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Weird MDMA after effects

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- Sat, 14 Dec 2019 00:27:59 EST jXoLozCe No.227265
File: 1576301279697.gif -(569473B / 556.13KB, 506x337) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Weird MDMA after effects
So a few days ago over the course of about 24 hours I took ~1 gram of MDMA. I know this might be a retarded amount and by the last couple of doses I barely felt it, but now I'm having the weird pulses at random times, usually about once or twice every minute that feels like a tiny orgasm at the base of my skull. Has anyone else experienced anything like this? I honestly wouldn't be massively disappointed if this stayed around, but should I be worried? The day after my last dose I also vomited a couple of times if that means anything which isn't something that's ever happened to me on MDMA before.
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Phyllis Meddlewill - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 04:23:31 EST aW9yc1TF No.227267 Reply
>>227265
Yeah, that kind of dose must be very neurotoxic and no wonder you puked. From the symptoms you describe I can only think of brain zaps. I suggest you take a long break from MDMA and hope you still have some magic left when you next time dose.

I suffered from brain zaps when I took too much 5-aPB in short period of time. The zaps lasted about 3-5 days, IIRC. You should be good, but I would contact doctor if the zaps went longer than a week.
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Albert Fanwell - Mon, 16 Dec 2019 01:40:22 EST mBcEqLgv No.227270 Reply
>>227265
Brain zaps happen when you go off Zoloft (they lasted about 2 weeks for me). It is strange, but I don't think they cause excessive brain damage. I still got a chemE degree afterwards.

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