I am on the medication VyVanse, an amphetamine for focusing, much like adderal.
I've developed white growths all along both sides of my tongue, as well as a white line of inflammed skin running inside of both cheeks (very much like someone hooked me on both sides, and then drug them hooks out of my mouth).
I pull on the white "tabs" on my tongue, and they come off pretty easily, and then the tongue bleeds. Within a day, usually, its grown back. It is definitely more pronounced than it was a couple of weeks ago.
Is this normal with Vyvanse?
Also, on another note, I grind my teeth in the back both day and night, am very uncomfortable with depression/fatigue/psychic pain. I think I'm developing TMJ as the joints just outside the cheek bones get very sore, and occasionally pop. It hurts when they pop.
Is there anything I can do, other than the mouthpiece at night, to stop this? Its definitely not a matter of willpower.
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