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adderall er 15mg blue capsule
Hello All, I am not glad that you are having issues, but if am so glad that you post, because I am having the same issue with my 14 year old son. He was taking the blue and white 15 mg Amphetamine salts ER for Narcolepsy with Cataplexy. This is his very first time on the medication, IT WORKED! Well after the first 30 day prescription, good old CVS decided to take it upon themselves and change it to the orange pill, same miller grams, but the name on the bottle is Dextroamp-amphetamine ER. This dose not work at all. My son is constantly falling asleep, and the Cataplexy has complete control over him, causing him to fall at least four to five times a day. Can anyone please tell me what is the difference between the two medications, and any suggestions on how I can fix it. ## Your son shou... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Adderall.
Sat, Jan 25 '14, 6:58 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 256368
Adderall Xr Vs Amphetamine Er
I was taking 15mg Adderall XR white and clear capsules with blue inside and they worked great for about 6-8 hours then I crashed. I asked my Dr. about it and he just said we would try it for another month. Ok, however, when I got my new prescription, it was generic. I never thought anything of it. I have been taking it for about a week the same dose and directions as before. I am not getting the same results, I don't crash, but that is probably because it doesn't even feel like it is working. What i have now is a white and peachish colored capsule and it says Amphetamine ER on the bottle. I am just wondering if I am not getting the same amount of medicine as I was with the name brand and if maybe anyone else has had this issue. ## There can be slight fluctuations in the active i... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Adderall.
Tue, Feb 11 '14, 8:37 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 244496


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