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I am a 24 year old Caucasian female. I am prescribed 20 mg of adderall a day and am not allergic to anything that I'm aware of. - Asked by C T on 24-Nov-2014 12:41:55

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 24-Nov-2014 18:44:40

    does it happen only on taking wine ? or any other foods ? but sometimes its normal to get flushes for some foods . meet a local doctor as well who can physically examine and help you out
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  • Answered by Dr. on 25-Nov-2014 11:05:08

    Hi,

    If you are taking adderall you should not take alcohol. It can be dangerous and you must stop drinking immediately. If necessary consult an expert or ask your family or friends for help.


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Replied by C T on 11-Dec-2014 09:02:43

I don't take alcohol with adderall, just later in the evening way after I've taken it. is it still that dangerous? I've never experienced any negative side effects
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