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Old 10-18-2019, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default 30mg at 8am and 30mg at noon (Vyvanse) or 60mg at 8am?

When I take 50mg Vyvanse at 8am (40 minutes to wake up), it lasts until 4-5pm. When I take 50mg at noon, it lasts until 8-9pm.

What if I take 30mg at 8am (An hour to wake up), then 30mg at noon if I have nothing to do in the morning. When I have something to do in the morning, I can take 2x 30mg at 8am?

I can't go to sleep at 9pm. I just can't. I need to sleep at 12am because 9pm-12am is my peak thought time. My thoughts are faster but I can't focus.

I want to wake up and enjoy the morning and being able to focus before 12am too =[

If I really have to sleep 12 hours a night, I think taking 60mg at noon would allow me to focus from 9pm-12am anyways so..

(Me sleeps too much)
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Old 10-18-2019, 06:28 PM   #2
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Default Re: 30mg at 8am and 30mg at noon (Vyvanse) or 60mg at 8am?

This isn't gonna work..

I'll ask for 1-2x 5mg dexedrine for the evening?
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Old 10-18-2019, 06:55 PM   #3
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Default Re: 30mg at 8am and 30mg at noon (Vyvanse) or 60mg at 8am?

Nevermind. End this thread. I'll just be happy with how I am currently. I'm stable and meeeeh.. whatever...

I'll just sleep
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Old 10-21-2019, 05:28 PM   #4
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Default Re: 30mg at 8am and 30mg at noon (Vyvanse) or 60mg at 8am?

I had to register but your question was worth it.

I take 1x 30mg at 8am and 1x 30mg at 12pm noon.

That works well but not well enough. I also take a varied amount of Dexmethlyphenidate of 10mg. Normal is 1 at 8am, 1 at 12pm and 2 at 4pm. I start making mistakes after 10PM. On busy days I'll add as needed.

So 2x 30mg and 4x 10mg per day. You might consider adding the instant boost for those times you need it.
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Default Re: 30mg at 8am and 30mg at noon (Vyvanse) or 60mg at 8am?

Not sure if this helps but thought Id share so you know we can all struggle with getting the Meds & doses right... I was taking Ritalin, 20 mg in morning and 10-20 mg mid afternoon, depending on my plan for the rest of the day. But I also was still not focusing/ concentrating well. The Dr. Has newly prescribed Concerta (long acting 60mg) wish me luck that the new med holds me all day and provides better results..[/B][/SIZE][/FONT]
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