My Vyvanse Got Wet

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Jdog Says:
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I left my 60 mg chewable Vyvanse on my windowsill. The window was open and it rained. Some got wet and dissolved and then dried. Now they are bumpy looking and deformed but still in tact. Are they still safe to take?



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David Says:

If the pills are fully intact then I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to continue taking them as prescribed. I suppose the partially dissolved tablets would be the only ones that remain questionable, at least in so far as their potency is concerned. However, when it comes to their 'safety', I personally don't consider water to be an adulterant.

As a last resort, you could always bring the damaged pills to your prescribing doctor and see if s/he is willing to replace them with a new script?

Hope this helps!

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