Dexadrime For Narcolepsy

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This was prescribed for narcolepsy, and I'm looking for more details.



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Ali Says:
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I have just been prescribed m-amphet 30 XR capsules made by Prasco. I had been trying to get the Shire name brand but my insurance company couldn't decide whether they would give it to me. Finally decided on Prasco. Took yesterday for 1st time and think they might work. Time will tell and I will post. I take for narcolepsy secondary to opiate usage. I am on a morphine infusion pump with flow of about 30mg continuous/day. Without these pills I do not function or wake up. I will definitely update. Took one 50 minutes ago and can feel myself waking up. Good morning and hopefully good day!

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Barbara Says:
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I hope you have good results with that combo of meds! All I get now is adipex.

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Verwon Says:

Stimulants are used to treat conditions, such as ADHD, narcolepsy, and shift work sleep disorder.

The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, nausea, irritability, and weight loss.

Are there any other questions? Anything I can help with?

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Roy Says:

I think the OP meant Dexedrine with their spelling. As others have said, it's a stimulant used to treat ADD / ADHD.

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