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I dont know if these symptoms are unusual.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 26, 2010
  • 01:54 PM

Hey people, i'll start of by telling you my story. I was out with 2 of my friends in the day time bored and we decided to mix tremadol and a antidepressant, one or each tablet not to sure what the depressants where called. I was fine all day then we went out in town the following night and decided to get some Speed (street name base). I completely forgot about the tablets i took earlier in the day and didnt think twice about taking the speed, it came to 2 am and i started to get weird heart palpitations my heart would beat fast for a short amount of time and then all of a sudden feel like it had stopped and i started to lose breathe which lead to hallucinations. I called the ambulance they took me to the hospital treated me for four days. Ever since they day i have not felt right. i have stopped taking stimulants as now i know its deffently not worth the risk of dieing, if i do any sort of exercise i get out of breathe so fast (i am not overweight, age 18 - 9 and a half stone). i get heart pains now and again and i carnt take pain killers now and i suffer with migraines. I was wondering if it is possible to recover from an overdose ive been trying to get fit and well again but it just seems to be going know where.

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