My questions concern ADHD and heart problems. I'm on adderall 60 mg a day, it helps but lately I have been having pains in my upper chest over to the left or sometimes the right, burning feeling. I went to the emergency thinking Im going to have a heart attack and they took xrays said all was fine, said probably heart burn, anxiety and/or stress. Haven't talked to my doctor because I keep thinking maybe I'm just being paranoid and over reacting.
This happens alot but It never gets any worse. Is it dangerous all this??
I would definitely mention this to your doctor. ADHD medications can affect the heart negatively - but this doesn't mean they always will. It's best to check with your doctor. It's a legitimate health concern, so don't feel as if you're overreacting by simply addressing a symptom you're having. Best wishes to you.
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