10 Jan 2012
Hello paperj. Vyvanse is a prescription drug (amphetamine) and its classified as a drug that is controlled. It falls under a Schedule II controlled drug, thus prescribed as such. Yes, it most certainly can become extremely addictive, if not taken as prescribed and or abused. Best of wishes and good health to you,pledge
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