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Drink spiked with ecstasy. Am claustrophobic. Experienced panic a lot lately. Why stomach pain and shakes?

Hi. I think my drink was spiked with ecstasy on Saturday night. I had a bad experience on it where I felt claustrophobic and was going to die. I think this may have been because I was anxious about what was going to happen. On the Sunday I felt really spaced out, and as the day went on and I started to think about what my parents would think of me taking drugs I experienced a lot of panic and feeling sick. It is now Tuesday and over the past couple of days I have had a feeling of being spaced out , I feel anxious, have a short attention span, nervous, sick, a weird numbness on my right side of my chest , my hear raced when I got out of bed quickly, stomach pains and shakes. I have phoned a drug helpline and they suggested going to A&E, but I cant go without my parents knowing. Do you think its imperitive for me to head to A&E and should I tell my parents? If so, how?
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

You should not worry or be anxious about what your parents might think if they found out that you are using drugs. You must worry about what will be your fate if you are an adict to drugs and alcohol.

For your better future stop smoking, drinking, drugs etc. Consult psychiatrist and psychologist for deaddiction treatment. Learn to live life happily as each and every 700 crore people around the earth does. Drugs also gives enjoyment but they are also dangerous to body and mind.

In fact, LOVE is such an enjoyment which not only provides happiness but also healthy life. Take love and affection as drugs, feel it, enjoy it.

Get well soon.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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