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Ritalin and alcohol - Page 2
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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooft1984 View Post
    How are you doing now?
    Not so good... Its just so hard on my own... I can't do it... If I could just drink without getting the urge to snort Ritalin! I mean the high of Ritalin is great but it only lasts 30 minutes and the crash is horrible!!! I get so depress!!! What I'm doing is not asking my therapist for a prescription anymore. However my son has ADHD so on the weekends I take some of his. At least I'm not binging anymore @ work...
    Last edited by Alb; 03-17-2014 at 12:34 PM. Reason: add

  2. #22

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    alcohol and ritalin (methylphenidate) produces ethylphenidate which is a uncontrolled research chemical.

  3. #23

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    I do not like the “do it yourself” approach that people take a lot of the time. You have to remember that a lot of us might need a little help to get our lives back on track. Without it, it might be more difficult than most people realize. The combination you are taking is quite dangerous as well – I would recommend professional help.

  4. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rild1970 View Post
    I do not like the “do it yourself” approach that people take a lot of the time. You have to remember that a lot of us might need a little help to get our lives back on track. Without it, it might be more difficult than most people realize. The combination you are taking is quite dangerous as well – I would recommend professional help.
    I don't like it either. But, small town... people talk

  5. #25

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    Just noticed that over 6,000 persons have read this tread. If you want some good advice or are looking for help, I have the best advice for you: Don't be a wimp like me; just say no and slap everyone that gets in your way. First you will be drug free and second people will respect you and quit running over you.

  6. #26

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    Hi alb. I'm just reading your post, im glad to hear that you are ok now. you made a good choice in your life to stop using being an alcoholic addiction.

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