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What is the cause of pain in the ribs and chest post smoking meth ?

Ok ..I did something reallyyyy stupid today.I smoked Meth for the very FIRST time...i had never even seen this stuff until today..but a distant friend assured me id be fine.Not even thinkin about my heart mumor!!! she lit it up on a piece of foil for me and i took about 4 or 5 hits..its tasted and smelled awful..i didnt feel much except the need to talk..ALOT..i was fine for the next 4 hours..but now my ribs and chest hurt really bad..and im really to ashamed to tell my doctor or anyone else for that matter what ive done.Even a slight turn or movement is causing me alot of pain heart beat feels normal..well nomral as it has always felt with my heart mumor..but i dont understand this pain in my ribs and chest..mostly on my left side ..what is this/?? HELP please :(
Asked On : Sat, 14 Apr 2012
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OK.. It's good that you know that you did a stupid thing, but don't make it worse, GO AND TALK TO YOUR TREATING PHYSICIAN WITHOUT DELAY. Your treating dotor is best familiar with your problem so you should only follow the treatement he/she advises.
And a word of advice...don't endanger yourself to appear "cool" in front of your peers, because definately, nobody appars quite so "cool" at sick-bed, or worse, death-bed. Think of your family how much they must be suffering to give you a good, healthy life. do not punish them, because if you get really ill they will be the ones who would have to take care of you, and not your "friend" so much. And if you are a good friend to her, then convince her to give up her detrimental habits, & if you can't stand up to peer pressure, then distant yourself from such "friends". Honestly, a "Straight-Edge" life style is much more healthy and enjoyable... follow that.
Answered: Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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