Where To Find Aurobindo Adderall In Los Angeles?

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Alex Says:


Turns out I'm deadly allergic to the Mallinckrodt generic to the point of going to the ER for epinephrine. Pharmacies won't order the Aurobindo for me, so I've been calling and going to various pharmacies for it and have had no luck. I live in West Los Angeles, but I'll consider further pharmacies. Thank you



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VerFree Says:

If you provide them with documentation of your allergy, they should be able to order it in for you.

The only difference I can find between them, however, is that the product from Aurobindo doesn't contain stearic acid, which is an inactive ingredient in the product from Mallinckrodt. Stearic acid is a saturated fatty acid that is used in a lot of products.

What has your doctor advised? Have you had any allergy testing done to get a definitive answer on what caused your reaction?

The FDA warns that Adderall carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, irritability, insomnia, and anorexia.

Have you considered trying the product from a different company outside of these two?

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I live in NH, but I hate that one, so I had to stop using Rite Aid and CVS in targets because that was all they order.
The Teva from Wallgreens are MUCH better.

But my advice would be to e-mail Aurobindo if they have a web page w/a contact e-mail.
They should be able to tell you who in your area they distribute to, if your rite aids and CVS doesn’t.

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Alex Says:
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Thank you for the suggestion! I've emailed Aurobindo last week and still no reply :/

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