New Feeling

Discussion in 'Adderall' started by lolomgwtfbbq, May 28, 2005.

  1. lolomgwtfbbq

    lolomgwtfbbq Newbie

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    I've snorted Adderall many times before but lately it's been totally different and I can't really describe how it felt either of the ways so if anyone could please tell me how it's supposed to feel that would be great so I could know if I got the proper effects before or right now. I'm thinking this may be a cross-reaction with one of my other meds because the same amount after the same length of time [enough for my tolerance to drop] feels totally different.
     
  2. greener

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    Well, first of all, what other meds are you taking? There are
    lots of medicines that would be affected by amphetamines, and not
    always in the way you'd imagine... Furthermore, it's hard to say
    what you "should" be feeling, as it really varies from person to
    person. Especially in the case of adderall, which often affects
    people with ADD in ways drastically different from those looking for
    recreational usage.
     
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    I'm on topemax and zoloft now & i was on trileptal and celexa before.


    It's just been totally different the past few times and I'm wondering what the fuck that is & if it's being "affected" by stuff now and my previous experience wasnormal or if my current experience is normal and it was "affected" by other things before.
     
  4. greener

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    Well, it certainly could be an interaction with the medicine, as mixing
    ANY two (or three) psychotropic medicines together is not at all
    unlikely to cause some sort of interaction... That said, without
    knowing what your experiences were like, it's impossible to say exactly
    what happened, if it is indeed an interaction, or if perhaps other
    factors altered the effects of the Adderall. For instance, the
    experience would be changed significantly depending on how much sleep
    you'd recieved the previous night, eating/not eating, or if there were
    still any other drugs in your system that you haven't mentioned.



    That said, many people (though every experience varies greatly)
    experience a decreased need for sleep (which may or may not mean you
    feel very energetic), an increased ability or desire to focus, becoming
    more talkative, etc... In my experience, however, it's entirely
    possible to have a great experience on the drug one day, but the next
    time you take it you feel little more than tingly hands, a nasty
    headache, crankiness, and an inability to sleep long after the medicine
    wears off...



    ETA: Forgot to mention that you didn't mention whether you used the
    same dosage or the possibilty that they were different formulations of
    Adderall -- eg, using IR one time and XR the next...


    Edited by: greener
     
  5. lolomgwtfbbq

    lolomgwtfbbq Newbie

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    It's been the same dosage, taken the same way [insuffalated], same type [non-XR], etc. & I've done it plenty of times and it's been the same for like six months and it's just suddenly become so different.


    Partially it's that I no longer get psychotic comedowns where I like comb through the carpet looking through specks of drugs and spend nine hours [always nine, no idea why] doing whatever I can to get my hands on mroe drugs and having that "fear of comedown" thing before I have it, too.


    The experience itself is somewhat different, too, although I can't really describe it, just that it's more ... I don't know, placid, I guess.


    I'm more comfortable staring at the carpet being in my own head than pacing around HAVING to talk to somebody, gnawing off the inside of my mouth, etc. etc.


    It's a bit difficult to describe but the difference is just so sudden and dramatic that I'm wondering what the fuck could have caused it and which of the feelings is the normal one.
     
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    from U.S.A.
    Bad health, burned out, chemicals changing,etc etc etc....
     
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