Vyvanse Vs Mydayis

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Kimberly Says:
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Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can share their experience switching from Vyvanse 70mg once daily to Mydayis (50mg) and if it is a better medication as opposed to Vyvanse? Please respond if anyone out there has experienced this switch as I am considering it somewhat although, I have no major issues with Vyvanse.



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Verwon Says:

If Vyvanse is working for you, why switch? I am just curious.

Mydays is most similar to Adderall, and is used to treat the same conditions, but overall it really depends on what works for you, and what is safest for you. Has your doctor suggest you make a change?

The FDA warns that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, insomnia, mood changes, and weight loss.

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Kimberly Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Hi, Verwon! Thanks for the reply. To answer your question, No, my doctor has not suggested changing my meds from Vyvanse to Mydayis. I recently read an article on Mydayis and didn't know there was such a medicine as Mydayis therefore, mostly just curious to know if there's any pros or cons of the medication.

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