Yes, it's a normal, accepted, successful treatment for ADHD. The dosage the Dr. prescribes should always be followed. Call the Dr. to get approval for any changes. If anyone carries this drug without the bottle, have them take with them the prescription information that's on the bottle. This can be found on the papers that come with the prescription. Keep it with the pills. Otherwise that person can be at risk for possible arrest for having a controlled substance with no way to prove it's a prescription. It can save the extra time it may take to contact the pharmacy or Dr.
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