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side effects ## what is 70 mg used for? ## Vyvanse contains the active ingredient Lisdexamfetamine, it is most commonly used to treat ADHD. Learn more Vyvanse details here. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, insomnia and anorexia. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vyvanse.
Mon, Mar 25 '13, 12:27 PM
vivanse and propranolol
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capsule ## What is better as a stimulant?Adderall or vivanse?which gives u more energy and awareness?which one is bed for focasing? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Propranolol.
Tue, Sep 22 '15, 1:49 PM
how are they when come down off of vivance
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I have an 8yr old grand daughter who has recently been prescribed Vivanse, she has experienced insomnia she's hungry but can't eat she talks obsessivly , she herself has noticed the differences in her behavior and does not like it she does not want to take it anymore . Is there certain foods that can cause the. Side affects to increase, or maybe things we can have her do or eat to make her system adjust to this? Or should she not be taking this at all, I have thought about talking to her. Dr an Mother about taking her off period!? ## Hello, Kalyn! How are you? As reported by the FDA, those can be normal side effects of this medication. Typically, however, side effects are transient and will improve with time, as her body gets used to the medication, but that could take 4 to 5 we... ...
Updated 11 months ago.
Thu, Oct 27 '16, 4:42 PM
white pill with 93 one side and 1174 on the other
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I have the pencillin pill can it be used for a it infection no itch/burning bladder seems full but when go to bathroom just a small amt ## Hello, Cherry! How are you? Sorry about the problem that you're having. There could be other issues causing such a problem, it's not always due to an infection. Are you on any other medications? How much fluid do you take in each day? You should consult your doctor for this, because if something is preventing you from urinating fully, then it could be dangerous. ## Speed, like meth or atterol or vivanse will cause this issue. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Thu, Apr 09 '15, 3:52 PM

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