DEXTROAMPHETAMINE-AMPHET ER
  • DEXTROAMPHETAMINE-AMPHET ER

  • (Generic for ADDERALL XR)
  • QTY 30 • 30 MG • Capsule ER 24H • Near 77381

AMPHETAMINE; DEXTROAMPHETAMINE (am FET a meen; dex troe am FET a meen) is used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Federal law prohibits giving this medicine to any person other than the person for whom it was prescribed. Do not share this medicine with anyone else.

DEXTROAMPHETAMINE-AMPHET ER Lifestyle Interactions

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Caffeine-containing Foods/Beverages

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Limit caffeine intake (examples: coffee, teas, colas, chocolate and some herbal supplements) while taking this medicine. Also avoid medicines containing additional caffeine whenever possible. Side effects may get worse if you take excessive caffeine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, rapid heartbeat, tremor, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: CNS-stimulating actions of caffeine can be additive with other CNS stimulants. Patients may need to reduce, limit, or avoid caffeine intake. Excessive caffeine ingestion (via medicines, supplements or beverages including coffee, green tea, other teas, guarana, colas) may contribute to side effects like nervousness, irritability, insomnia, or tremor.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Foods that alkalinize urine

· Severity: Mild

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. In theory, certain alkaline foods, such as beets, spinach, and kale, may slow the elimination of amphetamines from the body. However, routine ingestion of these foods is not expected to cause noticeable problems.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. Foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these alkaline changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Marijuana

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not take Marijuana, Medical and Amphetamines together without talking to your health care provider. Taking these drugs together might increase the risk of high blood pressure or heart rate, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, severe headache, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: Avoid administering marijuana and amphetamines together as concurrent use may result in adverse cardiovascular effects, such as tachycardia and cardiac arrhythmias. Marijuana is known to produce significant increases in heart rate and cardiac output lasting for 2-3 hours. Further, rare case reports of myocardial infarction and cardiac arrhythmias have been associated with marijuana use. Amphetamines have also been reported to produce a wide range of cardiovascular effects including cardiac arrhythmias, palpitations, and sinus tachycardia. Coadministration of marijuana with amphetamines may result in significant cardiovascular adverse events and thus, should be avoided.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Foods that alkalinize urine

· Severity: Mild

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. In theory, certain alkaline foods, such as beets, spinach, and kale, may slow the elimination of amphetamines from the body. However, routine ingestion of these foods is not expected to cause noticeable problems.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. Foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these alkaline changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Alcohol

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not drink alcohol while taking certain extended-release dosage forms of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose, which may potentially lead to serious side effects such as anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke. Do not drive or operate machinery, or perform other hazardous tasks, if alcohol has been consumed.

· Notes for Professionals: Alcohol should not be consumerd with some dosage forms (e.g., Mydayis extended-release capsules) of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose of mixed amphetamine salts. Such effects may potentially lead to serious side effects such as acute anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Acidic food

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. Acidic juices, like citrus juices (examples: orange juice, grapefruit juice) may decrease the absorption of this medication and are best avoided during the 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for 1 hour after taking a dose. You may need to limit caffeine intake (food examples: coffee, teas, colas, and chocolate) while taking this medicine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of irritability, nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep (insomnia), rapid heartbeat, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. However, certain gastrointestinal acidifying agents (e.g., certain fruit juices, etc.) can lower the oral absorption of amphetamines. To ensure proper absorption, it may be prudent for the patient to avoid citrus fruits and citrus juices 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for the 1 hour following a dose. In addition, the excretion of amphetamines is increased in acidic urine and decreased in alkaline urine. Foods that acidify the urine, such as cranberry juice, orange juice, or those that contain vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may increase amphetamine renal excretion. Conversely, foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Alcohol

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not drink alcohol while taking certain extended-release dosage forms of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose, which may potentially lead to serious side effects such as anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke. Do not drive or operate machinery, or perform other hazardous tasks, if alcohol has been consumed.

