Aortic Valve Replaced

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ivyrain Says:
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I currently take 20mg of adderall for my adhd. I recently had my aortic valve replaced with a calf valve. My adderall doesn't seem to have the same effects anymore. Could the valve possibly be the reason?



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Verwon Says:

It's very doubtful!

How long have you been taking this dosage? Your body may just have gotten tolerant to it.

Are you on any other medications?

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ivyrain Says:
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I have been on this dose for at least 2-3yrs. But it just started to "not work" as well. I am currently on a baby aspirin, and toprol xl. When i talked to my dr about the dosage not working for me anymore, she told me i am on the max dose...Which i know is bulls***! Lol

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