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    ADHD meds
    crentchler posted:
    My ped is discussing the possibilities of putting my 4.5 year old on meds for ADHD. She has given me two meds to research, and I figure what better way to find out about them then to talk to parents who has kids with ADHD. the meds are vyvanse and strattera. what are the pros and cons of them? Which one seems to work better for your child and why?
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Crentchler and Welcome -

    We have a wonderful ADD/ADHD Community to help you out with your questions. Please repost your concerns over there to connect with others for support and advice.

    Glad you found WebMD and you are correct, it is great to network with other parents!

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