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Adderal XR mixed with alcohol and cannibus is a dangerous mix
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jlsteven posted:
My daughter just started the Adderal XR a few months ago. In the past month, she has continuously gotten more and more violent. She makes statements that she would like to kill me and stab me to death. The medicine was helping her get up in the morning and get her school work done. But she was beside herself with anxiety and anger all day. I tried to tell her that she was having abnormal mood swings and that she needed to stop the Adderal. This weekend, her behavior was so erratic that I had to call the police and they took her for a 72 hour pych-evaluation. The drug test revealed that she was drunk and high while on the Adderal. Her behavior for the past 7 weeks will probably keep her from passing her junior year now. She had offers for great summer programs, was in honor society, and had the potential for scholarships to colleges in the top 50. Now, the consequences of trying to have a good time will lesser her opportunities and change her future in a negative direction. She did not realize what was happening till it was too late. If you are an Adderal, please do not take the risk that the drug will cause erratic behavior, extreme violent tendencies, and hallucinations. In this state people are out of control mentally and physically, where they could cause harm to themselves or others.
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