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Drug addiction, weed smoker, heart palpitations, heart murmur. Precautions to be taken?

Yes you may answer my question. I am an xxxx. I am a drug addict and I am on probation . Weed is my drug of choice but I cant smoke anymore so I went to a smoke shop and bought legal extacy for a subsatute. (still illegal for me since I get tested but it s out of my system fast and that s what drew me to it I took 2 pills of Space trips plant feeder and I think I took to much. I m somewhat fine now but my heart is beating funny and my headache is gone unless I think of sexual actions. (don t have to tell me I m guessing that s common) I am a regular user and this was something new (I ususally use molly s tickle tac) Now I have a heart murmur and I m scared to go to sleep for fear I won t wake up because of it. I seem fine but I need to know for sure. I know obviously going to urgent care would be my best bet but is it safe to go to sleep? What can I do besides just detox and take my time?
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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Hi there, thanks for asking. Smoking weed can cause panic attacks for many people. The kind of the substance in some weeds are those which produce panic attacks. The best way is to avoid taking cannabis. Especially when you have heart problems, the palpitation is felt more severe and could be disturbing. Best wishes.
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