... I feel like it doesn't work
A generic version is a medication that has exactly the same active ingredient(s) as the brand-name drug and produces the same therapeutic effect. It is the same in dosing, safety, strength, quality, the way it works, the way it is taken, and the way it should be used.
Your generic version should produce the same effect as the branded medicine Adderall XR.
The only real difference is generic versions do not need to contain the same inactive ingredients as the brand name product. Examples of inactive ingredients include fillers, dyes, or other ingredient. These may cause problems for people with allergies or sensitivities.
If you have been taking Adderall for some time you could be developing tolerance to it which is when the medicine does not work as well as it once did. You should talk with your doctor about possible tolerance. He/she may suggest you try something else or increase your dose.
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