Told it was the same as adderol. But not as harsh.
No results found between Vyvanse & Lortab - however, this does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. Always consult with your doctor or pharmacist.
However please do seek medical advice from the doc/pharmacist who prescribed the meds. Take care!
Hello, I was on Vyvanse for 6 months before switching to Adderall. Vyvanse is a pro-drug of d-amphetamine bonded with the protein L-lysine; taking d-amphetamine longer to metabolize. It is hydrolized in the small intestine where it becomes d-amphetamine. Vyvanse is very long-acting, more difficult to abuse, and has less of the euphoria associated with Adderall. The problem I had with Vyvanse was that I needed the extra physical boost of levoamphetamine which Vyvanse does not contain; hence, back to Adderall. Another thing with Vyvanse as a super long acting drug, one can stop recognizing real feelings versus drug high. At least with instant release, there are breaks in between doses to normalize.
Now, you can take Vyvanse with opiates, although the combination can be addictive. I see it all the time because the combo is great-opiates, the perfect equalizer. So, one needs to b careful with that combo, especially if one has a propensity for addictive behavior. Just be careful , and make sure your doc (if you get from different ones) is aware of what you are taking. I'd like to know if Vyvanse works for you.
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