DoseHaving to get a prescription from a doctor first, then the dose of this medication depends on the type of problem.
Oral dosage form (tablets):
For attention deficit hyperactivity disorder:
1. Adults and children 6 years and older, initially 5 milligrams (mg) 1-2 times daily. The doctor may increase your dose.
2. Children aged 3 to 5 years, was initially given 2.5 mg daily. The doctor may increase of your dose if needed.
3. Children less than 3 years, not recommended to use this drug.
1. Adults, teenagers, and children age 12 years, initially 10 mg daily. Doctors can adjust the dose if needed.
2. Children aged 6 to 12 years, was given 5 mg a day. The doctor may increase your dose if needed.
3. Children less than 6 years, the dose should be from a doctor.
Oral dosage form (extended-release capsules):
1. Adults: 20 milligrams (mg) once daily in the morning.
2. Children, adolescents 6 to 17 years, initially 10 milligrams (mg) once daily in the morning. Doctors can adjust the dose if needed.
3. Children less than 6 years, the dose must be determined by your doctor.
Side Effects1. Bladder pain
2. Cloudy or bloody urine have
3. Difficult urination
4. Irregular heartbeat
5. Lower back or side pain in
Symptoms of overdose:1. Blurred vision
2. Dizziness, fainting light when getting up from lying or sitting position.
3. quick emotion
4. Decreased appetite
5. muscle cramps
PackagingType of these drugs should be by prescription and can not be recharged. Available in tablet and capsule form.