It really has nothing to do with it being prescribed to you or not a prescription is just a piece of paper with writing on it the only difference is that it is illegal without the little piece of paper. Side effects are different for many people so i would not know what yours would be.
If you keep it at a reasonable dosage you should be fine, but if you ever have any weird side effects, you should think twice about continued use. And some people just plain shouldn't take adderall. You might be one of those people if you have any heart problems currently or a history of heart problems in your family, have epilepsy, have certain allergies... It's a long list. You should probably look up who shouldn't take adderall if you haven't already. Amphetamines can be really dangerous if you're not careful.
- Adderall Information for Consumers
- Adderall Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Adderall (detailed)
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