Citation: yungendum. "It Felt Sooooo Good: An Experience with Cocaine (exp46317)". Erowid.org. Aug 18, 2021. erowid.org/exp/46317
First Time Injecting Cocaine
About 90 minutes ago, I injected cocaine for the first time. I have been a heavy user for about 2 years now, and for some reason woke up this morning after a big coke binge the previous night and decided I wanted to try injecting it. I did everything in a sterile environment, used whatman filters and new needles and I did the whole melting down process perfectly. It was a lot easier than I expected. After I drew up the solution into a syringe, I sat there and tried to calm myself down because I was extremely nervous. I'm only 19 and I have a lot of living left to do, but I decided it was a risk I was willing to take. I am very vascular, so my veins are always sticking out, and just popped the needle into the skin. I was so nervous I just squeezed a little bit in, and a bubble formed under my skin, which meant I missed my vein. So I slid it in more, and then aspirated the needle, and when blood got drawn up, I knew I was in, and injected it slowly.
It was like a small feeling of euphoria that steadily grew as more was pumped into my veins. After it was all in I jumped in my bed and laid there for about 20 minutes. It felt sooooo good. It was by far the best feeling I've ever had. Afterwards the come down wasn't too bad, I was feeling a little groggy for about 30 minutes then now I'm fine. Only problem is I think I now have a fever. I thought I may have had an abscess where I injected it, so I used a hot washcloth and applied heat to it for a minute or two, then used an ice cube to try to get that crap outta there. It's slowly going away now, but it is kinda painful around the injection site. I don't think it's infected I just think it was because I did the skin popper. All in all, it was great. I have told myself about 100 times now that I will NEVER do it again, but I have told myself I'd never even touch coke again a million times.
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