24 Mar 2010
adderall is a type of amphetamine which can cause you clench you teeth, and it can constrict you blood vessells. so it can cause headaches, not sure if they would be strong enough to be considered a migrane. some people call all headaches that don't go away with aspirin a migraine. well that's how i see it
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