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Old 05-25-2005, 05:00 AM
Deb
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My 12 year old son has been on Strattera for almost 2 months. He has gone frome a c- average to B+ average. He was always acting like the class clown. He was very messy, never put any thing away. He is much better now. We dont fight over doing his homework. For the first 3 weeks he was going to the nurse often. She gave him crackers for his up-set stomach and he returned to class. Now he understands he needs a good breakfast. He takes 40mg at bed with milk or ice cream the nurse said fatty foods help with the up-set tummy. WE MY SON AND I LOVE STRATERRA!!!
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