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Violette

895d

Has anybody been on concerta for adhd and switched to adderall? I'm about to do that and am hoping it will help

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    • Violette

      892d

      First day on adderall xr. I feel way better than i did with the concerta. Like noticably different. Yami im gonna have to try the NAC, im prone to anxiety so im a little worried about that. Thanks for mentioning it!

    • Violette

      892d

      First day on adderall xr. I feel way better than i did with the concerta. Like noticably different. Yami im gonna have to try the NAC, im prone to anxiety so im a little worried about that. Thanks for mentioning it!

    • Yami

      894d

      Yeah I tried concerta and felt nothing. Upped the dose and still nothing. Then went to Adderall XR and that worked a bit better but not really. I’m now on Adderall IR and so far it’s worked the best for me (had to up the dose to 15mg before I could start feeling the benefit). I have to combine it with an NAC supplement tho to help my anxiety. Definitely prefer it to concerta tho. Good luck!

    • Carmen_Gardner

      895d

      Adderall works wonders for me. Been on the same dose for 10-ish years.

    • BenevolentErudite

      895d

      My boyfriend just started taking Adderall 3 months ago and he says it helps him immensely. That's all I got. Hopefully more people have more input for you. ❤️

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