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MDMA adverse effects

Posted by on Dec 16, 2017 in Adverse effects, Doctor X files | 0 comments


I brought some MDMA a while ago and have since not took it again I am not sure if I OD or not but basically I was starting to come up which was aboustely amazing but then as soon as I got in the taxi on the way to the clubs i started excessive sweating where my light blue shirt was literally soaked and i was going hot and cold by the time I got to the club I just couldn’t handle it my heart was beating very hard was struggle to get my breath so I decided to head back and have a cold shower but I was like this for around a hour and half where I thought I felt like I was literally going to Die.

I want to do MDMA again was this cause to OD ?



I suppose you mean “out of date” with OD. But I do no think this is a logic explanation. MDMA keeps its properties during decades and it is very difficult to degrade. In any case it would lose some of its potency and not cause these symptoms. I can´t be sure about what has happened, but sounds to me as overdose. If you are to try it again, do with a lesser dosage ( 80 mg, for example)


MDMA and NBOME dosages

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Doctor X files, Pattern of use | 0 comments


For someone who hasn’t used Ecstasy in 8 years and has never taken pure MDMA, what would you suggest as a dosage? What if this person wants to mix it with an NBOMe? Is that stupid? How much of each?



Clinical trials with MDMA in humans use dosages between 80-150 mg. In healthy persons with no medical contraindications, that should be considered the reasonable dosage. On the other hand, there are no clinical trials with NBOMEs in humans. In fact there are only a few studies on cloned neurorreceptors of rabbits and pigs (no joking). Using NBOMEs is potentially far more dangerous than MDMA or classical psychedelics. There is no “safe dosage”, even less in combination


Pill database

Posted by on Dec 14, 2017 in Doctor X files, Other drug question | 0 comments


Does anyone know where i can find a European pill identifier ? Can’t find one anywhere…



You can try here:   “Analisis sustancias””>>> “Resultados” It is necessary to register to access the pdf files


Methenolone effects and risks

Posted by on Dec 13, 2017 in Doctor X files, Pattern of use | 0 comments


I noticed that you recommended oxandrolone over dianabol in what appears to be the only question that I’ve seen posed to you regarding anabolic steroids.

Do you have any opinions on oral primobolan?  In my own research, I’ve been led to believe that primobolan is an effective anabolic steroid; yet, it has little to no side-effects typically associated with steroid use.

I am interested in eating well and putting in the time working out – but after years of having done that, with less than stellar results, I would like something that would help me out to not be a monster; but get that Men’s Health look.  However, not at the expense of some of the more horrific side effects that I have read about and heard of — and I am also not excited about the idea of injection.

Last – I do have children and want to have more children, so my primary concern would be effects in that area.



Methenolone acetate is a non-c17-alpha alkylated oral steroid, one of only a few commercially available oral agents that presents limited liver toxicity to the user. There are enough clinical data about safety and efficacy, although most studies are old. This steroid has been used to promote weight gain in underweight premature infants and children in clinical studies, and was able to do so effectively and without signs of toxicity or undesirable effects.

Methenolone is not aromatized by the body and is not measurably estrogenic. Estrogen-linked side effects (gynecomastia, water retention, hypertension) should not be seen when administering this steroid.Androgenic effects (oily skin, acne, and body/facial hair growth, alopecia) are possible but uncommon.  Cardiovascular effects ( changes in cholesterol and lipids) are more common than other steroids like testosterone or nandrolone.

All anabolic/androgenic steroids when taken in doses sufficient to promote muscle gain are expected to suppress endogenous testosterone production. Testosterone levels should return to normal within 1-4 months of drug secession. Primobolan® is generally described as having a low impact on endogenous testosterone production. But it depends on dosage too. Probably using low dosages (25-50 mg/daily, less than 8 weeks) effects on sexual function are limited and quickly reversible. Using higher dosages or combination will intensify effects on testicular atrophy and will cause a significant increase in recovery time.


MDMA and shoulders pain

Posted by on Dec 12, 2017 in Adverse effects, Doctor X files | 0 comments


Do you think extensive use (but not abuse) of Mdma and other stimulant could cause a build up of cortisol . causing severve pain in my shoulders?

Im 21 years old and my body has the aches and pains of someone ten years older.



I don´t know what can be the cause of your pain but is highly unlikely that this is produced by cortisol and MDMA. You should ask your doctor and get complete tests. Relation with MDMA/stimulants is not expected


Adverse effects from intranasal amphetamine

Posted by on Dec 11, 2017 in Adverse effects, Doctor X files | 0 comments


I’m having some sort of chest/throat problem the past few days, but also vomiting. I wrote it up on another thread, I’ll just link it as I don’t want to clutter yours too much…

I thought it was a bad reaction from being talked into insufflating powdered Adderall (yes, I realize that’s a poor thing to do and won’t be doing it again regardless) but at this point I’m really not sure…

This is actually starting to worry me, any pro info is WAY appreciated!



