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Can I take oxyelite along with adderal ?

I am 28 years old i m currently take adderal xr for my add. i am about 80 pounds over weight. My friend told me about oxyelite ultimate she says it works awesome but i wanted to know if it is ok to take with the adderall xr? also if there is any other products with a appitiete suppressant because i always feel hungry and crave sugar and salt alot please help
Asked On : Tue, 28 Jun 2011
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
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Adderal contains stimulants like amphetamine, oxyelite is an organically processed product. Weather Direct interaction exists is difficult to say in specific. But, in general I feel it may not be advisable. Better to refer to the product leaflet or to contact the manufacturers of oxyelite. Hope I have answered your query, “Wish you Good Health and speedy recovery”

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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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Ultimate Oxyelite is similar to oxyeite pro ad is a fat burner and appetite suppressant.Aderall-xr on other hand is a antidepressant in entended release form.There is no literature which has a study on the interactions between the antidepressants and oxyelite preparations so better to avoid the use together.Still if you want to use it you can consult your doctor who prescribed Aderall and if he advises then you can take it.
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