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Consumed excessive adderall medication, severe heart pain. Normal side-effects of drug abuse?

hi i took 100mg of adderall and for about four hours after stupidly doing that my heart is in so much pain and its been like the for three hours now but keeps getting worse am i safe to ride it out or is there somthing bad happening to my heart. ive been on adderall for about thirteen years and this is the first time i ever abused
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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Hi dragon slayer ! You said you taking adderall for 13 year. Brother you need drug change. As in long run this give addiction means single dose won't give you desirable effect so you take more , resulting in more heart abuse. These drugs have list of side effect too including sucidal tendency. Get away from this mess, go for exercise, juice , lemon tea and ask physician for drug change. So be healthy and be good bye take care.
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