Round Orange 30mg U31 Addies On Them Fake - Too Big

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Kimmy Says:
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Got orange round Adderall 30 mg tablets with U31 on them but I am 99.9% POSITIVE just on size alone that they are fake. True or false my friend and I can't seam to agree although I know I'm right that the round addys weather generic or not ARE ALL THE SAME SIZE DESPITE THE MILIGRAM correct??

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Robyn Says:
Did the aurobindo adderall happen to give you any long term side effects? I'm not sure what else to do but keep taking them. Rite Aid told me I can't return it or anything and I need something to concentrate. I apparently have to wait until my next prescription. The pharmacist recommended that I increase my dosage (if I speak to my doctor about it). The headache is driving me insane, I can't do anything.

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Timmy Says:
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Umm they weren't totallly legit lol
Wanted to just prove that the mg doesn't change the size of the pill do u know?

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Kimmy Says:
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Meaning my script doesn't come in till Monday so I got a few just curious and I know their way to big but trying to settle a dispute as far as the size goes

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Breezy Says:
W/out using a micrometer, they're relatively the same size. The pink ones are slightly wider while the U's are slightly taller.

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Verwon Says:
No, that is not correct, the size is completely dependent upon each manufacturer and the inactive ingredients they choose to use in their given medication formulation, thus some may be bigger, or smaller than others.

This particular tablet is manufactured by Aurolife Pharma and they list it as containing 30mgs of mixed Amphetamine salts, which is a generic for Adderall. This medication is listed by the FDA as possibly causing side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, and anorexia.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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CamTheIceCreamMan Says:
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Completely accurate answer and to the person asking in this post about these pills .. you could've just researched it online for yourself by simply using Google

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Fast pat Says:
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They are real I picked em up unless U.S. pharmacy.
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