Whether while taking the drug or stopping abruptly???
12 Aug 2011
Seizures are a serious side effect of Adderall. They are more likely to occur in patients who have a history of seizures.
There is some clinical evidence that suggests that Adderall may lower the convulsive threshold. Adderall should be used cautiously in patients where there is a history of seizures.
- Adderall Information for Consumers
- Adderall Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Adderall (detailed)
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... seizures are about 2x a year this has to be addressed. She has 2 children. The 1st is 4 years old and the baby is 4 weeks old. She is on ...
2 answers • 23 Feb 2010
Just wanted to get some opinions from parents of children who have tried Adderall. My son was just prescribed this today, and I am concerned about ...
3 answers • 20 Nov 2010
My son was on adderall for 11 years. At the age of 21 he came off and within 2 months had a grand-maul seizure. Since then, he has had several mini ...
1 answer • 18 May 2011
I took one 30mg adderall for work.then a 50mg tramadol for pain.is this ok?i got very nauseous&puked
I had to get some work done and quick so I took an adderall (30mg). I have rheumatoid arthritis and was having pain so I also took a tramadol (50mg), ...
2 answers • 5 Aug 2014