Posted by 3 Beer Effect on May 16, 2002, at 1:25:28
In reply to Re: is dexedrin and deprenyl safe? 3beers, posted by jonh kimble on May 14, 2002, at 23:11:09
i'm not sure if they exaggerated those warnings or not. Either way, you are taking an increased risk and if you are wrong the result is hyptensive crisis & a trip to the ER or Purgatory, depending on how severe it is. I hope you have one of those electronic blood pressure monitor & monitor it closely.
Why do you take Dexedrine XR/Spansules instead of the immediate release? I don't remember the exact numbers, but if you read the Official US prescribing info the immediate release tablets produce a MUCH higher peak blood level (ng/ML) than the spansules. I've also heard the spansules are erratic, & might PDoc flat out said they don't work after I asked if I should take the Dexedrine Spansules.
I take 2 10 mg Dextrostat tablets twice per day for a total of 40 mg & this (Dexedrine/Dextrostat/Dextroamphetamine) is some pretty powerful stuff! You might just want to switch to Dexedrine immediate release tablets instead of using Selegeline. That's what i'd do if I were you.
Thanks & Good luck,
poster:3 Beer Effect