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Effects of Methadrone - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Dr. xxxx
User :   How long does Methadrone (Mcat, meow meow) stay in your blood stream?
User :   Important to note that it is "methadrone" and not "methadone"
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   24 to 36 hours
User :   in the blood?
User :   methadrone not methadone right?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   Can you type the Brand of METHADRONE
User :   Is it possible, with heavy use, methadrone could remain in the blood for up to 8 weeks
User :   Methadrone has just been make illegal in the xxx
User :   Another question - Are methadrone and cipralax side effects similar?
User :   methadrone has no brand
Doctor :   I am not sure about the 8 weeks part
User :   are the side effects similar
Doctor :   Yes any illicit drug like this can interact with Ciprofloxacine
User :   methadrone and cipralax
Doctor :   It can prolong the side effects of each other
Doctor :   Sorry
User :   whats the longest a drug can stay in your blood?
Doctor :   Do you mean Cipralex
Doctor :   It is 'Citalopram'
Doctor :   Yes the answer remains the same
User :   is it possible for methadrone to stay in your body for upto 2 months
Doctor :   I am not sure about this
User :   thats why im here
Doctor :   I have not come across a patient who is on such habits
User :   i need to know the answer to this one
Doctor :   I shall do one thing
User :   are you in the us
Doctor :   I shall research and mail it across to you
Doctor :   YYYY@YYYY
User :   its a real problem in uk
Doctor :   Is this your email ID
User :   yes
Doctor :   Ok
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