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?
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I have adult ADD and have been on adderall xl 20mg every am and 10mg every pm because I lost my job?
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