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Doctor insights on: Lsd Uses

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Can an EEG detect lsd use?

Can an EEG detect lsd use?

Crazy wavy--no: Eegs detect effects of all sorts of things on brain electrical functioning but none are specific to any drug, or bacteria, or chemical. Serum, blood and urine are much more reliable markers for drug ingestion. ...Read more

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If I use 4 tylenol (acetaminophen) 3 and 0.50mg Xanax would it be just as dangerous to use lsd and mdma a few hours later as it would be only mixing lsd and mdma? Ty

If I use 4 tylenol (acetaminophen) 3 and 0.50mg Xanax would it be just as dangerous to use lsd and mdma a few hours later as it would be only mixing lsd and mdma? Ty

No: It is a lot more dangerous. The more risk you add (more dependency provoking CNS depressants) the more risk of death and bad outcomes. Enter a detox program, no safe alternatives include to just keep getting high, no matter on what (but the more drugs in the mix, the worse). Consult your dr, stay clean. Good luck. ...Read more

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What does lsd feel like? Is it safe to use?

Never safe.: It is never safe to take an illicit substance. ...Read more

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I took lsd 1 time and tolerated it well. What are the long term effects associated with cont'd use?

I took lsd 1 time and tolerated it well. What are the long term effects associated with cont'd use?

Drug use = dangerous: Your question implies a tacit approval for recreational drug use. This is never appropriate. Lsd & other hallucinogens (psilocybins, pcp, wet mj, ecstacy) can be very dangerous to your general & brain health. There is absolutely no benefit to using these drugs. One bad trip can lead to a life of schizoaffective disorder and a vegetative state. ...Read more

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Will stopping use of recreational drugs (mdma, lsd, marijunana) lead to better sperm over time? will it get better if it is a bit off now?

Will stopping use of recreational drugs (mdma, lsd, marijunana) lead to better sperm over time? will it get better if it is a bit off now?

Active drug : users cannot parent consistently, safely, or legally. Tobacco, excess alcohol, marijuana, cocaine & methamphetamine are a few of the drugs that impair fertility. Many impact the sperm; some, like marijuana & alcohol, also impact testosterone production. It can take up to a year in recovery for men to regain fertility from damaged sperm. See a urologist & an addiction medicine specialist. ...Read more

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Can a father's drug use during conception cause birth defects - for example cocaine, opioids, depressants, stimulants, LSD/Ecstacy?

Can a father's drug use during conception cause birth defects - for example cocaine, opioids, depressants, stimulants, LSD/Ecstacy?

Major drug abuse: A history of major drug abuse can cause damage to male reproductive health - but it would not be from a single use at the actual time of conception. I'd also think hard about the maturity and responsibility toward a potential child that you might expect from a man who abuses drugs enough to cause harm to his body. Creating a Life is serious business - even more than sex (which is too!) Be safe. ...Read more

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How dangerous is lsd?

How dangerous is lsd?

LSD: Lysergic acid diethylamide can lead to “bad trips”LSD may be associated with anxiety, depressive symptoms, pyschoses, tolerance& flashbacks. ...Read more

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What is an lsd trip like?

What is an lsd trip like?

LSD: Risky since you can develop a "bad trip". Severe anxiety & delusions likely. ...Read more

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What do you think about lsd?

What do you think about lsd?

LSD addiction: I have not seen pts who demonstrated addiction to lsd but more have 'polyabuse' using anything they can get their hands on to alter reality. The problem is that lsd (and other hallucinogen) abuse can lead to residual psychotic symptoms and may alter brain chemistry which can be difficult to treat. Some have intrusive flashbacks years after stopping, which can be as bad as an addiction. I would put lsd in the same category as heroin as drugs that should never be tried since their effects can be permanent. ...Read more

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How does LSD affect our organs?

How does LSD affect our organs?

LSD: It is a hallucinogen. It alters your senses of time, space, & distance. U can hear colors or see sounds. The bad trip last @ 12 hours. Strange feelings & strong emotions are common. U can experience panic, confusion, sadness & scary images. It can affect your judgment & your behavior can get out of control. Your pupils dilate, your heart rate & blood pressure increase. You shake. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about lsd/acid?

A drug with a checkered: Past. Lsd is an incredibly complicated drug. It was foisted on the american public by the cia. It was used in the mk ultra mind control experiments. It is still being studied as a drug for potential therapeutic uses which i personally find to be abysmal. Please read the fascinating information on this compound on the wikipedia.Com link:en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/lsd best wishes for a happy and blessed holiday season. ...Read more

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Can lsd effect you in negative ways?

Can lsd effect you in negative ways?

Yes: Hallucinations will occur without any warning. Not worth the risk. ...Read more

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Are there any medical used for lsd?

Are there any medical used for  lsd?

LSD: Some are end-of-life anxiety, pain, alcoholism, cluster headaches, according to literature. ...Read more

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What are the physical effects of lsd?

What are the physical effects of lsd?

LSD: It is a hallucinogen. It alters your senses of time, space, & distance. U can hear colors or see sounds. The bad trip last @ 12 hours. Strange feelings & strong emotions are common. U can experience panic, confusion, sadness & scary images. It can affect your judgment & your behavior can get out of control. Your pupils dilate, your heart rate & blood pressure increase. You shak ...Read more

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Could you go permanently insane from lsd?

Could you go permanently insane from lsd?

Highly unlikely: There is an entity called hallucinogen persistent induced perception disorder, but while it was believed in the 60s and 70s to be common, further evaluation showed that most people with these symptoms after using hallucinogenic drugs were people with underlying thought disorders - early schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorders etc. "insanity" is actually a legal, and not a medical term. ...Read more