Our expert says:
I really do wish I could help you, but I can't think o any further way to do so. Most psychiatrists have little need to prescribe or recommend Ritalin, and like them, I have not come across the most distressing effects you describe. At least I'm not one of those doctors who concern you by putting people on potentially addictive drugs in this way.
What you describe sounds more like the sort of dystonic side-effects one sees with some other, rather different drugs. Only someone who frequently uses Ritalin and for long periods, might have relevant experience to help you here.
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