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What are the health risks for someone with tourette's syndrome and takes ecstasy?

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Dr. Kevin Passer
Pediatrics - Psychiatry

In brief: We don't know

The risks and damage from mdma in humans is not fully understood.
It isn't possible to give a person mdma and then be able to examine the various parts of the brain microscopically. According to dr. Joseph coyle, one dose of mdma produces permanent changes in the cerebellum in rats and mice. Mdma, as it can lead to unpredictable consequences, should be completely avoided. Are we smart or stupid?

In brief: We don't know

The risks and damage from mdma in humans is not fully understood.
It isn't possible to give a person mdma and then be able to examine the various parts of the brain microscopically. According to dr. Joseph coyle, one dose of mdma produces permanent changes in the cerebellum in rats and mice. Mdma, as it can lead to unpredictable consequences, should be completely avoided. Are we smart or stupid?
Dr. Kevin Passer
Dr. Kevin Passer
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In brief: Depends

Any "street" drug is never what it seems.
Unless you are 100% certain that what you are taking is "extacy, x, etc., " ...That is, pure mdma... No answer any doctor can give would be accurate. Unless what you are taking is from a medical professional, you have no idea of what it really and truly is.

In brief: Depends

Any "street" drug is never what it seems.
Unless you are 100% certain that what you are taking is "extacy, x, etc., " ...That is, pure mdma... No answer any doctor can give would be accurate. Unless what you are taking is from a medical professional, you have no idea of what it really and truly is.
Dr. Bartholomew Vereb
Dr. Bartholomew Vereb
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