I think there are two possibilities: an adverse effect caused by the amphetamine or an adverse effect related to the excipients of the pill. In general, pharmaceutical drugs susceptible of abuse (amphetamines, opiates…) include some chemical compounds to make difficult the administration by different routes to oral.


Treatment of mental health illness

Posted by on Dec 10, 2017 in Doctor X files, Mental health | 0 comments


I have somewhat of a pressing issue regarding medication that I could use some advice on. I’ve been recently diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, and take seroquel to manage the schizo-type symptoms and also klonopin, as it calms me down both mentally and physically, a great distraction from the delusions and grand conspiracy theories that keep me awake and extremely distressed when I should be resting. I feel though, that I’m becoming more and more reliant on klonopin just to function. If I go a few days without it, I’m quick to snap to anger at people’s shortcomings and will find just about any excuse to pick a fight with someone, anytime, anywhere. I enjoy the power rush of getting riled up and putting my hands on someone with 0 remorse more than the klonopin itself,which scares me. I never been addicted to anything before but with the way I act lately, I feel like this stuff is starting to get the better of me and is turning me into a loose cannon.

What can I do in the meantime, to reduce my dependency on klonopin and still maintain a good sleep cycle & healthy anxiety-free mood? I would tell all this to my regular doc, but it would break my heart if he started treating me like a 2nd-class junkie patient, she’s got quite a handful of them and I don’t want to be lumped in that category,she’s a good doctor so I pretend around her like everything’s alright to stay in her good graces but I hate having to pretend when I really a reality check and solid advice on how not to screw myself up. I’m currently prescribed 0.5mg and am only suppose to take 1mg max a day, but I’ll take anywhere from 2mg – 4mg a day, especially days where I have no choice but to deal with people face-to-face at work and keep my poker face on. I also supplement my script with, well duh, we’re on SR soI won’t go into that. The generic stuff here isn’t as good as the real deal, but keeps me out of the doctor’s office so I can maintain my facade of normalcy intact. What should I be doing at this point to avoid becoming dependent and everything nasty that comes with it?



Sometimes a forum in Internet is not the best option to help. I think your situation is one of them. I understand perfectly your fears, contradictions and worries. But I think you should discuss this with your doctor. The drugs you are taking are probably adequate to your condition and will help to make your live better. It is also true that clonazepam can be addictive (although the dosages you are taking are right and I don’t think you should be obsessed with this). But, in your case, I think your personal doctor is the adequate person to give the best advice (and even a change of medication). You say “she’s a good doctor”, so you should discuss these things with her, including your fear “to be treated like a 2nd-class junkie patient”.


Intervenous route technique

Posted by on Dec 9, 2017 in Doctor X files, Other drug question | 0 comments


I occasionally inject i.v. drugs (from sterile ampules from a trusted hospital source.)  Though I use a sterile syringe/needle each time and swab the area first..etc., every time I shoot I get a big needle bruise at the injection site.  Is there any way to prevent this/attenuate it or should I just find other ways to take my drugs?

I normally use either 30 or 31 gauge needles 8mm.



I recommend you this manual ,  I hope you can find some information useful for you:


Use of drugs in schizophrenia

Posted by on Dec 8, 2017 in Doctor X files, Mental health | 0 comments


A friend of mine is diagnosed with schizophrenia probably triggered by marijuana abuse.  (13-15 years ago)
He then stopped abusing substances for a while. He recovered, which by that i mean his social life got better, he could control voices he heard on his head, not being paranoid, etc. Few years ago he started using mj again and some mdma now and then. He did not show any signs of schizophrenia and his social life remained as is.

Now that he found his way into sr he want to try other substances too. He ordered 25(i,c or both, i am not sure) nbome, LSD and some opiates. Searching the web did not reveal anything about nbomes and schizophrenia but i found lots of reports that LSD triggered schizophrenia on some people.

Do you think a single trip on lsd or any other psychedelic could bring back effects of the schizophrenia? Do you think psychedelics should be avoided at all costs? What would be your advice on such situation?



Mental health problems as schizophrenia can be triggered by psychedelics. For most people use of psychedelics does not have consequences like this but for a minority, susceptible persons this is possible. People who have suffered a psychotic episode related with drugs are more sensitive to have new episodes if they continue or restart using them. This does not mean that this will an irremediable consequence, but there are more probabilities compared with other persons. Cannnabis and psychedelics are drugs related with this kind of problems and are formally contraindicated in persons who have suffered a psychotic episode. There are no data about NBOMe because they have very little experience on humans, but according to mechanism of action and effects, the same risk is highly probable. Opiates do not trigger psychotic episodes. In fact many opiates have antipsychotic properties. Unfortunatelly, opiates have their own problems and risks (overdose, dependence,adverse effects, etc…)


Benzodiacepines and methaqualone interactions

Posted by on Dec 7, 2017 in Doctor X files, Drug interactions | 0 comments


Doc, is mixing benzo’s with Quaaluudes dangerous?



Methaqualone is a drug sedative–hypnotic activity. This can be enhanced by the use of benzos. The risk of excessive sedation, respiratory depression or coma is higher mixing these methaqualone and benzos, obviously depending on dosage and potency


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