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Adderall Generics Thread

Hey guys. Most of us are probably in the same boat--our Adderall doesn't work and it's horrible and we can't function well and it's bull**** and we all know that, but there are other threads/forums to vent frustration. We need a thread with the basics to help us all get going again or to know what to avoid (even though that seems like all of them these days, ha.) PLEASE POST THE FOLLOWING: 1. MANUFACTURER OF YOUR RECENT ADDERALL PRESCRIPTION 2. XR OR IR? HOW MANY MG? COLOR/SHAPE/IMPRINT? (if possible) 3. ***PHARMACY NAME*** AND MONTH/YEAR OF SCRIPT 4. YOUR LOCATION (if you are comfortable with that) 5. SIDE EFFECTS/SYMPTOMS. GOOD? BAD? Generally speaking, chain pharmacies use the same manufacturer at all of their locations throughout the country and that will make it eas... ...

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I was wondering if anyone takes Adderall for the severe fatigue and has it worked? ## Hi Lucinda, From what I've researched, there are many studies, reviews, and drug descriptions online indicating that Adderall has a proven ability to decrease symptoms of chronic fatigue as well as improve cognitive function. Its active ingredients (dextroamphetamine + amphetamine) are also classified by as "central nervous system stimulants", that work by regulating certain natural substances in the brain. One thing to note though, is that different manufacturers of generic/brand name adderall are reported to vary in their overall effectiveness. So it may be that you have to try a few versions out until you find what manufacturer works best. Perhaps the following related threads ca... ...

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dextroamp amphet side effects

My son takes this medicine in developed breast in i need answer ## Are you sure that is the only medication he is on ? Breast development in males isn't a side effect of Dextroamphetamine. As a matter of fact, in some girls it can cause a delay in development. ## @Pauline, While gynaecomastia isn't listed as a side effect, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's not possible among a smaller percentage of users taking Dextro-amphetamine. Other "poisons" such as Accutane are famous for causing unlisted side effects. Apparently one user wrote in on another thread stating that they were taking Adderall during their puberty stage, and their "man boobs" never went away. I also noticed a couple other discussion threads going on this same topic, which leads me to... ...

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