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Abdominal pain, urine discoloration. Abusing Vyvanse and Adderall. Tips?

Hello Doctor, I m a 19 year old male college student who, like most college kids, loves the rush and added efficiency brought on by ADHD medications such as Vyvanse and Adderall . I do in fact have a mild form of ADHD and have been taking 50mg Vyvanse daily for approx. 6 months. As of late, I ve been noticing some sharp, shooting pain in my lower left abdomen (almost in the middle oblique area) and intermittent urine discoloration wherein my urine will be Cola colored or light Rose colored, though I don t believe it to be blood. Any tips on alleviating the pain by natural means? Also, is the urine discoloration (which only seems to occur when I m dehydrated) an issue to be concerned with? Thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response have to consult a surgeon urgently as the drugs you are taking have side effects which can proved fatal if taken causes hypertension and decrease blood flow to many organs leading to their damage...please consult a doctor ASAP and get yourself may be having impending intestinal and kidney damage....I m in no way can tell you any natural method to treat it and you have to take these drugs only in supervision....may be now you ll not be prescribed these as they are causing such side effect in your body
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Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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