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his doctor said anger problems are very common with adderall use and should be reported to doctor. if anger is an issue adderall should not be used.
my doctor suggested adderall...well it is called vivace or sumpin like that...gotta look it up....but it is like adderall for all intents and purposes..a bit worried bout filling it and i have not...anyone else take this? I know it can be psycholigically additing and i worry...but i gotta move...i get jealous of those with tons of energy..as i have so little it seems...
My dr added adderal to my prozac and xanx he says i have refractory depression or something like that,i felt better yesterday after taking the adderall...but i hear im at higher risk for serotoyin syndrome....any others on these meds..
Anyway, has anyone here taken adderall for ADD, etc. after a pain pill addiction? I know it can be addicting just like the painers so I was looking for someone who might have some experience with it. Thanks..
Does anyone know if you can get addicted to adderall, if so what are the symptoms? the same as opioids?
Has anyone ever tried taking adderall for fatigue while on tx. Is it bad for your liver or does it mess with your tx. I know my GI dr wouldn't prescribe it but my primary care dr might. I asked because I have needed to take care of my daughter lately who is having mental health issues and I'm on tx and exhausted. I realize that it is a highly addictive drug but I have never been addicted to anything. I have a very non addictive personality.
Should I take it everyday when I need the energy? Or should I switch to using Wellbutrin instead of Effexor XR+Adderall? These are the choices that my doctor said work for my type of ADD. Thanks.
I hope he also remembered to tell you that both Adderall and Xanax are high addictive. In fact it is now against the law to prescribe Xanax in the U.K. It takes no time at all to get hooked on the latter.
I suffer from major depression. I have been on Adderall for about 7 years. I’m on 80mg daily. I’m still exhausted. Adderall to me is such a double edged sword. Years ago when I first started it I felt alive. I could function like a normal person for awhile. The effects began to wear off and my dose slowly increased. My highest daily dose I have ever been on was 90mg. Right now I really don’t think I would be able to get out of bed without the Adderall.
What I am familiar with is a desire for the energy and weight lose would be nice too, And I did get energy from the pills (for awhile). I don't know how old you are, but you've been on these pills for 10 years. Thats 10 years of false energy and weight control, and your also 10 years older than what you were before these pills. Perhaps an honest life would also be to accept that maybe the REAL you has slowed down alittle in 10 years.
Woozy- what is 5 htp? I'm trying to get off adderall as well and it's been a pain. I'm going on my second week....that stuff is awful.
Does anyone know how long it takes to get your OWN energy back from taking Adderall 30 mg? I've been off them now for 21/2 weeks. I stay so tired and my housework isn't getting done. I'll be 66 Sunday, so does age have anything to do with it? I'm widowed and lonely and the Adderall helped me keep busy.I take Pristiq for depression, and it helps. My health isn't great but i manage.
But the people I know that were addicted took it for energy and they lacked energy when they stopped taking it, for quite some time. You will start to feel better every day. I am sure that after a few days you will feel better, not yourself, but better. It may take some time, but eventually, you will be able to do anything without the help of adderall... Good luck to you..
When I don't have Adderall, the only energy I have is to just set on the couch. I become so empty of energy that I don't feel like doing something as simple as turning on the computer. I've gone without it for longer than 10 days and still don't feel very much pep at all. I'm not wanting to live like this any longer, even if I get them from the doctor every month. Have I crossed a line that will not allow my body to produce it's natural strength?
Hi...new to this forum. Has anyone lost weight on adderall and if so what dosage? I had gotten the 20 mg xr, but did not think that it helped me that much. I was taking phentermine and am thinking of go ing back to that since I havent taken it in a long time, and it did help me lose weight before. And what is this hcg that everyone is talking about? Is it something that insurance will pay for and if I live in DE, how do I get it?
I'm still kind of in shock because I studied extremely hard for both tests, but I'm thinking the Adderall is screwing up my memory. I seem to turn into a zombie in class, and while I'm furiously taking excellent notes I don't think I'm processing the material like my other classmates (although at the time it seems I understand it easily, it all seems very easy).
I have experience with Adderall. I am prescribed 40mg a day, and for the most part I stick to that. I used adderall to help me get off coke. Then at times I used the two together. I have crushed and snorted A-bombs many times. I know (to a much lesser degree) how fatigued I feel when I don't take it in the morning and I am just on the prescribed dose. I feel for you and I hope you find some relief from this hell.
Have a friend whos son is on Adderall and is going to try and 'wean' over the summer. She wants to know what might happen...I was of no help, then I thought of my friends here...so...I'm asking....what, if any, symptoms should he expect? I believe he's taken it for about two years. I don't know the frequency, probably once a day...he's 15...and, yes, he's one who truly did need something...since he was little...at any rate...
I found out yesterday (for the first time) that adderall is addictive. I've been buying and taking it for about 2.5mths now, and based on what I've read,I believe I'm addicted. When I got my first one in late October, I was assured (numerous times) by my friend that they were not addictive, and I could take as many as I wanted. Well, I did just that,and I liked that feeling so much that I've been buying them ever since. Sometimes I take one a day, and on other days, I take 2.
He is the one who gave me the Adderall and when he was going to try something else I had him stick to Adderall because I knew it gave you energy and all that stuff. So I need to find someone and lay it ALL out on the table. I talked to one doctor who was full but gave me some really good recommendations. I spent yesterday making some calls and now I am just deciding what I need to do.
I recently discovered that my 49 year old wife has been taking my sons adderall for a year. She has been taking 20mg. per day. She also takes celexa for depression. I am concerned that she is addicted and will have withdrawal problems. I have hidden the adderall from her and she no longer has it available. She relizes that she has a problem and has commited to quit. What are the withdrawal symptoms, how soon after she has quit to they show, how long to they last and how can I help.
I am 23 years old and have been perscribed some form of medication for adhd since I was 16. I am now perscribed 20mg of adderall twice a day, though i rarely take more than 15-20 mg a day unless I have an exam etc. Although I do not take that much, I started to feel this year the definate need to take some EVERY day. Without it I sometimes can't get out of bed on the weekend. I limit my dose so to keep my 'addiction' at a minimum, but my question is is this really bad for me?
adderall xr my ua came back witha toxication level of 15000 and only took my regular dose. Is there something that could have altered it made it higher ? And if i dont eat does that increase my levels? I also was drinking 2-3 amps a day energy drinks.
Adderall is speed. You are speeded up. It is a very harmful drug. Lots of energy (drug energy, not the real thing) and little food. This does not sound like a healthy way to live. I would never put a child of mine on this, even if a hundred "doctors" advised it.
Its not always easy, but life is better. You may never have that energy level again, but it was probably false energy anyway. Dont u think?? Cravings lessen with time too. Are you getting any aftercare? Like Meetings or counseling? Hang in there and keep posting here. You'll get lots of good feedback and support.
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