BTW?? i take 20mg of adderall in the morning and 20mg more in the afternoon...
I have the same problem; sores on both sides of my tongue and at the tip of it, swollen lymphnodes, and excessive salivation. Due to my incredibly demanding schedule, I take considerably higher doses of adderall though, way more than any doctor would advise. In addition, I drink 6 hour extreme energy shots every few hours. I go several days at a time without sleeping, and I often forget to eat until I get sick after a day or two. So I figured the oral trouble was a sign of something much more serious because of my lifestye, but since you only take 40mg a day and have the same problems, I'm not so worried anymore. I first developed these symptoms about a month ago and went to a specialist for it because I thought the sores might be cancer because I have dipped for several years. He assured me that it's not cancer and doesn't look to be viral. He said it's a chemical reaction to something I probably ate. I know it is a result of the way I abuse my body, but I am curious what the exact cause is and if it could be a sign of a more problematic, internal reaction.
I have these & I can't take it anymore...the rubbing of my tongue on the roof of my mouth & teeth due to the Adderall IR & XR...If I recall correctly, it all started when I switched from Adderall to the generic. Has anyone gotten any feedback to this problem? Thanks,
I have the same issues about the tip of the tongue burning and sides of my mouth getting sores. I take generic amphetamine salts 20-20mg/day
If I don´t want this to happen at all what I do is only take adderall 2-3 days a week.
But maybe I should switch back to XR if I don´t want this tongue pain...
Same issues as @TimeFlyer but only when taking way more than prescribed and not sleeping for days with a little boost of energy drinks, coffee.
This Tongue problem is the side effect of using Adderall medicine. Adderall should be used as prescribed and should avoid overdose, this tongue problem is a minor side effect and if your problem isn't resolved thn you should need to contact your health specialist. Maybe there is a issue with your dosage.
I cannot believe I have gone to my dentist, my GP, and PD with this problem, and all they suggested is that I see an Oral Surgeon, and they even scheduled an appointment for me to have a biopsy on the white spot on the side of my tongue. I described in detail to my PD today the problems I have been having with dry mouth, swollen tongue, sores on my tongue, and excessive worry that it might be cancer! What is wrong with her, that she wouldn't mention that Adderall could be causing this problem? I also drink a lot of coffee during the day, and don't get adequate sleep because I have a job and many home responsibilities. Just wanted to share with others, in case it can help others. I am really losing faith in the medical community--I'm finding out patients have to do their OWN research on every drug and disease!