I was diagnosed with adult ADHD (combined) about 15 years.
I was on Ritalin (Methylphenidate) for ~7 years. It worked great initially, but slowly began to lose its efficacy.
I then switched to Adderall (Amphetamine). Although it didn’t work as well as Ritalin, it was OK. But it gradually became ineffective.
I switched back to Ritalin about 6 months back, and it seems to work, although not as well as it used to be.
So I’m wondering if there is another alternative to Ritalin/Adderall.
My PCP suggested Vynase (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate); but my health insurance does not cover it and Vynase is very expensive.
I have seen the following listed as alternative medications for ADHD:
I am not a medical professional, so I have no opinion on your use of Vyvnace. I will say that there are discounts available for Vyvance if you go to their website. That at least may make it affordable to give you the option to try it.
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