· Notes for Professionals: Alcohol should not be consumerd with some dosage forms (e.g., Mydayis extended-release capsules) of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose of mixed amphetamine salts. Such effects may potentially lead to serious side effects such as acute anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Caffeine-containing Foods/Beverages

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Limit caffeine intake (examples: coffee, teas, colas, chocolate and some herbal supplements) while taking this medicine. Also avoid medicines containing additional caffeine whenever possible. Side effects may get worse if you take excessive caffeine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, rapid heartbeat, tremor, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: CNS-stimulating actions of caffeine can be additive with other CNS stimulants. Patients may need to reduce, limit, or avoid caffeine intake. Excessive caffeine ingestion (via medicines, supplements or beverages including coffee, green tea, other teas, guarana, colas) may contribute to side effects like nervousness, irritability, insomnia, or tremor.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Marijuana

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not take Marijuana, Medical and Amphetamines together without talking to your health care provider. Taking these drugs together might increase the risk of high blood pressure or heart rate, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, severe headache, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: Avoid administering marijuana and amphetamines together as concurrent use may result in adverse cardiovascular effects, such as tachycardia and cardiac arrhythmias. Marijuana is known to produce significant increases in heart rate and cardiac output lasting for 2-3 hours. Further, rare case reports of myocardial infarction and cardiac arrhythmias have been associated with marijuana use. Amphetamines have also been reported to produce a wide range of cardiovascular effects including cardiac arrhythmias, palpitations, and sinus tachycardia. Coadministration of marijuana with amphetamines may result in significant cardiovascular adverse events and thus, should be avoided.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Acidic food

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. Acidic juices, like citrus juices (examples: orange juice, grapefruit juice) may decrease the absorption of this medication and are best avoided during the 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for 1 hour after taking a dose. You may need to limit caffeine intake (food examples: coffee, teas, colas, and chocolate) while taking this medicine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of irritability, nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep (insomnia), rapid heartbeat, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. However, certain gastrointestinal acidifying agents (e.g., certain fruit juices, etc.) can lower the oral absorption of amphetamines. To ensure proper absorption, it may be prudent for the patient to avoid citrus fruits and citrus juices 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for the 1 hour following a dose. In addition, the excretion of amphetamines is increased in acidic urine and decreased in alkaline urine. Foods that acidify the urine, such as cranberry juice, orange juice, or those that contain vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may increase amphetamine renal excretion. Conversely, foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Foods that alkalinize urine

· Severity: Mild

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. In theory, certain alkaline foods, such as beets, spinach, and kale, may slow the elimination of amphetamines from the body. However, routine ingestion of these foods is not expected to cause noticeable problems.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. Foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these alkaline changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Marijuana

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not take Marijuana, Medical and Amphetamines together without talking to your health care provider. Taking these drugs together might increase the risk of high blood pressure or heart rate, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, severe headache, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: Avoid administering marijuana and amphetamines together as concurrent use may result in adverse cardiovascular effects, such as tachycardia and cardiac arrhythmias. Marijuana is known to produce significant increases in heart rate and cardiac output lasting for 2-3 hours. Further, rare case reports of myocardial infarction and cardiac arrhythmias have been associated with marijuana use. Amphetamines have also been reported to produce a wide range of cardiovascular effects including cardiac arrhythmias, palpitations, and sinus tachycardia. Coadministration of marijuana with amphetamines may result in significant cardiovascular adverse events and thus, should be avoided.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Foods that alkalinize urine

· Severity: Mild

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. In theory, certain alkaline foods, such as beets, spinach, and kale, may slow the elimination of amphetamines from the body. However, routine ingestion of these foods is not expected to cause noticeable problems.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. Foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these alkaline changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Acidic food

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. Acidic juices, like citrus juices (examples: orange juice, grapefruit juice) may decrease the absorption of this medication and are best avoided during the 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for 1 hour after taking a dose. You may need to limit caffeine intake (food examples: coffee, teas, colas, and chocolate) while taking this medicine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of irritability, nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep (insomnia), rapid heartbeat, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. However, certain gastrointestinal acidifying agents (e.g., certain fruit juices, etc.) can lower the oral absorption of amphetamines. To ensure proper absorption, it may be prudent for the patient to avoid citrus fruits and citrus juices 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for the 1 hour following a dose. In addition, the excretion of amphetamines is increased in acidic urine and decreased in alkaline urine. Foods that acidify the urine, such as cranberry juice, orange juice, or those that contain vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may increase amphetamine renal excretion. Conversely, foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Alcohol

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not drink alcohol while taking certain extended-release dosage forms of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose, which may potentially lead to serious side effects such as anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke. Do not drive or operate machinery, or perform other hazardous tasks, if alcohol has been consumed.

