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Have foot pain and suspect Adderall is causing it. Could it be possible?

I'm not a Dr but I have a disagreement with adderall and possible foot pain. I have found no evidence either to support the claim. However I suffer from the pain as well and suspect adderall as the culprit. I've looked online and there's a lot of other similar complaints from people. The furthest I have found that these complaints go back is 18-24 months. So I'm asking has there been a change in vendor or possibly a new generic during this time period. Is it possible since there's so many complaints that they could be related? I'm in extreme pain and plan to stop taking but will wait for my Dr to stop it since seeing your post.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Hi!. Thanks for your query. As per the drug information and as per my Experience I do not think the drug has to do anything with the leg pains. Still if you are incapacitated with this ailment seek a orthopedicians advice.
Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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