QUILLIVANT XR

Last Update May 6, 2016
QUILLIVANT XR is an ADHD medication.
Uses: QUILLIVANT XR is prescribed for ADHD and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
Other brands: Daytrana, Concerta, Ritalin
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Last Update May 6, 2016
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Positive 19 "Quillivant XR pharmacy issues My son takes Quillivant and it works wonderful for him! However, we are running out before insurance will allow us to refill it. They will allow us to refill it... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 2 "He was then switched to Vyvanse, (better, lasts longer, but stemmed alot more) and now Quillivant xr, (lasts a couple hours longer, still not the 14 it suggests..) and doesn't do as well for him... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about QUILLIVANT XR

Alcohol warning on QUILLIVANT XR
How do I obtain QUILLIVANT XR?
Prescription in the USA
What dosages are available?
Suspension: 5 mg/mL (25 mg/5 mL)
Food instructions
Do not consume alcohol when taking methylphenidate as it may increase methylphenidate's toxicity.
Ingredients
Methylphenidate
Approval Date
September 27, 2012
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