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Mood Changes/somethings Wrong Dunno.

Well about 3 months ago I was prescribed adderall. After trying it a few times without being prescribed...I could actually focus and do good in school. Well after about 2 months of being on it...Around 12-3 in the day ( I take it at 6:30 in the morning) I feel horrible. I just want to cry and I feel all depressed. I hate it I just like want to crawl in a ball. Does anybody know if this is a side affect? Also another question is...I just turned 16 and I was wondering if its ok to change alot. I always have this changing clothing styles on my mind..That I cant focus. Like I wear baggy stuff now but I want to go hippie...As weird as it sounds. I have constant worrying about such as masterbating...Affecting everything around me. I also feel like im going to die because I took 20 dollars from my sis. Last year..And im going to pay her back. Once the add. Wears off or I dont take it I feel better..Just immature and dumb really. I also worry about my future...I doubt ill amount to anything have average grades.

Please help me.
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replied January 23rd, 2018
It is not possible to make a diagnosis without a complete physical examination. The limited history is also not helpful.

Your concerns mentioned here are more due to anxiety, stress, depression or related psychiatric issues rather than any other medical disorders.

Laboratory tests including blood work, culture studies, chest Xrays etc would also be needed to make a diagnosis or rule out specific medical disorders and decide on the treatment .

It would be best that you consult with your doctor and seek a proper medical opinion.

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