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Taken MDMA, cuts and sores in mouth, very painful, difficulty sleeping. Emergency medical attention required?

I, very stupidly and certainly not proudly, did a very small amount of MDMA on the weekend. I have come out of it with my mouth practically ripped to shreds from gurning, although I had no idea I had been gurning until I saw the cuts. It s so sore, it wakes me up from my sleep and I can t go into work as I have to constantly talk on the phone. Will it be a safe bet to visit the A&E now?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

It would be best to visit A & E to be evaluated.
The drug can be associated with dryness of the mouth and teeth grinding or clenching of the jaw.
There are, as you may know , other problems associated with the use of the drug.

I hope that the doctors can assist.They may suggest the use of anti inflammatory pain killers as well as topical agents that can be applied to your mouth to ease your discomfort. These are medications that normally contain lidonaine.

Wish you the best
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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