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Question: Can i take adderall while on accutane?
|dabaugh - Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:03 pm|
Hello doctors, i did the search as to try to not waste your time. However, i did not come by any answers on this site or on google, so i had to ask.
Can i take adderall while on accutane?
I am currently studying for finals and my identical twin brother has used it about 5 times (unperscribed) and he gave me a 15mg pill, the time release capsule. I was wondering if it was ok for me to take it as i am in the middle of my accutane, i have been on it for about 4 mos.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Sun Dec 16, 2007 11:51 pm|
While I can't endorse taking a prescription drug that was not prescribed for you, there are no known drug-drug interactions with these two.
Good luck with finals.
|dabaugh - Mon Dec 17, 2007 12:43 am|
Thanks Dr. Deb! I actually ended up calling the local hospital and talking to a pharmacist, and he said it was ok as well. It is the first time ive ever taken a non-prescribed drug, however so many college kids are taking it now with no real side effects that i figured it was ok. (Especially because my identical twin had none haha.) Thanks again!
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