· Notes for Professionals: Alcohol should not be consumerd with some dosage forms (e.g., Mydayis extended-release capsules) of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose of mixed amphetamine salts. Such effects may potentially lead to serious side effects such as acute anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Caffeine-containing Foods/Beverages

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Limit caffeine intake (examples: coffee, teas, colas, chocolate and some herbal supplements) while taking this medicine. Also avoid medicines containing additional caffeine whenever possible. Side effects may get worse if you take excessive caffeine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, rapid heartbeat, tremor, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: CNS-stimulating actions of caffeine can be additive with other CNS stimulants. Patients may need to reduce, limit, or avoid caffeine intake. Excessive caffeine ingestion (via medicines, supplements or beverages including coffee, green tea, other teas, guarana, colas) may contribute to side effects like nervousness, irritability, insomnia, or tremor.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Caffeine-containing Foods/Beverages

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Limit caffeine intake (examples: coffee, teas, colas, chocolate and some herbal supplements) while taking this medicine. Also avoid medicines containing additional caffeine whenever possible. Side effects may get worse if you take excessive caffeine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, rapid heartbeat, tremor, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: CNS-stimulating actions of caffeine can be additive with other CNS stimulants. Patients may need to reduce, limit, or avoid caffeine intake. Excessive caffeine ingestion (via medicines, supplements or beverages including coffee, green tea, other teas, guarana, colas) may contribute to side effects like nervousness, irritability, insomnia, or tremor.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Acidic food

· Severity: Moderate

· Notes for Consumers: Most foods are not expected to cause a problem with this medication, so do not significantly alter your diet unless directed to do so by your health care professional. Acidic juices, like citrus juices (examples: orange juice, grapefruit juice) may decrease the absorption of this medication and are best avoided during the 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for 1 hour after taking a dose. You may need to limit caffeine intake (food examples: coffee, teas, colas, and chocolate) while taking this medicine. Taking a high amount of caffeine can increase the risk of irritability, nausea, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep (insomnia), rapid heartbeat, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: In general, food does not significantly interact with the amphetamine stimulants, a dose may be taken with or without food. However, certain gastrointestinal acidifying agents (e.g., certain fruit juices, etc.) can lower the oral absorption of amphetamines. To ensure proper absorption, it may be prudent for the patient to avoid citrus fruits and citrus juices 1 hour before a dose, at the time of dosing, and for the 1 hour following a dose. In addition, the excretion of amphetamines is increased in acidic urine and decreased in alkaline urine. Foods that acidify the urine, such as cranberry juice, orange juice, or those that contain vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may increase amphetamine renal excretion. Conversely, foods that alkalinize the urine, such as beets, dairy products, kale, spinach may slightly slow urinary excretion of amphetamines. Patients should not significantly alter their diets, however, as these changes in urinary pH from foods are not expected to be clinically significant for most patients.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Alcohol

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not drink alcohol while taking certain extended-release dosage forms of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose, which may potentially lead to serious side effects such as anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke. Do not drive or operate machinery, or perform other hazardous tasks, if alcohol has been consumed.

· Notes for Professionals: Alcohol should not be consumerd with some dosage forms (e.g., Mydayis extended-release capsules) of amphetamine/dextroamphetamine salts. Consumption of alcohol while taking such dosage forms may result in a more rapid release of the dose of mixed amphetamine salts. Such effects may potentially lead to serious side effects such as acute anxiety, problems with sleep, or increases in heart rate or blood pressure that may lead to heart problems or stroke.

Amphetamine Aspartate 7.5mg, Amphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Saccharate 7.5mg, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate 7.5mg, Oral capsule, extended release

Marijuana

· Severity: Major

· Notes for Consumers: Do not take Marijuana, Medical and Amphetamines together without talking to your health care provider. Taking these drugs together might increase the risk of high blood pressure or heart rate, nervousness, palpitations, problems with sleep, severe headache, or other side effects.

· Notes for Professionals: Avoid administering marijuana and amphetamines together as concurrent use may result in adverse cardiovascular effects, such as tachycardia and cardiac arrhythmias. Marijuana is known to produce significant increases in heart rate and cardiac output lasting for 2-3 hours. Further, rare case reports of myocardial infarction and cardiac arrhythmias have been associated with marijuana use. Amphetamines have also been reported to produce a wide range of cardiovascular effects including cardiac arrhythmias, palpitations, and sinus tachycardia. Coadministration of marijuana with amphetamines may result in significant cardiovascular adverse events and thus, should be avoided.

NOTE: This sheet is a summary. It may not cover all possible information. If you have questions about this medicine, talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider.

DISCLAIMER: This content is provided for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Patients should always consult their physician with any questions regarding a medical condition and to obtain medical advice and treatment.

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