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Suffering from factor Vlll mutation, smoke weed as a stress reliever. Is Marijuana harmful?

hi my name is mel and i have a question about marijuana use and a blood clotting disorder i have Factor VIII mutation to be exact, and of course we all know smoking cigarettes affects the pulmonary system but what about marijuana? should i stop consumption all together? i smoke weed as a stress reliever but of course do not want to further worsen any medical issues i have.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Hi There, thanks for asking. Smoking marijuana can affect your memory in long term. It could also brings loss of motivation and also depression. It enhances the risk of psychosis and also can increase the reflex time, so it is dangerous for driving. It does bring psychological dependence so many people find it difficult not to re-consume it. It can change the metabolism of many medications in the liver, so it may produce some problems in case you need to take any medications. I wish you a healthy life style and enjoyment from your life.
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