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Doctors, will you prescribe fluxomine 100 with ritalin (methylphenidate) for an ADHD and OCD person ? Or it is dangerous ?
Can Ritalin (methylphenidate) or similar make OCD symptoms worse? Also can Ritalin (methylphenidate) be taken safely with Prozac? I have OCD and inattentive ADD.
Is strattera (atomoxetine) with Zoloft better than ritalin with Zoloft for a person who has ocd+social anxiety+add ?
Which ssri meds or meds for OCD and anxiety problems are the safest to take with stimulant ADHD medications like ritalin (methylphenidate) ir ?
CAUTION: Ocd meds are antidepressants. Antidepressants by default are activating/stimulating meds. They will be an add on with stimulant use to cause you overstimulated agitated, restless, a. Also stimulants can stimulate propagate ocd.. Younxious, insomniac etc. You need to discuss this further with your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have OCD and probably adhd(without hyperactivity). I am taking now faverin. Is it possible that my doctor prescribe me ritalin (methylphenidate) also next time ?
Is it helpful to take multivitamins if I have ADHD & OCD , & i'm taking ritalin & Zoloft (sertraline) & omega-3 supplement (efalex active 50+) ? And is it safe ?
Probably; yes: I believe it is beneficial for most people to take multivitamins. It's also probably useful for anyone taking most pharmaceuticals. Studies show mutivits. Can have a positive benefit on mood, esp. Those high in b complex: http://bit.Ly/1lu4aou multivitamins are very safe- see http://bit.Ly/18xyule there is no guarantee multivitamins will help but an excellent chance a quality one can be of value. ...Read more
It's a stimulant: Ritalin is the trade name for methylphenidate Hcl, a mild central nervous stimulant medication. It's used to treat attention deficit disorder (ADD) or excessive sleepiness (narcolepsy). Narcotics are pain medications such as morphine, Demerol, (meperidine hydrochloride) Oxycontin, Vicodin, Dilaudid, Percocet, etc. There is no relation between Ritalin and meds in the narcotic group. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers