What can happen after using Ecstasy for the first time?

What can happen after using Ecstasy for the first time

Nov 10, 2011 · What can happen after using Ecstasy for the first time? Discussion in ‘Sex, Health and Dating’ started by legacyAccount, May 5, 2009.

Drug info – – First time using Ecstasy | Drugs-Forum

Dec 28, 2011 · If you happen to have a legit source and know what you are getting then this think can be helpful. If you have time you can purchase kits that test to see whats in the stuff you are getting. Not a bad idea to pick up one.

taking ecstasy for the first time? | Yahoo Answers

May 05, 2010 · After your body has digest most of the ecstasy you’ll start to feel euphoric and your pupils will dilate. You’ll feel very talkative and could possibly feel sweaty. Most of the street ecstasy is laced with meth so you would feel like you’re «on top of the world’.

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What are the first time effects of taking ecstasy? – Quora

First, my eyes were so dilated that my dog freaked out. Apparently, dogs (and probably other animals) see dilated eyes as a warning flag for a dangerous situation. My dog took one look at me and hid in another room for the duration of my trip.

I took MDMA for the first time and have some questions

Jul 26, 2009 · I took MDMA aka ecstasy for the first time the other night. I was nervous about taking it, but now looking back, I don’t regret it at all. I can easily say it was one of my best experiences.

Ecstasy Can Harm The Brains Of First-time Users

After 18 months, 59 first-time ecstasy users who had taken six tablets on average and 56 non-users were re-examined with the same techniques and tests.

‘My First Time on Ecstasy:’ 10 True MDMA Stories | Alternet

My first time: I was kind of a late bloomer: I didn’t try ecstasy until I was 30. I was in London and E was all over the place. It was cheap, too—around three pounds [$5] a pill.

The Effects of Ecstasy Use – DrugAbuse.com

Overview of Ecstasy

1: Short-term effects after ecstasy is gone from the body

Ecstasy is an unusual drug because it has effects on the brain that develop and persist for a short time after the drug is eliminated from the body. These often include the development of depression-like feelings, anxiety, restlessness, irritability, and sleep disturbances.

What You Need to Know About Drugs: Ecstasy – KidsHealth

Ecstasy (3, 4-methylenedioxy-N-methamphetamine, or MDMA) is a drug that is illegally made. Ecstasy is a stimulant drug that can cause hallucinations. It is known as a designer drug because it is created for the purpose of making someone feel high.

E is for Ecstasy, Chapter 11

E for Ecstasy by Nicholas Saunders Chapter 11: Suggestions for first time users This chapter is not an encouragement to take Ecstasy. It is an illegal drug and in some situations can be dangerous.

Dangers of Ecstasy

One of the most common dangers of Ecstasy is the risk of overheating. There are a variety of ways that this can happen. For example, Ecstasy as a chemical actually hinders a person’s body from regulating it own body temperature.