Methylphenidate

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 Methylphenidate

Methylphenidate, sold under the trade names Ritalin among others, is a stimulant medication used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.[1] It is a first line medication for ADHD.[1] It is taken by mouth or applied to the skin.[1] Different formulations have different durations of effect.[1] Common side effects include trouble sleeping, anxiety, and weight loss.[1] More serious sid...
methylphenidate sa

White round tablet SZ 780 ## I located the pill in description to be a 20 mg Methylphenidate SR tablet. Methylphenidate is the most commonly prescribed psychostimulant and is indicated in the treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and narcolepsy. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

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 Dexmethylphenidate

Dexmethylphenidate, sold under the trade names Focalin among others, is a potent central nervous system (CNS) stimulant used in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.[1] It is in the phenethylamine and piperidine classes of medications. It is the active dextrorotatory enantiomer of methylphenidate. Contents 1 Medical uses 2 Contraindications 3 Adverse effects 4 Overdose 4.1 Addiction and dependence 4.1.1 Biomolecular mechanisms ...
Apo Methylphenidate

I have been diagnosed with ADHD and Bi-polar disease. My Dr. gave me 2 different meds which are Apo-methylphenidate and Sandoz-Methylphenidate. What is the difference between these 2 meds and why are they giving me 2 different ones? ## They aren't different medications, they are both just Methylphenidate, APO and Sandoz just refers to the manufacturers. This medication may cause side effects, such as: nausea, headache, dizziness and insomnia. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have been taking methylin er 20 mg. for 2 years. I went to get a new prescription filled & I was given methylphenidate sr 20 mgs. because they were out of the methylin, but it is not working the same. Is there a difference? ## Reggie, Methylphenidate is the active ingredient in Methyl... ...

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methylphenidate tablet

pale yellow. one side, 790. the reverse side, 'SZ' ## The pill which you are describing is Methylphenidate 20 mg, a generic form of Ritalin. I believe it's manufactured by Sandoz, but cannot verify it with the manufacturer. ...

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pics of methylphenidate

WHITE ROUND FLAT MW 200 WITH BLUE SPECS WHAT MILLIGRAM ARE THESE? ## Hello, Zeuss! How are you? I'm sorry, but I can't find any pills that match this description in the U.S. databases. Is it possible that it's from a foreign source? I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. ...

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methylphenidate hcl 20mg

pink tablet 585 ## Check your imprint again. Is there a letter or a sign or another number on it as well? ## An oval pink tablet with just the numbers 585 on it is manufactured by Sun Pharma Global and they list it as containing 40mgs of Rosuvastatin, which is used to help lower cholesterol. NDC code: 47335-0585 The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and joint/muscle aches. Is there anything I can help with? ## Is this a reliable generic? I've had huge problems with other generic methylphenidate brands for my narcolepsy. ## I’ve been having bad luck finding a quality generic for methylphenidate, & am curious to know if you found a new one that works for you. ...

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methylphenidate hcl tab 5mg

tiny white pill with M on one side and a 5 on the other ## Located a match for a round white pill with an M on one side in a square and a 5 on the other, it's Methylin (active ingredient methylphenidate) 5 mg. Methylin is indicated in the treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and narcolepsy, although off-label uses include treating lethargy, depression, neural insult, and obesity. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

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dan 10 5883 methylphenidate

How long does it last in our bodies ## Hello, Enrique! How are you? Approximately 10 to 18 hours. The FDA classifies this medication as a stimulant that is most commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia and nervousness. It also carries the risk of being habit forming. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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methylphenidate 20mg tablets

take 1 tablet by mouth 3 times daily ## Hi will, Thanks for taking the time to share that dosing information. According to the manufacturer's guidelines, they also suggest taking 10 to 20mg orally 2 or 3 times daily; with a third dose to be only be taken if necessary (as in some patients, a lesser amount may still suffice). The dosing indications could be somewhat different for each individual, as well as those using sustained release tablets. So, in my opinion it's always important to verify this type of information with your doctor first. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Methylphenidate Details I hope this helps! ## Thx for the info, especially the link to the secondary pages, it lead me to much more connected information. ...

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Methylphenidate refill from APO

I have been taking Methylphenidate mps 20mg for the past few years and doing great. A couple of weeks ago I went up to get my refill but it wasn't the brand I was on. They told me at the pharmacy that it's the same thing. I was taking them but I am feeling weird along with an upset stomach. Headache. They gave me apo brand. I am wondering if it's just me or are they somewhat different? I would call my Dr. but he is out of town. Thanking-you in advance. ## Decreased appetite, dry mouth, and nausea are all very common adverse effects of Concerta. The best way to counteract the gastrointestinal discomfort is by timing your medication appropriately with meals. Concerta should generally be taken about 30-45 minutes prior to a meal. Go ahead and try that for a couple of days and s... ...

