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I was just reading through some of these comments about Ritalin, and I wanted to add my experiences. I was diagnosed with ADD my senior year of college (over 10 years ago) and had been taken Ritalin ever since. I agree with all the comments about experiencing the jitters and how you can operate with little sleep. Despite the side effects, it was a miracle! I had always taken the max dosage 20 ...

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AW | 35-44 | Male | On medication for less than 1 month | Patient
6/25/2021
Condition: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Overall rating 5.0
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I'm on day 5 of this medication. Ritalin 10mg in the morning. From next week I start 20mg in the morning so I'll update this review as time goes on. I was recently diagnosed with attention deficit disorder with classic symptoms. From day 1 I noticed about an hour after taking the medication it felt like a fog lifted from my mind. I could focus more clearly and actually get things done, my memory seems better, I can recall people's names and my vocabulary improves as before words were just lost sometimes in my head. I take the medication around 9am. By about 6pm I feel the fog starting to settle back in. So far the only unsettling side effect is racing mind when I'm trying to sleep. But it hasn't made me any more tired even though I'm getting less sleep. Next week my dose goes up to 20mg and 2 weeks after that it'll be 20mg in the morning and 10mg in the afternoon. I'll keep you posted...

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Skylar Wray | 19-24 | Female | On medication for 10 years or more | Patient
6/23/2021
Condition: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Overall rating 1.0
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I was put on this as a child. Like 4 or 5 and stayed on it for many years till my middle school years. When i stopped taking it i started going mentally insane, crying, screaming, hurting myself, throwing myself around. It was just got a good experience for me or my family during my high school years. I was never told i was on this till recently and now i am a 19 year old with a bunch of problems that i never knew why they existed. I still have depression to this day, my body cannot fully pump blood to the rest of my body so i get cold arms/legs and or cold fingertips and toe tips. I still get anxiety every day to even go outside because my body is discolored because of my low blood circulation it’s literally purple and red and pink in random spots on my body. I do not recommend giving this to anybody for anything. It needs to be taken off the market for everyones safety . THIS DRUG IS DANGEROUSLY ADDICTIVE I HAD WITHDRAWALS FOR 5 YEARS IN HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL . i never got a choice in the matter because i was so young and they are just shoving drugs in a 4 year old kid to make her “calm down” .

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Anonymous | 25-34 | On medication for less than 1 month | Patient
1/23/2021
Condition: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Overall rating 1.0
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Day two, 10mg in the morning, 10mg at lunch. BOY do I hate this. Upside: my mind is quiet and Im not bouncing off the walls-for the first time in my life.( Im 27 and I only recently sought help for my ADHD and OCPD because it is all so out of control now.) Downsides: cold sweats, cant concentrate, aggression, irritability, I have to force myself to drink water, lock jaw, depression is Way worse. Its a saturday so I couldnt call my dorctor. My pharmacist told me to stop taking it and go in if things get worse. I just feel terrible. Like many others reviewing this, I would not recommend it to anyone, unless you are interested in everything I just said sucked. Obviously drugs are different for everyone, im hopeful about trying Adderall. the reviews seem to be better. I dont have an addictive personality and dont see how anyone could abuse this, but I can see from my research its a very real thing. advice-do your research!

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Thoguh | 35-44 | On medication for 10 years or more | Patient
12/9/2020
Condition: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Overall rating 4.7
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I am a 44 year old male who was diagnosed with ADHD at age 8. I've taken 10mg Ritalin off and on since then on an as needed basis. Basically when I need to sit and focus on something tedious. I don't take it daily, though I might if I had an office job. It has never really had any adverse effects on me. It does what it is supposed to do. I can focus mentally on one thing without my mind wandering or trying to multi-task. It allows me to be productive and allows me to get things done. This actually improves my mood as I feel accomplished. I don't have any negative mental or physical side effects that I notice. Again, I understand that things effect different people in different ways, and I see some crazy stuff from other people in these reviews, but I've never had a problem with it and it works for me. This is also why I've never tried anything else.

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