Pill With Half Moon Orange 26

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Anna Says:


I was previously prescribed a pin 20 mg Amphetamine Salts 20 MG pill that helped me to stay awake and focus since I have narcolepsy. Now I have an orange pill that has an eliptical moon shape with the number 26 that is in a bottle labeled Amphetamine Salts 20 MG but it makes me sleepy. Did the pharmacist make a mistake and give the wrong pill to me?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Anna! How are you?

No, this is the correct medication, it contains 20mgs of mixed Amphetamine salts, so no pharmacy error.

Not all generics work for everyone that tries them, though, due to the fact that there can be some slight fluctuations in the active ingredient.

Another alternative is that you may just have become tolerant to this dosage and need it to be adjusted.

Side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability and anorexia.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Julz Says:

What's the difference between Amphetamine Salts 20 Mg and Amphetamine Tabs 20 Mg. Both say generic for adderall... I'm trying to find out if this is a different medication, or maybe extended release vs. instant? Anyone know?

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J Scott Says:

my last refill they gave me 20mg made by Activus, in the past it's always been BARR, I don't know whats actually the difference between them but the Activus doesn't agree with me at all, i've never had a med make me so irritable and agitated. I split them in half and still have the same problem but not so intense.. I'm going to ask the pharmacy to exchange them if BARR is available and in future inquire about the brand prior to having the script filled. I'm being treated for Hypersomia, AADD, excessive daytime tiredness, and fairly high strung to begin with.

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