Nothing to alleviate symptoms because the stomach issue could go on all day possibly. I don't have much to eat but grapes and it's very hard to eat. I know I took too much and I agree with everything. Last dose was an hour ago or a little more. I do have a fast metabolism and I've taken this amount a few times before. I'm more worried tonight then before because I noticed the longer you take it, it gets worse. But I haven't taken it long so I'm not sure about the withdrawal symptoms. Concerta seems to be far worse then the instant release. I told my doctor multiple times about the side effects but he kept coming back to this. And I kept trying because when I had first started taking it, it was incredible with my focus.
I want to just eat, drink, whatever is best to help absorb and get it out a little faster because it's worked for me in the past. It's so horrible I'm going to flush what I have left. Since I've never had problems like this before, I don't understand why I have the constant urge to continue taking it regardless of how horrible it has made me feel. If I were to continue, I would probably die from it. I'm hoping since I didn't take it too long, it won't do permanent damage. All I really wanted was something to help me focus better. Whether ADD is a true disease or not, I'm starting to think not, stimulants help a lot of people focus better.
So I'm assuming I will probably feel really bad for the next 3 to 6 hours, in the past it has made me feel really bad up to 7 hours, without taking too much. And both psychiatrists have not been helpful. I don't want to die from something as stupid as this. I think I will be okay but I know without a doubt I can't take this. If it helped without any side effects after a month or so, I'd have to have someone give it to me everyday and I don't know anyone who would do that.
This drug just from how I feel I can tell is extremely dangerous. And the instant release ones were no where near as bad but I was concerned about addiction there too so this was prescribed because it's longer acting, 3 different times of release, and the side effects should be minimal that way. Adderal I did not feel the same bad side effects from, but I'm worried I will have addiction issues with all of them. And I have too many problems with attending lectures and focusing which has been a life issue, the only reason this was given a chance. And where I am living here at one of the US accredited vet schools and back home, you can not talk about being addicted to anything, even if it is a short term thing with just one thing as late as 29 years old. And I can't even tell my own psychiatrist the addiction issue with it. I never drink or anything else. Why now?