eamg061 at rigel.oac.uci.edu
Wed Sep 13 14:01:44 EST 1995
see a doctor. it sounds like a kidney stone/infection or numerous other
possibilities. i doubt the lsd had anything to do with it. pure
coincidence? also don't forget that most street lsd has strychnine and/or
speed. i don't where you got yours or if these other compounds could be
causing your problems....
-neal prakash md/phd student, uci.
> During an LSD trip about 8 months ago (very low-dose... apprx 30mcg)... I
> experienced severe pain in the testicular region.
> That continued for a few months...
> Then the pain "moved" up to my back... so now it is in both areas.
> This pain started DURING the trip.
> Does anyone think it is possible that I am still suffering from "lasting"
> drug effects? Could it have something to do with seratonin gone wild?
> From what I understand, current research shows that certain seratonin
> sites play a role in pain reception...
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