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Fenethylline is a psychostimulant drug that was developed in the 1960s and was used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. It is a combination of amphetamine and theophylline, and it works by increasing the levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain.

Common side effects of fenethylline include:
  ▸  Nervousness
  ▸  Insomnia
  ▸  Loss of appetite
  ▸  Headache
  ▸  Nausea
  ▸  Vomiting
  ▸  Diarrhea
  ▸  Abdominal pain
  ▸  Irritability
  ▸  Dizziness
  ▸  Rapid heart rate
  ▸  High blood pressure
  ▸  Restlessness
  ▸  Tremors

Associated brand names of fenethylline include:
  ▸  Captagon
  ▸  Fitton
  ▸  Fontex
  ▸  Fontexil
  ▸  Lexotanil
  ▸  Novo-Fenetil
  ▸  Orfidal
  ▸  Paxil
  ▸  Phenin
  ▸  Phenytoin
  ▸  Ritalin
  ▸  Stesolid
  ▸  Valium

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