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Methylphenidate (concerta) prices

Why is the price of methylphenidate so expensive now? My doctor informed me that it is dirt cheap, and is generic. I was diagnosed with ADD, and was informed it was a cheap drug since I could not afford health insurance. My memory and attention is poor. I am willing to try the drug in generic form. ## I take 10 mg methylphenidate three times daily for narcolepsy. I have no health insurance, but I have been paying $6 for ninety pills at the local Wal-Mart. Today I went to have it renewed and got hit with a $55 bill. I am a senior on fixed income. I would imagine that it is either caused by the increased demand due to upturn in ADHD diagnoses, or some effect of the wonderful new Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. His Grace strikes again? ## And I am taking the generic...forgot to tell yo... ...

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Camber Brand Methylphenidate 10mg

My pharmacy recently switched brands for my Methylphenidate 10mg and I swear I could be swallowing placebo. This medication does not work. I’m looking to see if anyone else has had this problem? ## Under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, generics are allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus, or minus 20% of the active ingredient, the FDA considers that to be an acceptable therapeutic window. In most cases, the difference are minuscule and no one notices, but some people are sensitive to medications and can run into other problems. Another reason for a problem could be too broad of a difference, since in reality that is a 40% window for difference. For example, the one you were taking previous might have been high in the amount of the active ingredient, say it was actua... ...

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methylphenid and methylphenidate

I am in college and I have ADD. At the start of the spring semester my Dr. prescribed me the generic form of Ritalin "methylphenid." When I went to go get my last prescription filled they gave me "methylphenidate." Are there any difference between the 2? If so what? ## They are the same, both generic for Ritalin. The pharmacy just left off the last 3 letters of the name. ## Hello Bobjotoby, How odd, I don't think I have ever seen a pharmacy cut off just the last 3 letters of a drug but I was unable to find anything on a drug named methylphenid so I would assume that BL is correct in saying that is likely what has happened. For peace of mind you always have the option to call the pharmacy and confirm if this is the case. Let us know what you find. ...

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what is triting methylphenidate 20mg

please help me to find out what is Methylphenidate 20mg to use for? ## Hello, Anna! How are you? This is a stimulant that's most commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. Thus, the FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia and anorexia. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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methylphenidate & methyphenidate sa & sr

i am on just plain methylphenidate 20 mg tabs. they don't seem to be as effective as they used to be. i was talking to my psychiatrist about switching to something else but he wasn't very agreeable about it. he said these types of drugs are getting more difficult to get. is this true? what is the difference between methylphenidate reg, sa & sr? could this all possibly have something to do with which pharmaseutical companies my doc deals with? ## The SR stands for sustained release, so the ones with that designation are a time release formulation, rather than a regular release, like what you are currently taking. And no, it has nothing to do with any dealings he has with the pharmaceutical companies. If you search our site you will see that many people are having problems get... ...

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Methylphenidate is similar to Vyvanse?

My 8 year old is on methylphenidate 27 mg (concerta) and doing very well with it, but I have had many problems with his clinic. His next appointment will be in 2 weeks, and his medication won't last! I have vyvanse 10 mg from the last time he was taking those. My question is can he take vyvanse until his appointment date? Is vyvanse similar or not? I don't know about this type of medication much ....but I don't think it's good just to stop it because the "clinic" has failed too many times to do their job! I know we can go to ER, but this medication needs prior authorization and last time I did that, I got a prescription but the doctors at ER were too busy to do the prior authorization so in the end I couldn't get any... ...

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Sandoz Methylphenidate Availability

Can anyone tell me if they have completely stopped making Methylphenidate 20 mg? Just the regular tablet. Not the extended release / yellow round tablet with sz imprinted on them manufactured by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals... ## I was panicked to think that might be the case, but I just found it at a CVS (in Tucson). From my efforts to find it, this is what I have learned… each CVS may give you a different answer, from "we have no control, we only receive what is sent to us" & "I have no way of finding out anything for you"... to "sure, I can order that for you". Bottom line, to find Sandoz methylphenidate don't give up after calling one or two CVSs! ## Hello Just curious, According to the FDA there is no stoppage or shortage of these pills only the exte... ...

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methylphenidate la 30 mg cap differences

Why would I get 2 different pills when I have the same prescription and same manufacturer on the bottles from the same Pharmacy? The amount of time between scripts was 2 months. ## This is a generic medication, so it is manufactured by different companies, this is allowed by the FDA in order to create market competition to help keep prices down. My best guess is that your pharmacy ran out of their usual one and had to use some from a different manufacturer to fully fill your latest prescription, or they switched, and neglected to note the change on the label. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia, and anorexia. What are the markings on them? If you can post back with this infor... ...

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Ritalin, methylphenidate,manufacturers

I take 20 mg of methylphenidate twice a day I have two kinds of pills I believe from two different manufacturers one is yellow withSZ 790 and the other is pink with R/33. I want to be sure they are the same medication (Ritalin) because I may have mixed them with another medication. I take (seldom, but keep with me as I travel) clonazepam .05 mg-generic for Klonopin) that is the same color. Can anyone advise or should I take them to the Pharmacy to confirm? ## Hello, TW! How are you? I'm happy to help you with this mix up. The tablet with the SZ 790 on it contains 20mgs of Methylphenidate/Ritalin. Learn more Ritalin details here.* And the tablet with R 33 on it contains 0.5mgs of Clonazepam/Klonopin. Learn more Klonopin details here.* Is there anything else I can help with? *Both of ... ...

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