Adderall is classified as a Schedule II controlled Substance. As such, it is illegal to obtain without a handwritten prescription from a licensed medical professional.Answer
What do you want it for? My psychiatrist prescribes it to me to help balance out some of the side effects of other meds I'm on.
And yes it is illegal to obtain or use Adderall without a prescription - but ADD or ADHD are not the only reasons Adderall is prescribed.
Sorry but I won't say why I'm on it...no point in making it easier for anyone to abuse this med. But I am under the care of a psychiatrist AND a GP - they keep in touch at my request because Adderall can be addicting and I want someone to keep an eye on my usage.Answer
Yes, now you have to keep in mind that doctors prescribe medication everyday for things that the specific medication wasn't licensed for... Adderall is a highly abused drug, but the flip side is that it's a highly maintained drug as well. NOT everyone abuses it. Doctors prescribe it for ADHD, weight loss (less common) some use it to tweak the meds that some are already on, narcolepsy, some may prescribe it for other things. I have known it prescribed for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It's not a medication to abuse that's for sure. If you and your doctor have a good relationship you should be able to ask about medications available. I do ask my doctor about medications I have heard about... it's what you SHOULD be able to do...If your doctor know's your history, knows what you need then you will know what medications are right for you. It's trial and error, Adderall is not an exception. I take 30mg Adderall XR 3 times daily. It's a good medication I take it for ADHD, and to tweak some of the medications I am already on. It works good. But there is a medication out there even better then Adderall : ) If you know what it is.. and your insurance will pay for it... Dexidrene Spanules are longer acting then Adderall XR, most people don't get the full 8-10 hour effect out of it. The spanules are longer acting and better overall. But you do have to take double the dose, to equal what you would take of XR, and getting most insurance to pay for that is CRAZY.: )
Adderall is also prescribed for the fatigue associated with Multiple Sclerosis.
It is also prescribed for Narcolepsy
To help with their ADD/ADHD
Because Adderall is presdcribed for the treatment of ADHD, depression, and narcolepsy. If you have either of these(or similar diseases) you will be prescribed Adderall. Xanax is prescribed for people with anxiety, insomnia and epilepsy. So if you were for example a patient with ADHD and anxiety you may be prescribed Xanax and Adderall.
Adderall is usually used for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.
If you are talking about legal uses of Adderall, no, there are no over the counter ADHD drugs. If you are talking about trying to use it as a stimulant, caffeine is the only safe stimulant.
Adderall would usually be prescribed for an individual who has been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD. Some doctors are now prescribing it for depression and weight loss.
In order to get prescribed adderall you have to visit your doctor or a phsychiatrist and get tested for ADD/ADHD. It is discouraged to fake the symptoms and normally caught, but every now and then many do slip through the cracks.
The prescription Adderall will stay in your system for 1 to 2 days. Adderall is a drug that is prescribed to help treat ADHD symptoms.
Yes; Adderall is approved to be used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy.
Yes you can be prescriped either of those.
Adderall is used mainly for ADD and ADHD.
yes. everyday i take both my adderall and Prozac. I'm not sure about other adhd meds. but i do know adderall is safe to take with Prozac.
Adderall XR is an extended release form of an amphetamine medication most commonly prescribed for ADHD. It's notorious for its abuse among college students as a "study drug" but is very effective in managing legitimate ADHD. Adderall XR comes in forms of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 mg with 60mg a day being the largest accepted prescribed dosage.