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    I Need A Cheaper Drug
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    Moony123 posted:
    I am an over 50 (lol) adult that has been taking Vyvanse 40 for about a year. I like the way it works but I lost my job recently and have no health insurance. This medication costs $184.00 for one month and I can not afford that. I know Ritalin is pretty cheap but also has a much higher dependency rate. Can anyone suggest a cheap alternative to the Vyvanse?
    Thanks so much.
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    sarachoi responded:
    My mom has ADHD. Since she doesnt have health insurance, for almost more than 6 years she is taking generic equivalents & she is taking atomoxetine.

    P.S: Try here http://www.internationaldrugmart.com/atomoxetine.shtml 30 capsules for $37.50. Cheap isn't it. Also here is a coupon code 111RC make use of it.


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