Pill With Cor 239

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Trina Says:
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This pill is Ritilan 20 milligrams. It works well if not abused by folks that do not suffer from the debilitating effects from adhd or add. This controlled substance is well known as hillbilly or poorman's coke. It has reported same effects on the Brain as the street drug for non adhd ~ add. Parents please beware these meds are everywhere and equally dangerous as it's street drug sibling!! Ritilan is prescribed regularly to small children so again it's in one outta five homes folks. It's caused death, addiction, sickness and sadly i know parents who've sold their kids medicine stating child doesn't need as a second income getting one dollar per mg yup 20 for this pill!! Can u not ask the logical question, why not make it harder to abuse, make an extended release so inhaling isn't possible. Yea they make it however I literally found this pill today with above inscribed on the girls bathroom floor at the local Jr high that's 7th grade folks! After i went to the principle's office cause not enough funds for a nurse these days we (myself & office lady, no luck locating principle) searched the bathroom unfortunately we found two more pills and a straw in a container meant to conceal tampax! I wasn't surprised by finding such junk. I am appalled by everyone giving zero ****s! !THESE same folks in a uproar over who's peeing privately in a private stall or the joke we're calling a presidential campaign just as we have no voice in who will become president of the US of america! We're losing our kids to something our government can STOP! Yes they can make these meds so they're near impossible to ABUSE! Or HOLD doctors accountable for writing endless scripts. I've lost loved ones too many to count! ! WE CAN'T WIN IF WE DON'T TALK ABOUT THIS! PLEASE DON'T BE YOUR KIDS FRIEND TODAY, BE THE PARENTS! GIVE THEM A U/A IF U SEE LACK OF INTEREST IN THINGS THEY USUALLY LUV IF U SUSPECT DRUG OR ALCOHOL USE. DON'T JUST TAKE IPHONE AWAY. TAKE IT AWAY AND SEEK TREATMENT. PLEASE DON'T ALLOW SHAME OR FEAR TO TAKE YOUR CHILDS LIFE CAUSE I ASSURE U THIS IS NOW IN WHITE SUBURBIA. OPIATE ADDICTS TURN TO CHEAPER MORE AVAILABLE ILLICIT DRUGS. AT LEAST EDUCATE PARENTS BECAUSE TYPICALLY WHEN WE'RE MADE AWARE OF THE PROBLEM IT'S MUCH HARDER TO HEAL IF AT ALL.



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David Says:

Thank you for bringing these haphazard situations to light. My condolences for the loss of your loved ones. It's good you're speaking out so other parents can be aware and take caution. I share similar feelings toward much of your plight and am sure there are countless others who would be equally frustrated about finding Ritalin in a 7th grade bathroom. When it comes to the health and safety our kids, being a parent instead of a friend can make all the difference later in their life.

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RN Says:

It is the parents and family who are responisble for discussing drug usage with kids and saying its not ok or dont do it is not enough. This is an on going discussion over years. Sadly there are many people who need this drug and I shutter to think of those people not being given acccess to them because too many people abused them.

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NotADrugSeeker Says:
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You sound judgmental. Why would you assume kids are passing around the drugs to feel high versus someone dropping their medication? These medicines exist for a reason. You annoy me. People like you are also the reason kids turn to the streets for answers cause you sound overly judgmental to not have a medical degree.

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