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Mike Says:
COr 132 is a prescription amphetamine, a generic version of Adderall. It it used to treat ADD in children and adults. You will be able to find all of the side effects, symptoms and conditions for prescription by searching Wikipedia for Adderall.

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Verwon Says:
Mike's id is correct. Here's the link to our Adderall monograph:

This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs.

The only thing I can suggest is that you try asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information.

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Brandon Says:
This drug is now available in the United States because usually when I have my prescription filled it is manufactured by Barr, but today when I picked it up from walgreens, it said manufactured by corepharma. cor 132 blue 10 mg. D-Amphetamine Salt Combo. Generic for Adderall.

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Darren Slater Says:
Cor 132 is a generic version of Adderall. Its effects include a distant euphoria. Even though it is an instant release capsule, the effects are strongest hours after taken, especially when coupled with physical activity. Marijuana intensifies the effects by roughly 5 to 10 times. You must drink lots of water with it and start with a low dosage only to work up to higher dosages

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D Says:
I've taken generic adderall for a few yrs – a couple of 10mg tabs/day. I'm a 45+ yr old gay man in NYC. The generic is almost always labeled amphetamine salts on the med bottle. For me they’re usually dark blue tabs with a stamp of E & 111” below.
There are lighter blue tabs labeled “COr 132”. A few times in the past they were yellow tabs. MOST IMPORTANT – if you travel (especially international) carry a recent bottle with your script for generic addrl. I had my 1st (documented) epileptic seizure in a Spanish airport going home. BTW – Spain has best med coverage. 14 hrs in ER, MRI, xray, cat scan, ambulance, MRI etc – cost was $0. But here’s what is important. They accused me of being “crack addict” because of the high amphetamine level in my system. I tried to explain no & I was on medication, they both rolled their eyes & said in a nasty way “sure a gay man traveling home from Costa del Sol & living in NYC” I don’t do take what is referred to as “recreational drugs” – but they didn’t believe me. Luckily I had a recent empty script bottle in my backpack (which I always carry) & showed them, saying it was for my ADHD. & when they saw the “amphetamine salts” label – (I speak Spanish) the woman immediately said “yes this is used for ADHD”. Then they backed off. It’s a balance – free med coverage vs. being accused of using crack (NOT!) – just carry on your person a script bottle showing you are taking adderall or as is more common these days - the generic version. Trust me – it’s worth the effort.

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somebody Says:
I'm not sure why it's important to say that your gay... just seems like that's why you're gay... for the attention

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Flavvius Says:
My thoughts exactly >: |

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chris Says:
except there are a lot of places that being gay still carries a very strong stigma, drug use being among them, and Spain can be very homophobic. so your opinion on that comment is irrelevant. keep it to the forum topic. thanks

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chris Says:
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Who cares if hes a green alien, you asked a question ....he delivered a story. Its called advice by experience.

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popop Says:
I'm new to COR132, and just wanted to know the differences between it and E401?

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cor 132 pill Says:
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An361 10 mg addreall there old I use to take them when I was 13

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