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my son is taking Risperadone and Vyvanse . has anyone ever been prescribed this combo? side effects? he is 8. thanks for any help!!



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felice Says:

my daughter is on bouth and shes 11 it's been about 7 months really she has not complained of any problems shes on a good dose to plus adderall after school and clonidine to sleep i never wanted to put her on any meds but its so much better for her in school and at home good grades she can stay still listen not all the time but omg shes like a diffrent girl but in a good way my son is on meds but different cause the ones my daughters on didnt faze him it all depends on the kid im on vyvanse to well hope somthing in there helped u out also when being started on new meds try a week or two and follow up with ur doctor very important!!! remember it may take time to get on write dose i know theres 3 of us on these kinds of meds and simular.hope i helped

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I have heard of it,but if I was you I would get your child off the risperdal, bad side effects,it has been known too cause tics,uncontrolled jerking,studdering, raise cholesterol,and depression.some cases diabetes.i took it for a while never had a seizure,started to have them,even though I'm off now I still have seizures,and some uncontrolled movements,Now the vyvanse is a good medicine,can't Insufflate it, have to take it or it will not even be active,has to pass through liver to turn it into Dexedrine. people on this site complain alot about it but I think most of them are addicts,and don't like it cause it can't be abused I wish you and your kid the best .im not a doctor but my dad is and he want use risperdal on any of his patients.so do more research and you will probably decide too take him/her off immediately.

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