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Can adderall cause urethra to itch?

Can adderall cause my urethra to itch? When I was younger, I was on Ritalin and other ADD meds that gave me bad reactions like itching all over, and when I tried sulfa I was extremely naseated. i even got a bladder infection and needed surgery one time, which i suspect was related to te drugs aswell. i stopped taking my meds and just delt with the ADD for the rest of my adolescence . I m in college now, and recently bought some adderall and used it. A couple days later, I m noticing urethra itching. I recently was treated for chlamyidia, and took the treatment and my symptoms went away. I haven t had sex since. But after taking the adderall, I m noticing itching again. I m hoping this is just a bad reaction to the medication .
Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing again.
The itching in the urethra could be due to a local dryness, allergic reaction, infection- may be related to yeast or due to the side effect of the medicines you are taking. A direct examination and investigations are needed for proper diagnosis.
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