It is difficult dealing with ADD; having a diagnosis often puts so many aspects into perspective but then there is often a period of 'well now what'? It is important to remember that you are not alone and sometimes joining a support group can help for those more difficult days (contact www.adhasa.co.za for one in your area).
As I am not a medical doctor I unfortunately cannot comment on the dosage his doctor has prescribed. The side effects you have mentioned are typical of Strattera, and in some people they lessen and/go away over time; in others they don't. It is important to remember that every person reacts differently to the same medication; the trick is to determine when the side effects of the medication become more of a problem than the symptoms they are treating.
I wish I could answer your question more concretely.
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