Doasages should always be adjusted as children grow. If the side effects are causing more harm or distress than the positive aspects, it would be best to change the medication. Please speak to your prescribing physician as s/he knows your son's medical history and may have reasons for suggesting Ritalin and Concerta over Strattera in the first place.
As a mention on the school, they do not have the right to demand your child be medicated. If they can categorically state that with the medication he performs better in the classroom and is less disruptive to his peers, they can make the suggestion of keeping him onmedication but cannot demand it.
Please always consider the benefits and side effects of medication and ensure the positives out weigh the negative.
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