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what to do about my friend who does mdma?

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Dr. Barbara Toohill
Clinical Psychology 12 years experience
Reach out: Talk to your friend and urge him/her to seek treatment. Express your concerns honestly and clearly. You may also consider bringing your concerns to his/her family or other friends if your friend refuses to seek help. The impirtant thing to keep in mind is that your friend needs professional help and that sometimes being a friend means speaking hard truths with love. See samhsa.Gov for more info.

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A 47-year-old member asked:

What are the side effects of taking mdma?

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Dr. Alan Ali
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Psychiatry 32 years experience
Ecstacy: Difficulty concentrating, jaw clenching, grinding teeth during sleep, poor appetite, excess thirst, dry mouth. Also, there are after effects which include paranoea, anxiety, irritability, fatigue, depression, poor concentration & motivation, dizziness, insomnia, GI changes.
A 47-year-old member asked:

I'm just wondering, if you do molly once, what are the effects?

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Dr. Thomas Wright
Phlebology 29 years experience
Impossible to know: Molly is a street drug that is unregulated. You have no way of knowing what is being sold or given. Anyone could put anything in pill form and call it molly.
A 48-year-old member asked:

How do I know exactly what is molly & what does it do?

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Dr. David Hardin
Wound care 36 years experience
Ecstacy: Most users get feelings of extreme happiness, a sense that everything is right in the world, and often feelings of love for everyone around them. The latter is also referred to as being 'loved-up.' c. Physical effects people feel different things when on mdma. Some get a tingling, that begins behind their ears and spreads all over their bodies. For others, it is like becoming made of gelatine, t.
A 49-year-old member asked:

How probable is it you can get addicted to e or molly?

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Dr. Bahman Omrani
Pain Management 17 years experience
MDMA: Molly is yet another fad in the drug scene. It is a purer form of ecstacy and does have potential to cause addiction but not to the same degree seen drugs such as Cocaine and heroin. Some mdma users report continued use despite knowledge of physical or psychological harm; tolerance (or diminished response); and withdrawal effects. Addiction is also observed in animal models. It can be lethal.
A 34-year-old member asked:

Can you please tell me the real side effects and health concerns for the drug molly?

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Dr. Thomas Wright
Phlebology 29 years experience
Unregulated: Molly is by definition a street drug. It has no regulations applied to it and no testing, quality control, or measurability. Molly could be anything. It could be quite toxic or simply aspirin. Having no idea what you are ingesting is very, very unwise. Someone trying to make a buck could sell rat poison as molly. That's a real health concern.

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