SKARFON Posted May 25, 2012 Report Share Posted May 25, 2012 Hey everyone, I am 19 years old, turning 20 this year, and I used to abuse drugs a lot, more precisely from the beginning of 2011 until the beginning of 2012. During that year I did MDMA about 20 times, LSD 5 times, mushrooms 3 times, 2c-b 3 times, cocaine & ketamine more times than I can count, as well as trying a variety of drugs like MXE, 2ce, mephedrone, meth, etc....after OD'ing on coke one night I calmed down and quit everything, even weed for 3 months. By then I had HPPD but it was slowly fading away, until one day in february when I did molly one last time: 7 caps...I don't know what possessed me but I just kept dosing. It wasn't real mdma either it was full of meth and some other unidentified RCs, probably horrible neurotoxic shit because the next day I suffered serotonin syndrome and had to go to the hospital. It was the worst ordeal of my life, I don't want to go into details but there you have it. That was 4 months ago, I haven't touched any drugs besides weed & beer since that day. And still, I have this constant visual snow in my vision that always becomes quite obvious when I smoke weed, the visual snow is like purple/greenish static but it's in fractals, you know like when you're tripping, but more precisely: can anyone relate to smoking weed while coming down from MDMA and getting trippy visuals? Well, I get those all the time. It doesn't impair me from driving or working but it kinda sucks, I'd like to get a normal vision back. Also, I do get panic attack/anxiety/paranoia symptoms every now and then when I smoke weed. So there's my background, now here are my questions; - Will it go away? - Can I ever smoke weed without the risk of bugging out again? - Can I ever do MDMA responsibly, maybe once per year starting 2013 or did I permanently fuck up my serotonin receptors? - Is there anything else I can do? Should I see a doctor? Thanks for any and all help! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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