *****! Drs say I have no residual damage from stroke. Just like to know how other mothers or women my age (53) cope.
Just a quick note to say hi! I have not been on here in weeks. Sorry I missed your question. Yes! Keeping your doctor informed about your reaction to your medication is so important. Vyvanace works well for some folks. Dosage may need adjustment but of course you and your doc need a good rapport in order to
make to correct decisions in the future about your particular needed adjustments.
I am encouraging an adult son with the some issue. There is a magazine for ADHD folks. I found it while doing a search for the site.
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