Adderall in dogs

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I have a 35lb Beagle/Doxi, but thankfully she wasn't in the room when this happened. I already vacuumed the whole place, so I am pretty sure she's okay. I am wondering though, as a precaution, how I would know if she had eaten it. She is acting normally right now, but I am just wondering how I would know if I did need to take her.
Adderall is a name stored deep in my brain and, naturally when the word adderall is mentioned, my brain lights up. When someone says I have to do my homework or play chess... "awwww Adderall helped so much with my homework…. Where can I get some?" is the first thing that comes to mind. I believe the way to solve this problem, and it clearly is a big problem because it leads to remission, is to make a very formal point do the task without Adderall NO MATTER HOW HARD IT SOUNDS.
Its be 15 years since then but i still have the image pop up and makes me want to die in the poor dogs place. My point is if witnessing a dogs suffering can you imagine what he as seen? maybe be talk to him about this and get some vet consuling. Images of horror will make one want to die as are impossible to get out of our minds. God bless your hero husband.
. They said... Oh Please. Just a little longer. Or we'll have to take the to the pound.". I just couldn't see someone doing that. I tried to find them homes! I tried to give them more time. --- Came home Friday night to notice on my apartment door. Eviction for violation of pet agreement. be out by 5/29 12:01AM or a deputy will assist you. ...yada yada. I was shocked! Spoke to management company about the situation. No dice. I have been the perfect tenant. Always paid on time.
I work maybe 2 nights a week and am broke, but I just can't drag myself in most nights. It's affecting my life in a bad, bad way. I don't understand how I've become depressed and, with the exception of my dog dying a year and a half ago, nothing has changed except this addy I started taking. My dog's death might sound silly, but I still cry over that. He was my best friend and I miss him every single day. I spent around 9 grand trying to save him.
my son has severe violent out busts when he doesnt want to do something he will hit bite kick scream bloody murder say he wants to cut peoples heads off, he has taken this out on adults and my dogs, we have been seeing a specialist which they said he is adhd, they put him on adderall and clonidine, which he does focus better and sleeps better, he has nightmares 3 to 4 times a night, even a few night terrors to where nothing has clammed him.
), doing passive aggressive or hostile pranks (in the past), self medicating with natural remedies (in the past), drinking large amounts of caffeinated beverages (in the past), overstating my important/thinking I could "change the world", unable to concentrate on tasks but becoming obssessed with something unimportant. Right now I am to the point where I can spot this and catch it before it gets worse. Can you? What happens with you? Can you stop it? And could you learn?
I don't have allergies of any kind and I'm in excellent health and I can learn to live with the smell of fresh baked bread in my nostrils.. I mean it could be owrse.. still I think I should get someone to check this out especially as I read about Phantom smells being a possible side efect of brain tumors...
One regular strength tablet of acetaminophen may cause damage to a cat’s red blood cells, limiting their ability to carry oxygen. In dogs, acetaminophen leads to liver failure and, in large doses, red blood cell damage. 3) Antidepressants (e.g. Effexor, Cymbalta, Prozac, Lexapro) While these antidepressant drugs are occasionally used in pets, overdoses can lead to serious neurological problems such as sedation, incoordination, tremors and seizures.
We removed the master bath in our new-ish home, project beginning in later October 2009 and subsequently, my asthma has worsened day by day. Since then I have had my once under control (for 7-8 years) allergies tested and my most severe triggers were: dog 1, dog 2, cat 1, cat 2, horse, and cockroach. Secondary triggers were oak, cottonwood, elm, dustmites, and all three mold mixes.
My wife thought I was literally going insane before she found out I that it was "only drugs." I kept my addiction pretty well hidden until the end and "blamed" everything she b'd about on the pressures of work and her being too damn worried about everything. To be fair, I don't know all that much about the meds you say he's on. However, those meds and staying "at work for days straight" sound funny to me. Are you sure he hasn't graduated to crystal meth or coke?
I've written a letter to my Primary Dr. in hopes that I can at least get back on my Adderall. I see a new Pain Specialist tomorrow and hope he has a brain and will get me back on something that works. Toxins in my system...you bet, but I at least feel like I can live my life somewhat. Can't smoke marijuana. My prescription history will verify that I am not a Polypharmacy.
I have been thinking that maybe ritalin or adderall would be wonderful!! clean house, run my dogs, clean kennels and maybe even get a horse back ride in..........
unwarranted and immature, but simply acknowledging this does not stop it from smoldering FAST. I feed and water dogs and get coffee and go to computer for my morning quiet time.....the fuc*ing comp. is down ...off ....not working .....whatever....I don't *****ing care....all I know is my daughter was screwing around near it last night. With very little censorship I decide yes, I will burst into her bedroom and start WWIII......Lots of screaming lots of swearing throwing and a couple of pushes.
