What's the difference between Adderall and Adderall XR?
- 13 Aug 2009 by nate99
- adderall, adderall xr
13 Aug 2009
Adderall XR is extended release tablets; their effects are the same as Adderall, but the effects last longer in the body thereby requiring you to take them less often.
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