I'm trying to find another option for the Ritalin I'm currently taking (but doesn't truly help with all my ADHD symptoms). Dexedrine Spansules (or the generic form) seems like a great alternative. However, in two different reviews there were comments saying it would no longer be manufactured. Is this true? Would I still be able to get it as a generic?
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
... difference is the Dexedrine Spansules capsules, however; my bloodpressure shoots up about an hour after I take it, no activity anything, it just ...
2 answers • 25 Apr 2010
I've been on Dexedrine Spansules, 15 mg for a dozen years for Adult ADHD and they've worked well. Suddenly, my insurance co-pay has jumped ...
1 answer • 14 Aug 2011
... nauseas. I'm wondering if i can substitute it with dexedrine... i have never taken dexedrine and would like to know more
1 answer • 14 Aug 2013
I assume, perhaps incorrectly, that the dextroamphetamine is the generic Dexedrine? Tried Adderall xr, 20 mg twice a day, breakfast and lunch times. ...
1 answer • 12 Mar 2014
Hello, new to the form and was hoping to get a fast response. I am a college student who was diagnosed with ADHD last year. my doctor prescribed ...
1 answer • 16 Jan 2015