I don’t have personal experience with Tourette’s to share, but I have seen parents who have the side effects of increasing tics with stimulants, and some who didn’t have that issue. Unfortunately, the only way to know if it will make tics worse for your child is to try it.
Guanfacine (short acting Intuniv) is sometimes prescribed for Tourette’s and it’s commonly used for ADHD. That may be a more cautious place to start treatment for her.
This article outlines more treatment options for Tourette’s:
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