My concern is because of a high dose like that, and it only being on one side, that it might be causing narrowing of the vessels which could cause your blood pressure to rise and could cause a heart problem or a stroke. You may want to go see your Dr about it! But I dont want to give you the wrong advice here so Im going to comment and bump you up so someone else may see and hopefully know more.
Curious to know why you are taking them?
Also curious about your habits?
I used to spend my time play cards video grames cook fold clothing etc and my wrists and elbows would hurt for hours afrer I came down
Adderall is a trade name of amphetamine. All the same side effects of crystal meth in large doses. As said above, I would see a doctor. It sounds like you could have had a minor stroke or are real close. Not trying to scare you, but you have the symptoms starting.
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