Adderall And Dextroamphetamine Tablets For Add

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rozane Says:


can they be taken together (adderall 20mg in am and dextroamphetamine 20 in the pm) for add?



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BL Says:

Yes. But to keep from being overmedicated it would be best to talk to your dr.

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David Says:

Just to clarify, Adderall already contains Dextroamphetamine within its composition of salts. So in terms of safety I don't see any reason why there would be complications with taking them both at separate times throughout the day/night since you would essentially be taking more of the same thing (and at the same 20mg dosage).

The only differences I'm aware of might be found within the list of inactive ingredients (binders/fillers), which often vary from one manufacturer to another - and could potentially cause one tablet to work better or worse than the other, depending on how you respond to these changes.

Hope this helps!

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