What has this leivel of abuse done to me?
No one, not even a Dr knows for sure how long anyone has to live. Ephedrine is hard on the heart, liver, kidney and blood vessels and brain to say the least. You should see your general practitioner to start and be honest about your use. He may send you to see a cardiologist to see how much damage has occured to your heart and blood vessels. Blood work will determine if any damage has been done to the liver and kidneys and other organs. You are at extreme risk for a heart attack or a stroke. A stroke may not kill you, it could just leave you partially paralysed, unable to speak, etc. Are you addressing your drug addiction at all? You should probably consult an addictions specialist to help you come off this drug before you do kill yourself.
- Ephedrine Information for Consumers
- Ephedrine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ephedrine (detailed)
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