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Is there a difference between Methylphenidate SA and Methylphenidate SR?

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Plain Jane 31 Mar 2011

There are two types of Methylphenidate tablets.

One is the ordinary Methylphenidate pills and the other is either known as
SR - Sustained Release or
ER - Extended Release

not sure where you get the SA from.

HokieMoonshine 5 Apr 2011

I think it stands for Short Action. But thanks so much - I actually had to go talk to a pharmacist because the script I was given was WAY off on my dosage (I'm not supposed to be on extended release). But this was very helpful!!

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