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Is my stimulant too high ?

Hi, my name is Sam. I'm an 18 yr old male with no physical health problems. I've been having problems with inattentive and impulsive problems for a while. 6 months ago, I went to my family doctor . She prescribed me instant release adderall 20mg twice a day. after a few months, she upped me to 30 mg twice a day. I recently have moved and have to find a new doctor to prescribe my medications. I talked to one and he said he wouldn't see me because my dose is way too high. Is this true ? are there other medications I can take that aren't so high. Ps. I want to stay away from medications with sexual side effects.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jun 2010
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Hi, I just read your post and saw that you are taking Adderall. I actually currently take it twice myself (went from 10mg to 20mg) for my excessive daytime sleepiness, and I must say it works great. Just recently though, I noticed very rapid heart beats which totally scaring me. Do you think there are other medications that give the same effect but not this kind of bad side effect?
Answered: Fri, 25 Jun 2010
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