Citation: xanaxbanana. "By the End of the Day, I Was in a Blackout: An Experience with Cyclobenzaprine (exp112481)". Erowid.org. Oct 16, 2018. erowid.org/exp/112481
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Flashback to the eighth grade. I had just moved to a new town, switched schools, and was having trouble coping with new surroundings. I was snooping through my mother's drawers one day, and happened to find a huge ass bottle of Cyclobenzaprine. I decided to take a few (I was a bigger girl so I knew I'd need more than one) to see how it made me feel.
I actually don't quite remember how it made me feel the first time, but it must've been good because I continued to take it for the next month.
Eventually I got to the point where I was taking between 9-15 a day. Three when I woke up, two after first period in school, two more at lunch, two more at the end of the day, and then four more if I managed to stay awake any longer. After the effects had set in after five pills, I was damn near close to nodding off in class. After lunch, I was full-on nodding in-and-out. By the end of the day, I was in a blackout, so I don't remember much of the rest. I do remember, though, sleeping A TON. As soon as I got home from school I'd pass out and sleep all night.
The only way I got away with it was because my parents worked around-the-clock so no one really noticed. I only stopped when I ran out of the pills.
One day when my mom was off, we were driving around town, around dusk. I was majorly fucked up on Cyclobenzaprine, and I asked her if I had been to school yet. It was a Saturday, and it was 6 p.m. Somehow she believed me when I said I was just very tired. Lmao.
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