Understanding how Vyvanse works to treat Binge-Eating Disorder
About this study
Do you binge-eat at least 3 days a week? Are you distressed about your binge eating? You may be eligible to participate in a clinical trial looking at how the medication VYVANSE works to reduce binge-eating symptoms.
* You are 18 - 40 years old
* You have Moderate to Severe Binge-Eating Disorder
* Your Body Mass Index is 20 - 45kg/m2 - use BMI calculator at
* Attend Westmead Institute for Medical Research & Westmead Hospital twice (before medication and after 8 weeks of medication) to complete interviews, questionnaires, cognitive tests, and brain scans.
* Have a blood pressure check at week 2, at Westmead or by your GP.
* Have a doctors appointment at Westmead Hospital at week 4, to check your medication dose.
During the trial, you would not be able to use any other treatments for your binge-eating symptoms.
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