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Relapesd MDMA, either snorted or rubbed it in gums average dose, troubled sinus mouth and brain. Solution ?

Ive relapesd on mdma but honestly I think the kind I handle has a good percent of MA that being said I either snort or rub it in my gums average dose was at least gram every 2 days it almost all at once but so much is wrong with my sinus mouth and brain I cant even explain im too embarrassed to seek help butbu need helpp
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Snorting substances for prolonged periods can cause damage to the mucosa (or the lining) of the nostrils. Sinuses are closely related to it. Rubbing on gums repeatedly again can cause it damage. MDMA has varied effects on the brain, it can affect your attention, memory, learning, it can cause other psychiatric and behavioral changes as well.
There is nothing to be embarrassed about. Most of your complaints would have been dealt earlier with by professionals in other patients who seek help from them. What is more important is that you have to be prepared to want a drug-free life. And i think you have sufficient reasons to want to quit again.

Wishing you the best of health,
Dr Anjana rao
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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