I have something that is very important and please Web Md give this post a chance because it is the whole truth, nothing but the truth so help me God!
Web Md helped me once get into a better position in my understanding of ADHD by in a the fact replying to a request for advice and was given important information.
The bottom line is this: I have for two months in a row at least in this case purchased my prescription for Adderall Xr 30 mg and in fact had it tampered with after the 1st day!
The evidence is that the name on the capsule and 30mg designation is reversed on 1/2 the medicine!
I hope I am wrong by way of Adderall changing the capsule but if they have we need to know because your picture shows the medicine on both sides and the writing lined up!
I take a 20 Mg Cymbalta and the bottle contains 60 the seal wasn't broken and I'm supposed to take 1 a day with a label that says there are 30 in the bottle so I owe CVS for a months medication. I even called my doctors office and missed there call so they think I'm crazy so let me take a picture and hope like heck I can get it too you and Shire hasn't made a change.
Web Md please let me know on that. In case I need the information.
I live alone have been in business my whole life and have seen some pretty interesting ways to have people do you wrong so that experience speaks for itself! After six years of this I'm about ready to call Concerta and ask for Job! Yet keep taking Adderall because they made the mistake one time of having it listed on their web site why they developed a once a day medication. You'd have to read it not mention my withholding ritalin from my son! Well I didn't know.
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