Adderall 30mg (Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine)
Adderall is only shipped within the USA
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This combination medicine is prescribed to treat the condition of attention to a deficit in hyperactivity (ADHD) – ADHD. It is a result of changing the number of natural substances present in the brain. Amphetamine/dextroamphetamine belongs to a class of drugs known as stimulants. It may help improve your capacity to focus and remain focused on something and manage behavior issues. It could also help to manage your time and increase your listening skills. This medication is also used to treat a specific sleep problem (narcolepsy) to keep you awake throughout the daytime. This medication should not be used to treat fatigue or keep you from going to sleep for those who don’t have an actual sleeping disorder.
How to use Adderall
Read the Medication Guide provided by your pharmacist before you start taking amphetamine/dextroamphetamine and get a refill each time. If you have any concerns, you should ask your physician or pharmacist.
Use this medicine by inhalation either with food or, as your physician prescribes, typically one to three times each day. First doses are typically taken before you awake in the early morning. If you are prescribed more doses, follow the directions given by your physician, typically between 4-6 hours. The use of this medication later in the day can result in problems with sleep (insomnia).
The dosage is determined by your health condition and your response to treatment. Your doctor can adjust your dosage to determine the most suitable dosage for you. Follow the doctor’s advice attentively.
Take this medication frequently to reap the maximum benefits from it. To help in remembering to take it, take your prescription at the same time every day.
Weight loss, dry mouth, stomach discomfort/pain, nausea/vomiting, dizziness, headache, fever, diarrhea, insomnia, and nervousness could be present. Consult your physician immediately when any of the above symptoms persist or get worse.
Keep in mind that the medication is prescribed because your doctor has determined that the value to you is more than the chance of adverse consequences. The majority of people who take this medication don’t experience significant side effects.
The medication could increase your blood pressure. Examine your blood pressure frequently and inform your physician if excessive results.
Contact your physician immediately If you are experiencing any serious adverse reactions, for example, signs of blood flow issues in your fingers or toes (such as numbness, coldness or pain, and changes in the appearance of your skin colors changing) or unusual injuries on your fingers or toes. Also, any mental or mood changes (such as anger, agitation or mood changes, depression, ideas that lead to suicidal thoughts) Uncontrolled motions, continual chewing or tooth grinding and outbursts of sound or words, changing sexual desires or sexual abilities, and frequent or extended sexual erections (in the male).
Get medical help right away if you have any very serious side effects, including shortness of breath, chest/jaw/left arm pain, fainting, severe headache, fast/pounding/irregular heartbeat, seizures, swelling of the ankles/feet, extreme tiredness, blurred vision, weakness on one side of the body, trouble speaking, confusion.
Before you take the medication, inform your physician or pharmacist whether you’re sensitive to it or other sympathomimetic drugs (such as lisdexamfetamine) or if you suffer from any different allergic reactions. The product could contain inactive ingredients that could trigger allergies or other issues. Consult your doctor for more information.
Before you start using this medicine consult your doctor or pharmacist about your medical history, focusing on blood circulation issues (such as Raynaud’s Disease) and certain mental/mood disorders (such as extreme agitation, psychosis) or a family medical history of mental or mood disorders (such as depression, bipolar disorder, suicidal and psychotic disorders) or heart conditions (including irregular heartbeat/rhythm or coronary artery diseases, cardiomyopathy and heart problems, such as issues with the structure, such as valve issues) and families with a history of heart problems (such as sudden deaths or irregular heartbeats) and the history of stroke or high blood pressure hyperactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) and a particular eye issue (glaucoma) seizures, personal or familial background of a substance abuse disorder (such as excessive use of or addiction to alcohol or drugs) and a family or personal history of exaggerated muscle movements (such like Tourette’s Syndrome) liver disease, kidney disease, or liver.
The drug can make you dizzy. The alcohol in your system and cannabis may cause you to become dizzy. Don’t drive, operate machines, or do anything that requires you to be alert until you can perform it safely. Limit alcoholic beverages. Discuss with your doctor when you’re using cannabis (cannabis).
Before you undergo surgery, inform the doctor you see or dentist about the various products you’re using (including prescription drugs and nonprescription medications and herbs).
Children are more susceptible to the adverse effects of this medication and, in particular, losing weight. This medication could slow the growth rate of children. The doctor might suggest discontinuing the medicine for a short period periodically to minimize the chance. Be aware of your child’s height and weight. Talk to your physician or pharmacist for further information.
The interaction of drugs can alter how your medication performs or increase your risk of serious adverse consequences. This guideline does not cover all possible interactions between drugs. Keep a list of all the products you use (including prescription/nonprescription drugs and herbal products) and share it with your doctor and pharmacist. Do not begin or stop or change the dose of any medication without the approval of your physician.
Taking MAO inhibitors and the medication can result in a serious (possibly potentially fatal) drug interaction. Avoid using MAO inhibitors (isocarboxazid linezolid and metaxalone moclobemide, methylene blue Procarbazine and phenelzine rasagiline and safinamide, as well as selegiline as well as the tranylcypromine) while taking this drug. Most MAO inhibitors should not be used for two weeks before treatment using this drug. Consult your physician about when you should stop or begin using this medication.
Some products contain ingredients that may cause an increase in the cardiovascular rate and your blood pressure. Inform your pharmacist about the products you’re using, and ask about how to make use of these products in a safe manner (especially cough-and-cold products or diet supplements).
The chance of developing serotonin-related syndrome/toxicity is increased if you’re also taking other medications that enhance serotonin levels. Examples include street drugs such as MDMA/ “ecstasy,” St. John’s wort, certain antidepressants (including SSRIs such as fluoxetine/paroxetine, SNRIs such as duloxetine/venlafaxine), among others. Serotonin syndrome or toxic could be higher as you increase or start to increase the dosage of these drugs.
Dextroamphetamine has a chemical structure remarkably like lisdexamfetamine. Do not take medications containing the ingredient lisdexamfetamine when taking dextro.
If someone is overdosed and suffers from severe symptoms like vomiting or difficulty breathing, contact 911. If they are not, call an emergency poison control center right now. US residents can reach your local poison control line at 1-800-222-1222. Canadian residents can dial an appropriate provincial poison control center. The symptoms for overdose could include extreme mental or mood change, seizures, persistent or severe headache, severe restlessness, and rapid breathing.
Don’t use your drug with other people.
Tests for medical or laboratory testing (such as the measurement of blood pressure, heart rate, and growth monitoring in children) can be scheduled periodically to track your progress or to check for any adverse consequences. Consult your doctor for more details.
If you missed a dose
If you cannot take your dose or forget, take it when you remember it in the early morning hours. If it’s later in the afternoon or close to the time of your next dose, do not take the amount you missed. The next dose should be taken at the usual time. Don’t double the dose to make up the time.
Keep the items at room temperature, far from moisture and light. Avoid storing inside the bathroom. Be sure to keep all medicines away from pets and children.
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