The Difference Between Dextroamphet And Dextroamphetmine

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yappie Says:


my son was on Dexedrine and no longer is available was then prescribed zenzedi the pharmacy filled a generic brand named Dextroamphet which is generic for Adderall , not Dexedrine family,when I looked it up the generic brand for Dexedrine was Dextroamphetmine whats the difference?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Yappi! How are you doing?

There is no difference, the doctor or pharmacy just abbreviated the word Dextroamphetamine on the one. :-) It is the correct medication.

Learn more Dexedrine details here.

The generic for Adderall would actually contain mixed Amphetamine salts, which would be Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine.

Learn more Adderall details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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