Aurobindo Vs Sandoz Adderall And Chronic Pain

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Yui Says:


Has anyone had any issues with aurobindo causing chronic pain, this all started when I was taking vyvanse 2 years ago then switching to aurobindo, I had lower back pain numbness, but when I stopped taking my adhd meds the pain went away. I am being switched to Sandoz medication 10mg tomorrow, can someone give me any reference to this type of generic?


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Jstsayn Says:
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YES!!!! Doesn't work like Teva. Been on this med most my life! Started using pharmacy at Dr office and they use Aurobindo. Started having extreme back pain, leg pain, foot pain all right side. Migraines, falling asleep. I quit taking for 30 days. All symptoms stopped. I am going to speak to my dr. I would stay away from it at all costs. Walgreens still uses Teva. i have used them forever and am going back. Good luck. .God Bless. Please note this is a division of Pharmco not the parent company. It is located in India. There have been many issues with subsidiaries in the past. Just google it.

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Yui Says:

Jstsayn (# 1) --

Thank God, I took my dose today and my back is killing me, 'surprise.' I am excited to take sandoz on saturday, I hear so many good things!

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Verwon Says:

Wow! I am very sorry about the problem you both experienced with the product from that manufacturer. You are not the only ones that have posted about this, no everyone does badly with their product, but there are others that have had bad experiences, too.

Frankly, I dread whenever my pharmacy switches to a different manufacturer, I am very sensitive to medications, and any slight fluctuation can really mess with me.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, anorexia, and insomnia.

When will either of you be able to get a new fill?

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Yui Says:

Verwon (# 3) --

I actually went today to get my script filled, apparently I forgot when I picked it up because I was 5 days early, but the pharmacist thought it was funny. I am picking up Sandoz on monday, I am honestly super excited, I have only tried adderall XR, Adderall IR aurobindo and Vyvanse, I am very excited! Plus this pharmacy acts like they care a lot, and said that they could order in sandoz for me without me even asking.

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Yui Says:

Right now I am on sandoz 10mg, first day taking it and I notice my back seizes up and gets very tight and hurts a bit, will this subside in a few weeks?

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Yui Says:

Update, I just started Sandoz 10mg x2 a day a few days ago, experiencing the same debilitating back aches and pain that caused me to become disabled due to back issues in the past. I am about to switch to either TEVA generic IR or DEXEDRINE.

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Kelly Says:
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Aurobindo causes me to have cervicogenic myofascial pain syndrome with cervicogenic headache. Teva is the only one that is effective for me with little to no side effects. I am filing for class action. It needs to be done. Are you in?

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Kelly Says:
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Yui (# 6) --

Teva does not cause the pain syndrome. It's called cervicogenic myofascial pain syndrome. Teva is the only one out of Sandoz, Core, and Mylan that has not caused the pain syndrome however it is a tad less effective so I'd recommend a slight dosage increase.

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Yui Says:
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Kelly (# 7) --

I took 5mg teva instead of sandoz I noticed an increase in focus no muscle twitching no pains. I am still recovering from the immense pain of the sandoz.j just do not understand why this happens.... No answers anywhere online.my doctors think it's an odd cause.

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Yui Says:
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Kelly (# 7) --

Also my back issues vanished as soon as I quit taking xr and vyvanse.

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Kelly Says:
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Yui (# 8) --

Adderall’s main job is to allow you to maintain focus, and it accomplishes this by both releasing chemicals into your body and triggering the body itself to release chemicals such as dopamine. The problem is that the release of dopamine can often signal the body to make its muscles, specifically those in the neck and shoulders, go rigid. This can cause tension and pain within those muscles, which can go on to produce a headache from Adderall.

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Yui Says:

Kelly (# 10) --

I understand that completely, however, what confused me for the last few years I knew nothing about the effects and I was in psychical therapy for a back issue (herniated disc) that did not exist as soon as I quit taking the medications. Although I am surprised, TEVA is working great so far!

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Sandy Says:

I don't take Adderall, but there is something very wrong with the drug I take that Aurobindo manufactures. I have filed a complaint with the FDA.

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yui Says:

Sandy (# 13) --

Hello sandy, I agree, I just got off of adderall itself and got on dexedrine by aurobindo, the rage, anger, pains and no control over my distractions really made me decide never to take generics again, I am switching back to ritalin pure brand for now on. jeez... why is it so hard! l;ol

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Sandy Says:

yui (# 14) --

I will tell you what the problem is - big pharma. I was told that the generic I was taking for a long time which was just fine was too expensive, so the FDA is approving drugs from overseas manufacturers who are making them quite cheaper. This company Aurobindo is in India and it has been approved for just 2 years in the US to sell the drug I take. I noticed in my research the US pharmacies are carrying this drug made by other companies too who I can't even find online. Sooner or later we're all going to be sick from the medicine that is supposed to make us better because it is nothing but crap.

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Koralanne Says:
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I have been taking Amphetamine Salts for ADD for years. I am now on my second perscription with aurobindo. I didmt know the brand just knew it was different. I am not sure what my former scripts we're but knew it was different. If you bite a tablet it is like glue, and doesn't work at all. I too have felt exhausted, unfocused , angry and impatient on it. Now after reading these posts I know it's not my imagination!!!

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