FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: MYDAYIS

User Comments:


For ADHD “I was prescribed Adderall IR 10mg 2x daily last summer but the dips between dosages were awful. My doctor prescribed Mydayis 12.5 mg to see if the XR would help even out the lows. Mydayis took several hours to kick in. I had to wake up 2 hours earlier than normal just to be productive by an acceptable time. The overall productivity effects were minimal. I became horribly irritable. I could not be in the same room as others and noise made me “fighty”. (I typically have a very quiet, sweet disposition) I slept far more than average and noticed significant gaps in my memory. I was very nauseous and I began violently vomiting after each pill.Overall, it was an awful experience. I am back on Adderall IR and realize, as a college student, XR is not best for me. I need to be in control the effective period. IR gives me flexibility that Mydayis and pills like it can’t provide.”

Grace M. March 11, 2018


For ADHD “The first day, I was so ill it was inconceivable. Plain and simple. The second: gave me such an intense deep sleep it was still hard to grasp. Yes, I took the RIGHT prescribed pill. Obviously, way too many PERSONAL variables to go slamming a new med, (some people report very positive reactions) but after MY experience I really question the mad scientists behind this stuff. Stick to the basic Adderall.”

marcus March 9, 2018


“After 10+ years of trying everything for depression, Vyvanse brought me out of it like I woke from a coma. Literally! I’ve been on Mydayis for just over a week, after 6 years of Vyvanse. So far I agree with others. It takes a really long time to start working. No matter when I take it, it doesn’t take effect until four+ hours later. That’s a really long time. I’m going to do what someone else suggested and try taking it at bedtime the night before or a couple hours before I get up.I’m on the 37.5 mg now, so I’ll give it another week (or less) then call the doctor to see about jumping up to 50 mg, the maximum dose. Other than that it’s ok. No real side effects or problems. Had a couple of incidents of heart pounding during the first few days but that’s past. If 50 mg doesn’t work I’ll probably go back to Vyvanse. Hope that helps.”

LRudolph March 5, 2018


For ADHD “This makes me very nauseous if I don’t eat enough food when I take it. It seems to me like it takes longer to start working, compared to adderall. It does not seem as effective as adderall in my opinion but I guess it lasts longer throughout the day. I am currently using a Rx coupon so I pay $15/month. Dosage 37.5mg. Compared to adderall (which I was on for years), Mydayis causes less of a lack of appetite and less of that “pounding heart” feeling. I also feel that I am able to sleep better on this. The lowest dose did nothing at all for me besides nausea. 37.5 mg is better but I would probably be fine increasing to 50mg”

Anne (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 4, 2018


For ADHD “I have been on Mydayis for a few months now. It has changed my life. Initially, I was on 25mg, but I have Bipolar Disorder as well, so it made me manic when I would take it. I am now on the 12.5 mg and I am finally productive at college and it’s even helped some of my anxiety. All other ADD/ADHD medicine before this has always made my anxiety worse and the side effects outweighed the benefits, but I am so glad my doctor put me on this. Without it, my brain fog is intense and I cannot function normally.”

Amber (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 27, 2018


For ADHD “Over the last 5 years I’ve tried Adderall XR, adderall In tablet form, vyvanse and Ritalin in just about every dosage and I think Mydayis is the most effective of them all. Both Adderall XR and vyvanse would wear off early and I would need multiple adderall tablet pick me ups to get through the day, and even took more than prescribed which would leave me out of medicine early. Mydayis 50 mg in the morning gets me through the entire day, no additional afternoon pick me ups needed. It doesn’t make me feel like my heart is beating out of my chest as adderall did but still works very clean and effectively. I don’t quite understand all the other negative reviews, and would recommend.”

Dale19 February 17, 2018

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