Accidental 2nd Dose Of Vyvanse And I'm A Stay At Home Mom, Please Advise

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JMarie Says:


I accidentally took a 2nd dose of my 60mg vyvanse daily dosage. I had completely forgotten I had already taken it earlier. I am 135 lbs. and a stay at home mother. Will I be okay? Please advise.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, JMarie! How are you doing? Did anything happen?

In cases such as this, you should always contact your doctor or poison control. While there are always people online, like myself, that are happy to help, if we can, we cannot administer life saving aid, if that is what's required.

This is a stimulant, so an overdose does have the potential to be dangerous, it could cause a dangerously elevated heart rate and hypertension, so it's not something to be taken lightly.

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ILT Says:

Sounds like the vyvanse isn't working if u forgot u took it in the first place.

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