An adult patient with moderate B.E.D.

Kabara, diagnosed with moderate B.E.D. and treated with Vyvanse

TALKING TO YOUR DOCTOR

Plan ahead for your next visit

After you've been diagnosed with moderate or severe B.E.D. and you're ready to talk with your doctor about a treatment plan.

1

Preparing for your appointment

Start by getting ready for your next appointment. Jot down a few questions that you’d like to ask your doctor, like:

  • Is medication right for me?
  • What treatment options are available for me?

Kabara, diagnosed with moderate B.E.D.
and treated with Vyvanse

2

Talk to your doctor

You've been diagnosed with moderate or severe B.E.D. and you're ready to have a conversation with your doctor to discuss a potential treatment plan. Be sure to ask any questions that you've prepared.

Healthcare provider and patient portrayals

3

Treating moderate to severe B.E.D. with Vyvanse

If your doctor has decided to prescribe Vyvanse to help treat your moderate or severe B.E.D., it's important to have ongoing conversations and continue to discuss your treatment plan. This way, your doctor may be able to adjust the treatment as needed based on your discussions.

4

Vyvanse Savings Offer

Eligible patients may be able to save on
the cost of their treatment. Check out the
Vyvanse Savings Offer.

VIEW SAVINGS OFFER

See details. Restrictions may apply.

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