The Difference Between Dexteramphetamine With Salt And Without

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Jim Morris Says:

I was taking 20mg with salt and my new presciption is without the salt. Is there any difference?

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Verwon Says:

It's not actually salt, it refers to the fact that they are derived from chemical salts, so you'll sometimes see medications referred to as Amphetamine salts, Dextroamphetamine salts, or mixed Amphetamine salts.


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BrandyGurl Says:

ive been on dextramphetamine salts and today i was switched to dextramphetamine sulfate. what is the difference between the two. for sure i know the sulfate doesnt work as well for me.

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Farma Sue D Says:

Sulfa drugs are kinda the thing of the past except in Antibiotics.So like 37% of adults are allergic to the Sulfur/Sulfates they ingest causing a slow down in Metobolic function.Just as Prilosec and other types of Heart burn meds will actually cause the Amphetamine not to work properly.Tell your Dr. about alternatives such as Nuvigil and Ritalin.No XR Extended Release have a buffering agent that will time release the actual needed medication.It is a stimulant not a relaxant if the Dr.Try's that route with you.

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cornman Says:

Amphetamine sulfate is a salt. The most common one in fact.

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