5.9/ 7 average rating with 28 reviewsforDexedrine

Dexedrine
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(dextroamphetamine)

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Summary of Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine) reviews by people (All ages)
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89%
think this treatment is worth it
79%
think this treatment works well
21%
think this treatment is a hassle
  • It causes dry mouth and dry skin, so you'll need to keep water with you, use lip balm, and moisturise.
    29
    Woman
    Two years or more
    Adhd
  • Don't take it too late.
    29
    Woman
    Two years or more
    Adhd
  • It is similar to Adderall but is less effective yet less side effects: there is no (or little) body "wake up" to dextro, so it can feel as though your brain is pulling your body along.
    28
    Man
    Two years or more
    Adhd
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  • With excessive daytime sleepiness, my tolerance builds up fast. It works great till the minute it wears off and I'm sleeping in public. Frequent low-mid dosing works for me.
    29
    Woman
    A few months
    Narcolepsy, idiopathic hypersomnia
  • make sure to eat throught the day even if you don't feel hungry. you will definitely lose weight taking this medication if you dont eat regularly
    17
    Woman
    A few months
    Add
  • Works amazimgly well. Never had any side effects from it, does what it's supposed to effectively and I've never become dependent upon it as I've never been high on it. Incredible medication if you have ADHD. I highly recommend it.
    22
    Woman
  • Only take this medication when you need it. Don't take it every day... that is probably not a good idea.
    25
    Woman
    Narcolepsy
  • Don't take more that prescribed or mix it with alcohol. Can be pretty addictive and if you stop taking it after a long time you will feel a total lack of energy etc
    25
    Man
    Adhd
  • This will cause dry mouth leading to mouth and tongue pain if you do not stay hydrated. Drink a glass of water every hour you're awake (caffeinated beverages do *NOT* count!). The need to pee all of the time beats the mouth pain.
    50
    Man
    Narcolepsy