M. Amphet Salts Vs R3062

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Amber Says:


I was diagnosed with ADD and have been trying to figure out the dosage right for me,
is tarrted out with taking "pill name: R 3062 5mg(and pushed that up to 20mg) so the doctor switched me to something "pill name M. Amphet salts 20mg) but that doesn't seem to work as well compared to the other pill.
what are the differences in the pills that could enable me to find out what the difference is.
also, I took one m. amphet and 2 R 3062 and that seemed to work the best for a short time though. (I only need it for a max of 8 hours a day though)



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Amber! How are you?

Everything you've listed is the same medication, as listed by the FDA, they are all mixed amphetamine salts, which is the generic for Adderall. They've just been written differently on the label.

What are the markings on this new one?

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

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