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Is an online consulation possible to receivce an adderal

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is an online consulation possible to receivce an adderal prescription
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Customer: I currently take 30mg * twice a day, but my doctor is located further than I like to drive and each month I have to take time to go see him to fill the script. I am not sure why every month he needs to see me? Is this normal?
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  DrRussMD replied 1 year ago.

Hello

Adderral is a controlled substance.

Even trying to get it on line is technically a felony in the US.

I would discuss the time line with your doctor.

IF he is satisfied that you are stable, and not abusing the drug, he can certainly increase the visit time to two months, and even 3 in most states. However, that varies from region to region.

Right now, you don't have enough information from your doctor.

But trying to go around a doctors visit, if it happened would get both the doctor involved and the patient under immediate scrutiny.

Don't do that.

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