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Methamphetamine Hydrochloride Side Effects
Methamphetamine... What are some side effects of using meth?
What are long term effects of hard meth use?
Can meth effect my children?
Are there any studies that have been done to show what meth does to people?
So far my only source of information has bee
It damages brain: And almost everything else. It can cause severe depression, paranoia and even psychosis, with hallucinations, delusions and agitation. Physically, it can damage the heart, with heart attacks and/or strokes, and causes severe dental and skin problems. People become completely disorganized and live their lives completely involved with the drug. It damages your children and family. Get help and stop! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Death, addiction...: Both methamphetamines and oxycodone are highly addictive drugs of abuse. The "snorting" achieves more rapid absorption compared to the oral route increasing the possibility of overdose and death. Abuse of these drugs usually leads to rapid development of addiction. If you are currently using them i encourage you to seek treatment as your problem will in all likelihood only become much worse... ...Read more
Clean from meth for 7 months. Anxiety, shakes, muscle stiffness/spasms and insomnia still persist. Are these side effects permanent?
NO: With continuing clean living and abstinence from illegal drugs, you will eventually feel well again, Stick with it, be strong, BE healthy. Keep up the good work, Great job! God bless, stay well, and Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Ice: Also known as meth or crystal meth, can cause anorexia, flushed skin, euphoria, restlessness, heart rate & blood pressure changes, rapid breathing, blurred vision, insomnia, tremors, seizures, heart attack, agitation & aggression. Long-term effects are permanent damage to blood vessels of heart & brain, damage to liver and kidneys and lungs, and Psychosis. ...Read more
With adequate help: Methamphetamine is one of the most stubborn and difficult addictions for people to overcome, and unfortunately also one of the most damaging to physical and mental health, as well as to relationships and overall well-being. There are formal treatment programs all over the country, and Florida has plenty of them. There are some medications on the horizon that also can reduce relapse with a program ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Afrin (oxymetazoline): Hello. Oxymetazoline is the active ingredient in afrin nasal spray. If it is used beyond 5 days, it could cause rhinitis medicamentosa. This is a condition where your nose needs to continue to use the spray just to be able to breath in and out of your nose. This ingredient can also be linked to increased heart rate and blood pressure, insomnia and urinary incontinance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Effexor (venlafaxine): Attached in the comments section is a link with an overview of Effexor, (venlafaxine) including potential side effects to watch for. In general if you are communicating and working closely with your provider there is not much to worry about. Would also encourage you to discuss concerns and inquire about why this medication was chosen over others with the provider as you feel appropriate. ...Read more
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