Forgive me if it seems odd that I'd be asking about a problem from my childhood when I'm in my 30's now, but it's something that's been haunting me for a long time. I was diagnosed with ADD (back when it was called hyperactivity disorder) at the age of 6 1/2 and put on dexadrine. Very strange things started to happen. My preformance in school did improve, but I started having bouts of serious depression. I became suicidal at times.
He is a bright boy who was falling behind in reading but has made great progress since the beginning of the year. We have tried several medications and are currently having him take Adderall 5 mg. My question is about the following. He is VERY emotional and cries very easily when something does not go his way. He always wants to explain himself, and tells us all the time that it's just too frustrating. He is tired of the responsibilities that come with being seven.
Our addictions took years to develop, and it won't resolve itself in days. Most people get most of their energy back between 30-60 days. Sometimes longer for longer acting opiates like Suboxone and Methadone. Eating right and exercise can speed the process, but don't expect anything to provide overnight results. And, please don't get into the trap of experimenting with amphetamines like Ritalin or Adderall, that's a definite "speed trap".
My balance is non-existent, but my stamina is decent. I have started back on a stimulant, which was stopped in mid-august due to my skyrocketing blood pressure. It helps with my focus and mood throughout the day, but it isn't the complete answer. I still need some additional norepinephrine and possibly serotonin, too. I am going to make an appointment to see about getting these things initiated so that each day isn't a struggle.
It is so bad that he hits everyone in sight and thinks its funny, he runs around saying various cuss words, throws things and breaks them, tries to choke one of the dogs when he is in a fit and I wont feed into it. He hits his sister who is 10 and his 63 year old Grandma and his Aunt who is handicapped. He smiles if you spank him and goes into a rage if you tell him "NO" and he can scream for hours and I mean scream like he has the devil stuck in his throat.
It's taken me an awful lot to get the courage up to "speak" with anyone about this..but I just can go about this alone anymore. I need understanding ears to hear me out. My wonderful husband is addicted to opiates. After four on again off again years struggling with his addiction, he started going to a methadone clinic five months ago. It was a truly life changing event. It was such a huge step- admitting he was out of control, admitting he was addicted, admitting he needed help.
I've been on meds for a long time and pain meds have opposite reaction they usually give me energy! now I'm so tired all the time! Has anyone taken adderall to fight the terrible fatigue?
Would have been too easy to just sit in a chair and would have made me worse in the end. Adderall - my new dr is not too thrilled about prescribing this to begin with. Personally, I think it has been a fantastic addition to my regimen, especially when coupled with the morphine. Like the morphine, adderall seems to have a stigma attached to it. I understand that it is not good to become dependent on a chemical to function, but personally with severe chronic pain, that is the least of my worries.
I have bought Zanax Illegally before just to try them, and I had 10 blue .5 Xanax, and I would break them in half and take it with my adderall, and then take my zoloft at night. I had a great 2 weeks, and had no with draw symtoms, beside my mind telling I would like another after they ran out... Could it possibly be different for some people with the withdraw effect?
I don't get to walk my three little mini wire-haired dachshunds in winter, sidewalks icy and dogs don't like it either, one went half a block and sat and refused to move once. Luckily I had just bought a pet sling and had it along so popped her in that. Now with the cursed computer problems and gardening they don't get walked much. A few years back in the summer we worked up to almost an hour's walk. Now it is about six blocks whenever we do get out.
unfortunately I know exactly what you are going through, you are not alone! I went through this in February of this year so it's still fresh in my mind. I felt the same things, could not understand the extreme fatigue,exhaustion, weakness, muscle and joint pain. I also had lots of strange tingling, numbness and burning sensations all over my body--could not understand it. Couldn't work for a while, couldn't even open a water bottle when it was so bad.
My mother who has an instinctive insight into many things, and is also well read, bet I am not one, because she said in dogs' fighting they feed them with antidepressants before the fight to become ferocious, so any person who is fed on AD only presumably he will get manic. However I know that many BP pts are also diagnosed as such because they started as being hypomanic and doing weird things, so i presume those are BP genetically and must be put on mood stabilizers to stop this phenomenon.
Molly you asked if you should request an increase in your oxy's. In my opinion until your shoulder heals that may not be a bad idea. I just don't want you to get at the level that you can't go any higher. Once it is raised it's difficult to reduce it. However on the flip side who wants to be in pain? It's a doubled edged sword.
I'm trying them out on myself as I strongly suspect I have some form of ADD, but I'm weary... We have a busy household, 5 kids in all, 2 dogs etc...I have to work..in fact I work in school assisting children with special needs...I have loads of patience with them..but not so much with my number 4! My eldest daughter is physically disabled with Spina Bifida too so my attention is really quite split and I can't help but feel guilty!Still, I've found that group therpay for me helps...
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