desoxyn is methamphetemine that is used for adhd and obesity. I used it for a few years and its great,but my pharmacy got broke in to and they went out of bussiness and now i can't find a pharmacy that will order it for me.
I don't know where you live or if you still need a response to this, but I fill my Desoxyn prescriptoin at Rite Aid. The first two times they got it for me they had to order it special, but now they always seem to have it in stock. I priced it all over the place and Rite Aid also had the best price as they were willing to get the generic kind. Walgreens and Costco were also willing to order it for me, but I did not end up getting it from them because of the prices.
All pharmacies carry controlled substances... Besides in-hospital settings, where else would people be getting all their prescriptions? The vast majority of prescription drugs are Scheduled in accordance with the Controlled Substances Act, for example, most benzodiazepines are a CIV (Schedule Four), all amphetamines and most opioid narcotics are CII (Schedule II), and are subject to more strict regulation.
Have you asked your doctor for help finding a pharmacy that will stock it for you? Im not at liberty to disclose where I fill my Desoxyn, and it's not a major chain pharmacy so it would be of little help, but in the past I have had success filling my Desoxyn at CVS, Walgreens, etc.
Probably the best way to find a pharmacy to stock it is to call the manufacturer of Desoxyn themselves (Recordati Rare Pharma), and im sure they'd leap at the chance to push some supply towards demand, in the form of a pharmacy near you :)
Best of luck!
- Desoxyn Information for Consumers
- Desoxyn Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Desoxyn (detailed)
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