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Posted By mestisa in prescriptiondrug-info.com on February 7, 2012 @ 12:00 am

Guinea Pig- Sorry you had to go through all of that. I can tell you that Adderall XR 5 mg. is working for me. I have to drink a cup of coffee in the afternoon since I have developed some tolerance t...

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Posted By Mark in m.prescriptiondrug-info.com on January 3, 2006 @ 12:00 am

I would check out the page on Adderall XR for more information about this drug. +

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Posted By Anonymous in mk-mk.facebook.com

Melissa Update: We went back to the doctors today, and my son was put of Adderall XR 5mg instead of the 15mg (which should have been suitable for his body weight). We are back again in 2 weeks for a...


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