Adderall supply woes continue as the FDA confirms shortage of immediate release capsules
While it’s been only a few days since more manufacturers of generic Adderall capsules announced upcoming shortages, the FDA is also raising concerns on the issue.
The regulator announced that there was a shortage of the immediate release version of the generic, which treats ADHD and narcolepsy.
In a statement, the FDA said it is in communication with all manufacturers, with Teva reporting to the agency that it is experiencing “ongoing intermittent manufacturing delays.” The FDA estimates that some products will return to stock this month, but some won’t be on the market until November or December.
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