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    Default Stimulants helps?

    Has anyone here ever heard of stimulants such as Methamphetamine helping some of these neurological problems?

    Or, if they DO help, what does that MEAN??

    I have successfully warded off TN attacks with a prescription Methamphetamine pill - the attacks comes on slowly for me, and after an hour of it steadily getting worse I took that pill and it stopped getting worse within 15 mins., then an hour later all I have is a stiff neck [as usual with my TN attacks]

    Ideas? opinions?

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    oops, I feel pretty silly now... I am not very "street wise" and I have since learned that "METHamphetamine" means "crystal meth" that deadly ugly awfull drug

    I should have used the term "AMPHETAMINE" or "dextroamphetamine", or some brand name like "ADDERALL"

    I have NEVER touched or even seen crystal meth, by the way. I don't even think I know anyone who has seen or used it either.

    Okay, so that being said, I did manage to get hold of two more 10mg prescription amphetamine pills after asking my doctor for a prescription but being refused, maybe because I used the wrong word but surely he didn't think I was asking him to get me some crystal meth!!

    Again, with a TN [Trigeminal Neuralgia] attack coming on, one of those pills took it away. The other thing is that I become sort of SLEEPY - the opposite of what they should do.

    So I tried one when I was NOT having a TN attack, and once again I felt more relaxed and in fact drifted off and had a short nap in my chair!!
    - doesn't that indicate something about ADD? Like Ritilin speeding people up except for those with ADD or some kind of organic Hyperactivity disorder?

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