Tic is found among people who take Vyvanse, especially for people who are male, 2-9 old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Seroquel, and have Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder . We study 10,910 people who have side effects while taking Vyvanse from FDA and social media. Among them, 233 have Tic. Find out below who they are, when they have Tic and more.
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Vyvanse has active ingredients of lisdexamfetamine dimesylate. It is often used in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. (latest outcomes from Vyvanse 12,812 users)
Tic (a sudden, repetitive, nonrhythmic motor movement or vocalization involving discrete muscle groups) has been reported by people with thrombocytopenia, drug withdrawal syndrome, diarrhea, dehydration, pain in extremity (latest reports from 3,618 Tic patients).
On Sep, 20, 2016
10,910 people reported to have side effects when taking Vyvanse.
Among them, 233 people (2.14%) have Tic
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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My son is 7 years old and he is in the autistic spectrum disorder. His biggest delay is speech, at the moment he is able to say needs and wants and starting to make some comments of daily life. His gross motor skills are much better than his fine motors, although he is improving. Does not like to draw. Does not like to watch TV (just one or two favourite programs) He eats well and sleeps well. He has some behaviours like running in the supermarket, getting very anxious to get into the plane when we travel (he loves planes), and laying in the floor when he does not like sth. Some few times he hit himself when was very frustrated. He is not capable of understanding a soccer match, However he kicks very well (but has not sense of competition) Not very interested in board games nor in learning in general. His attention is very weak, so we started with Vyvanse some months ago. And as well we have started with a DAN Doctor so we are giving him a lot of supplements and vitamins. We realized he had a problem when he was 18 months and did not say any words, just noises. We started Speech therapy since then up to today. Until he was 4 I felt he was not aware of daily life...now is very aware of everything but still he has a maturity of a younger boy in relation to interests and playing. He was only diagnosed in the ASD when he was 5 y.o, He is developing well and we are working everyday for his future independence. At this moment we are doing ABA, OT , Speech and tutoring.
I have been snorting and sniffing at least 3 years now. My husband is ready to sleep In another bed, And my daughter tells me it is embarrassing in front of her friends. I can't quit bawling because I want it to and my dr's told me that is some cases seroquel actually does the reverse and takes away the tic. I a scared to death what it will do to me. Weight gain? Restless leg syndrome? Disoriented? PRETTY PLEASE enlighten me before I go to my shrink this week. Xoxo
Hi. I ended up being hospitalized after one month being on wellbutrin sr. I became so psychotic and manic. I was paranoid to the max. I have never had any symptoms like this in my entire life. has anyone heard of someone going through something like this after taking wellbutrin sr?
I just start Vyvanse 30mg a week ago. The first day I was in heaven, but that went away. Now I seem to clinch my teeth, have headaches and seem 'out of it' at times. The overeating hasn't stopped yet either. How do I know that I need a higher dose? Is 40 mg ALOT stronger, or not really?
I was diagnosed with underactive thyroid and high blood pressure in July of 2012. Around October 2012 is when I first started noticing symptoms in my feet (shooting pain, tingling, numbness) I got my doctor to prescribe me lyrica (exact symptoms as commercials) which I took for about a year. ...
No idea how this works, my first post so here we go... I just got put on Vyvanse and Topamax to help with my binge eating issues. I can't find much information on how the two work together. Anybody who can share your experience? The Dr said he's starting me low to see how it goes. 20mg for ...
I take 250 mg of keppra in the morning and 500mg at night for a little over a month now after having two grand mal seizures on December 28th 2015. All my test came back negative from the neurologist and they are now to bring me off the Keppra. I don't have ADHD but I heard Vyvanse help with ...
My son is 7 years old and he is in the autistic spectrum disorder. His biggest delay is speech, at the moment he is able to say needs and wants and starting to make some comments of daily life. His gross motor skills are much better than his fine motors, although he is improving. Does not like ...
My teenage daughter is on 30mg of Vyvanse and I have read B12 can help. She is having terrible mood swings when vyanse is running out and read that the B12 might help with this. What time of day do you take the B12 and do any of you it helpful? The vyvanse is helping her focus at school, ...
Hello, So I've been taking the Prozac for about 5 months now. I just started the Vyvanse about a month ago and the two seemed to work fine as I was taking the vyvanse in the morning and the Prozac at night. My doctor increased my dose of the Prozac from 40mg to 60mg and on the prescription it ...
I just started taking Vyvanse for depression and it has helped me tremendously. I have a calmness and a happiness that I haven't experienced in years. I am 43 and have been battling depression since my 20's.
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