Im 20 years old...Me and my husband have been together since junior high...just recently we have been ttc...well i have been on adderall (adderrall) 15mg since i was about 12 years old and just this week my doctor increased it to 30mg well all this happen happen around my ovulation time...today is March 6th and i ovulated on the 4th because when i took my ovulation test on the 5th when i woke up there wasnt a test line anymore and there was one the 2nd 3rd and 4th...well my problem is today i started my new dosage of adderall (adderrall) (i know i cant take it once i get pregnant) and im having these lower abdominal cramps...they feel just like period cramps but it isnt due for more than a week...so could i have conceived this month and gettin cramps or could it be the new adderall (adderrall)? im freakin out and i need to know because if i am pregnant i need to tell my doctor and get off the adderall (adderrall) ASAP! PLEASE HELP ME!
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