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Why after you pop ecstasy (mdma) you don't feel like eating?

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Dr. Steven Reidbord
Psychiatry 36 years experience
It's like meth: MDMA is closely related to methamphetamine (in fact, that's what the last two letters in "MDMA" stand for). Amphetamines have been used as prescription diet pills, especially in the past, & are well-known to suppress appetite.

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Last updated Apr 17, 2016

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