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Old 08-14-2003, 05:00 AM
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My son has been on Strattera for about a year now. The doctor has had to take him from 25 mg, to an 18mg. In which it works for a while then after several months it is like his body is immuned to it and he becomes tired, not active (which is very unusual), also he does not eat well. My child is already thin enough. I am going to go to the doctors again and try the 10mg, I really hope this will work. I am tired and I am sure my child is tired of having to switch medictions. It's like he is some kind of Guinea Pig.
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Old 08-28-2003, 05:00 AM
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im sure you are tired but every child is different <br> so it is a process of elimination as to what will work and <br> how much they will need. take one day at a time. good luck
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