I am sure that your GP can prescribe the Ritalin for you [there is now a generic available,Ritaphen, which is cheaper] You will need to show your doctor a copy of the previous prescription or a report which recommends that your son be treated on Ritalin for ADD.Your doctor will know that this is a schedule 6 medicine and the prescripton has to be written out in a special way.
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