Doctors who prescribe Adderall

Doctors who prescribe Adderall

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Since: Nov 12

United States

#1 Nov 15, 2012
I believe I may have adult ADD. I took my cousin's pills and they helped me feel focused, motivated, and energized. Not crazy but healthy, normal and refreshed for a change. Is there a doctor, General Practictioner or Psychiatrist who won't put me through a ringer to get adderall?

This is without insurance so what am I looking to pay for appointments and what are some references. Respond here or message me at pixiedusttaurus@gmail.com , thnx
Rob

Kingston, PA

#2 Nov 22, 2012
pxt2012 wrote:
I believe I may have adult ADD. I took my cousin's pills and they helped me feel focused, motivated, and energized. Not crazy but healthy, normal and refreshed for a change. Is there a doctor, General Practictioner or Psychiatrist who won't put me through a ringer to get adderall?
This is without insurance so what am I looking to pay for appointments and what are some references. Respond here or message me at pixiedusttaurus@gmail.com , thnx
ptx2012, because you got a high from the adderall does not mean you have ADD. Just about every stimulant drug will cause the experience you had. Sounds like you are just seeking drugs. As for the doctors that will prescribe meds without any thought, care, or diagnosis, they are out there. Hopefully you will not find them. There are lots of drug dealing scumbag doctors that have no concern for the well being of their patients or seekers such as yourself. If you really think you have a problem, have the proper testing and get a diagnosis. Until then, keep eating your cousin's pills, which by the way, is against the law and makes him a drug dealer. Without the proper testing diagnosis your entire post points to a simple conclusion: You are a drug seeker.
Mike

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Oct 5, 2013
Rob wrote:
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ptx2012, because you got a high from the adderall does not mean you have ADD. Just about every stimulant drug will cause the experience you had. Sounds like you are just seeking drugs. As for the doctors that will prescribe meds without any thought, care, or diagnosis, they are out there. Hopefully you will not find them. There are lots of drug dealing scumbag doctors that have no concern for the well being of their patients or seekers such as yourself. If you really think you have a problem, have the proper testing and get a diagnosis. Until then, keep eating your cousin's pills, which by the way, is against the law and makes him a drug dealer. Without the proper testing diagnosis your entire post points to a simple conclusion: You are a drug seeker.
Rob, you are a bone fide idiot. Ptx2012's question had nothing to do with your response. He said that the drug helped him focus, like a normal human being. Instead, what you did was add new facts by implying that the only thing he got from the adderall was a high. Chances are you are not a medical professional and come to this forum with your underlying biases. And to imply that the cousin is drug dealer is over the top. While you may be legally correct that giving px2012 drugs from the cousin constitutes "drug dealing" in some jurisdictions, no prosecutor in their right mind would file charges. I know dozens of them. You likely troll these forums in order offer your condemnation. Just stop it.
Maramartir

Westminster, CA

#7 Jul 10, 2016
Mike wrote:
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Rob, you are a bone fide idiot. Ptx2012's question had nothing to do with your response. He said that the drug helped him focus, like a normal human being. Instead, what you did was add new facts by implying that the only thing he got from the adderall was a high. Chances are you are not a medical professional and come to this forum with your underlying biases. And to imply that the cousin is drug dealer is over the top. While you may be legally correct that giving px2012 drugs from the cousin constitutes "drug dealing" in some jurisdictions, no prosecutor in their right mind would file charges. I know dozens of them. You likely troll these forums in order offer your condemnation. Just stop it.
My best friends, who is a Dr. With 15 years experience told me that Adderal is a narcotic. She tells me the stories how they bring to emergency drug addicts and they jump of the Windows fron height cause it's seems to them somebody chasing them. He saves hundreds of them every time. Is that true? What class of group that drug belongs?
MKSTRAD

Reseda, CA

#8 Sep 19, 2017
I live in Tarzana California and I lost my insurance and can't afford my 200$ for 20 minutes shrink. Does anyone know a doctor I can see for my prescription for Adderall.. I could afford 100$
Thank you

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