Doctor insights on:
What Are Some Of The Symptoms Of Some One On Cocaine
Behavior changes: Someone might be using if they show some of the following: they seem more energetic, loud, funny and excited when they are normally more reserved. They may have a runny nose, they touch their nose often and excuse themselves to go to the restroom frequently. Cocaine is a very "selfish" drug, and users need to "top up" a lot, leading to frequent "disappearances" in social settings. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Do you think i could be suffering from a mental disorder? Symptoms-extreme crying, worrying, anger, sad one minute happy the next, stress, suicidal thoughts, doomed feeling, high blood pressure, that has lead to cocaine use for 2 years snorting. For 1 yea
Hi. : Hi. I cannot diagnose your problem. It is not clear which came first, the drugs or the mood issues. Each can exacerbate the other. The mixture of cocaine, alcohol and smoking (tobacco? Marijuana? Hashish?) could be deadly. You stated that you are experiencing palpitations and high blood pressure now. The extreme mood changes might be related to the drugs you are putting into your system. Extreme mood changes can also be associated with certain personality types or mood disorders. One thing is for sure, if the substance abuse continues; if there is an underlying mood disorder - it will not improve. The best way to determine if there is an underlying mood disorder is to be free of all chemicals for at least three months. Your suicidal thoughts are of concern. If you have thoughts of killing yourself, a means or a urge to carry this through, you need to get emergency help. Whether you are actively suicidal or not, if you keep harming yourself with chemicals you have the risk of dying. I hope that you get professional help. You sound miserable and things could be much better for you. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Intermittent chest pain. BPM around 90 resting. Blood work normal and work out regularly with no issues. Did some cocaine.. less than a gram. Would this be palpitations or symptoms of a heart attack? Never drank coffee and quit Red Bull 4 months ago
Supportive treatment: Strictly speaking, it isn't a withdrawal syndrome or more cocaine would help it, and it DOESN'T. It is really a discontinuation syndrome due to dopamine depletion, with excessive sleeping, eating, depression, anxiety and irritability, initially with little or no cocaine craving (and even distaste for cocaine) and later increasing craving. GET HELP TO NOT RE-START from an addiction specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Coke is no Joke: Unfortunately, the answer is yes and so is the possibility of death from overdose. Anyone considering experimentation with this drug should seriously reconsider and stop! in some succeptible individuals receptors in the brain (as with nicotine) can cause addiction relatively quickly after use. The physical need is surpassed by the psychological need and your hooked. Be kind to your mind! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you have any: Concerns for your safety - call 911 for police assistance. It is not worth risking your safety to handle a potentially dangerous situation without professional help. Take care. ...Read more
Highly variable: If it proves to be fatal, it essentially lasts forever. Cocaine is a short-acting drug, which is present in the bloodstream and brain for 10-15 minutes after a single dose, which is why people who smoke, snort or inject cocaine may do it 3 or 4 times per hour. However, it has metabolites that can last longer, in particular in people who drink alcohol with it. The ill effects can last many hours. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- What are the withdrawl symptoms of cocaine?
- What are some symptoms of a uti?
- What are some symptoms of bipolar?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- What are some symptoms of palpitations?
- What are some of the symptoms of hemochromatosis?
- What are some of the symptoms of hypotension?
- What are some symptoms of hypernatremia?
- Talk to an addiction specialist online for free