What is Stratterra?
Stratterra - a common misspelling
WHAT IS STRATTERRA?
Stratterra is a common misspelling of the medication
correctly available under the name of STRATTERA.
It is a non-stimulant drug indicated for the treatment of attention
deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), especially in children. It is
often used by adults, too, as a remedy for lack of concentration.
Strattera is in the group one of SNRIs (serotonin-norepinephrine
reuptake inhibitors) - substances that increase levels of two
neurotransmitters - serotonin and norepinephrine - by inhibiting their
reabsorption into cells in the brain, thus affecting our mood and mind
IS STRATTERRA JUST A MISSPELLING?
The drug's name is often spelled
in the wrong way, and Stratterra is one of the three common
misspellings that also include Stratera and
Straterra. As a rule, you may safely
look for the medication even if its name is misspelled, as search
engines will normally correct the mistakes, but you should take special
care when ordering and buying products online because a faked drug can
be hidden under the name that is slightly different from the original
one. A customer's misspelling "Stratterra" can be accidental, a letter
omitted or added to the correct drug's name by a manufacturer is almost
certainly a deliberate action intended to evade patent restrictions.
WILL I FIND STRATTERRA or STRATTERA ONLINE?
Although you seem to have reached this
page while searching for Stratterra (which is incorrect), your query
will be modified to help you get most relevant search results. So,
your search will be targeted at Strattera, not Stratterra.