I've grown more tolerant to adderall bc I'm taking it more often for school, Very often I get back pain, and I got nauseous the other day and threw up. I've been taking about 45mg everyday. I'm 24 female.
You're not taking any amount that hasn't been heard of. Is this 45mg coming from 15mg IR 3/day? If this is so, then that's still not an obscene amount. The way you can tell you're taking too much Adderall is when you start to abuse it and run out way before your prescription is due. If you have things under control then there's nothing to worry about.
The back pain may be coming from, tell me if I'm wrong, you being constantly doing something? It could even be from not being on your feet and just studying and sitting for long periods of time in a position your body doesn't like, but you're so into what you're doing it goes unnoticed, has happened to me plenty of times. Your nausea is anybody's guess. Do you remember to eat and stay hydrated throughout the days you take your Adderall? The nausea could be from lack of food in your stomach/body or from dehydration. Dehydration could also explain your achey back. Try eating something when you take Adderall and drinking lots of water. This should hold you over until you see your doc again and talk to him/her about it.
This sounds like too much to me. Especially if you have nausea. I know this is a common side effect. I don't know if u are taking the XL or not. You did not state it in your comment. I have never taken more than 30 mg. And it gives me dry mouth like crazy! Maybe you need to drink more water. And be sure to eat, even if you are not hungry. A quick snack every 4 hours that is healthy.
- Adderall Information for Consumers
- Adderall Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Adderall (detailed)
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