Can You Take "on Task Naturally" Vitamin With Guanfacine?

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My daughter takes 1/2 of a 1 mg pill of guanfacine in a.m. and other half in p.m. Can I give her a vitamin called On Task Naturally? It is 120mg vit C, 50mg vit B6, 200mg Magnesium, 15mg Zinc. The guanfacine has helped with her hyperactivity, but her mental focus.hasnt improved much. Dont wanna increase guanfacine dose due to sleepiness. We used the "on task" previously, and it worked well for awhile, but then plateaued. Would like to try this combo before trying any other meds or higher doses.



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Verwon Says:

Unfortunately, supplements aren't evaluated for interactions with prescription drugs.

Thus, I can only advise speaking to her doctor or pharmacist, before adding the vitamin, just to be safe.

Learn more Guanfacine details here.

Has her doctor done blood work to check for any deficiencies?

If the vitamin helped before, her condition could be affected by her being low in one or more vital nutrients.

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