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Had bad moods, was angry, screaming for no reasons after being drunk. Was something mixed in the drink?

Hi... I think I may have been roofied a few days ago but I was too scared to talk about it over the weekend and it might be too late to get tested. It happened at 1am Saturday I believe, and it is 9am Monday now. I am usually a very happy friendly person and I was in a great mood that night but my parents and friends tell me that from about 2am all the way until 10am I was angry and screaming about things that were not even true. I remember only 5 minutes at two different points between those hours, both of which times I didn t know where I was or how I got there. I don t have any bruises on my arms or legs and made no mention of being hurt or attacked to my family/friends so I think I just ran away by myself but it still makes me scared. Things were very confusing that night and still are, and I only remember the sensation of being terrified and confused. I only had 7 drinks but it was at a club in Las Vegas, and normally I can drink about 10 drinks where I live in the mountains in Colorado so I do not believe that I simply blacked out from being drunk. There were lots of strange men around that night and I only drink whiskey/cokes so I couldn t have been able to tell if something was slipped in my drink because they were dark. I also felt worse than hungover, very sick, the past two days and am only just starting to get my voice back and feel healthier again. Does this sound like I was roofied?
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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7 drinks themselves can cause these symptoms but possibility of mixing some other stuff can't be refused. dont worry this can happen to anyone next time when drinking don't get drunk keep a track of your drinks. drinking alcohol is harmful
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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