Dextroamp Amphet Er 30mg

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Sally Simon Says:
What is dextroamp-amphet er 30mg? how is it different from adderall?

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David Says:
Adderall 30 mg is simply a combination of the generic Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine (30 mg). Based on the info you provided, the only difference is that Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine ER is extended release and Adderall is not.

This drug combination is indicated for use in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

To view more information about this drug, please click on the link below...

If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

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kalishta Says:
I have been taking generic Adderal XL 20 mg daily and use CVS pharmacy. my last refill was a cream colored capsule. Today I pick up my refill and it has a bright blue capsule in the bottle. what is this and why the color change?

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kalishta Says:
on the generic adderal xl 20 mg it has 3060 and some type of symbol before the # I can't make out.

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Fae Says:
Have you felt any odd side effects? Recently my boyfriend ran into the same thing at our local pharmacy- also a CVS- and had been very anxious and manic ever since...

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Sam Says:
Yes. I had the same reaction to it. 15 mg! This stuff must be potent, i couldnt control my crying or being depressed it was terrible. The tears kept coming, for NO reason... curious as to why this is on the market.

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Ali Says:
Who is the maufacturer? That, I believe, is partially the issue I'm having with my meds - I've never heard of this company. I think I will check into CVS for their supplier and costs. Thank you.

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