Citation: Neon_Aurora. "Exacerbation of Cystitis: An Experience with 25C-NBOMe (exp103797)". Erowid.org. May 13, 2015. erowid.org/exp/103797
I was first introduced to 25c-NBOMe when I was 17 (two years ago). It was given to me in the form of a liquid (Concentration 500 micrograms/100 microlitres), and I took the liquid intranasally. Since then, I've have many, many experiences with 25c-NBOMe, and also a few with 25B-NBOMe. I've always taken it intranasally in the form of liquid. My lowest dose was probably 250 micrograms, and my highest was 3.5 mg (over a night, not all at once). I've never experienced any alarming side-effects or health problems except that it severely irritates my bladder.
When I was young, I had many bladder infections. Those stopped happening in my teens but I've always been plagued by stress-induced and dehydration-induced urinary tract pain. It's a chronic problem and takes careful managing.
A major problem I have with this substance is how much worse it makes this condition (known as Cystitis). After taking any amount of 25C-NBOMe (or any Phenethylamine for that matter including 25C-NBOMe, 25B-NBOMe, Allylescaline, and MDMA (to a lesser extend than the others listed), I experience severe inflammation of the urinary system. To take these compounds, I must constantly drink large amounts of water and even use a tea of juniper berries and other leaves to help flush my system.
I do not know why this happens, but I can only assume that Phenethylamines are broken down by the body into some metabolite that is very irritating to people who have a chronic inflammation in the urinary system. I do not know if this will cause long-term problems. So far it has not. I am able to manage this issue very well and still take Phenethylamines regularly.
This has also occurred in my sibling, but to a lesser extend.
I feel that this report a good thing to be out on the internet, in case anyone else has a problem like mine. If there are more people than just me who have this problem, than we have learned something new about these compounds. There isn't a whole-lot known medically about these research chemicals, and every bit of information a person can provide to expand our medical knowledge is valuable.
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