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Save on ProCentra
Lowering your out-of-pocket cost for your ProCentra® (dextroamphetamine sulfate) prescription may be just a click away.
With the ProCentra copay card, you may be able to pay no more than $10 per prescription fill. Limitations apply. See terms and conditions.*Download Now
*You must present this coupon to the pharmacist along with your prescription to receive a maximum savings benefit up to $100. You are responsible for the first $10 of your co-pay and for any co-pay amount above the $100 maximum savings benefit. You should keep your savings coupon for future uses. This coupon may be used once for each prescription filled. Not valid with any other offer.
This coupon is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid, TriCare, or any other federal or state program. Offer is invalid in Massachusetts, California, and where prohibited by law. Where third-party reimbursement covers a portion of the patient’s prescription, this coupon is valid only for the amount of the patient’s actual out-of-pocket expenses above $10, up to a maximum of $100. Offer valid only for prescriptions filled in the United States. Prasco reserves the right to discontinue or modify this offer at any time. It is a violation of federal law to buy, sell, or counterfeit this coupon. Offer expires December 31, 2023.
You're not alone
Dealing with ADHD may feel confusing and even overwhelming, but you don’t need to go it alone. Below you’ll find resources that can help support you and your child as you navigate diagnosis and treatment.
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) A non-profit organization bringing education, support, and advocacy to the ADHD community
ADDitude A source of empathy, inspiration, and information about ADHD from leading experts and healthcare professionals
Understood A non-profit mission providing compassion, encouragement, and tools for people who think and learn differently, including those with ADHD, so that they can thrive
TIP: A family calendar or schedule can provide structure and predictability that may have behavioral benefits for a child with ADHD.
questions— we’ve got answers
Looking for answers to common questions about ADHD and ProCentra? See below to increase your ADHD I.Q.
I’m worried my child has ADHD, but I’m not sure. What should I do?
First, take a deep breath. Not all children who seem distracted or hyperactive meet the criteria for an ADHD diagnosis. Remember that only your child’s doctor—not their teacher nor an online quiz—can diagnose your child. If you suspect your child may have ADHD, schedule an appointment with their doctor to have them properly evaluated.
Do both boys and girls get ADHD?
The short answer is yes. However, about twice as many boys are diagnosed with ADHD compared to girls. This may be because girls may be more likely to present as inattentive than hyperactive, an ADHD presentation that has more “obvious” symptoms that are more difficult to ignore (like jumping up and running around a lot). Read more about the different presentations of ADHD.
Are there any programs available through my child’s school that can help with managing their ADHD?
If your child is diagnosed with ADHD, they may be eligible for a 504 plan. Section 504 of a federal civil rights law guarantees certain protections for people with disabilities, including classroom and learning accommodations. Speak with your child’s school counselor or principal to see if they qualify and to begin developing a plan together.
Does ProCentra need to be taken every day?
Unlike extended-release medications that are typically taken once per day, ProCentra is an immediate-release medication that is usually taken 2 to 3 times a day. Always consult your doctor when determining how frequently your child should take ProCentra.
How do I get ProCentra?
ProCentra is only available with a prescription from a doctor. If your child has ADHD, ask their doctor about ProCentra.
I’ve heard about the shortage of certain ADHD medications. Is there a shortage of ProCentra?
Currently, there is no shortage of ProCentra. ProCentra is in inventory at most wholesaler distribution centers and available for order by retail pharmacies.
Is ProCentra only indicated to treat ADHD?
Actually, ProCentra is also indicated to treat a sleep disorder called narcolepsy. Learn more about using ProCentra to treat narcolepsy.
ProCentra is a Schedule 2 (II) drug. What does that mean?
The designation of Schedule II—or Class II—given to some drugs means those drugs have a high potential for abuse and dependence. Learn more by reading the full Boxed Warning.