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    jeffaj posted:
    my son takes 60 xr and 60 regular of the 30mg Adderall.
    the xr is almost 10 times as expensive. why can't he just take all of the regular? he says the law prohibits it.
    rohvannyn responded:
    Why would the law prohibit it? It might be that the insurance doesn't want to cover it, but I don't think the law really has anything to say about dosing, except for possible safety concerns the FDA might have. The xr is an extended release so it's going to work differently then the regular Adderal. Unfortunately that stuff's both newer and more expensive to make. Maybe ask for a second opinion?

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