Does anyone else feel that adderall by Mallinckrodt is like taking a sugar pill? I don't feel anything but except tired unfocussed and cloudy. I do not think that this brand contains the same ingredients as my usual brand. Is anyone else experiencing this and know what I can do or if my doctor will write me a new script?
I've been taking 30mg instant release adderall for years by the manufacturer Teva. They're orange and oval shaped. On 11/9/2018, I took my prescription to three different pharmacies and all had NONE in stock. I finally found one with adderall in stock but was informed that it is a different manufacturer. She told me it possesses the same ingredients and has the same effects but IT IS NOT. I received adderall from the manufacturer MALLINCKRODT and it is white and shaped like an octagon. I do not feel anything.
I recently tried Adderall generic by Teva. It is orange, oval with 973 b on one side and 20 on the other. I felt absolutely nothing. I was prescribed 20 mg twice a day. Because the meds had no effect whatsoever I tried 40 and then 60 mgs. Nothing. I went back to the prescribed dosage and will discuss this ineffective medicine with my doctor. I wonder what is going on?
Same here! All of a sudden my pharmacy gave me the Mallinckrodt and not the usual orange pills. They suck! Soo, Next time around went to fill my monthly script and what do ya know, same white pills! I switched to a different pharmacy following month and again Mallinckrodt !!! W. T. F. Is happening here?? Where are my orange pills? So, I end up taking 2 30mg pills at same time and that seems to help but then Im sick! Like nauseous sick. Never had this happen to me in over 10 years. Switching again to new pharmacy, hopefully its not Mallinckrodt...
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