Citation: Mit. "Nightmare: An Experience with Hydrocodone (exp74320)". Erowid.org. Feb 20, 2021. erowid.org/exp/74320
I've had many experiences with drugs including LSD, Ecstasy and my favorite, Marijuana.
I was prescribed with Vicodin a couple weeks ago because I had ear infections in both ears and it was very painful. So at first I took the normal dosage for a while. When the ear infections went away, I still had 30 something pills left. So I took them over a period of time and yesterday I had 10 left, I took 2 in the mourning before heading off to school.
I came home and around 6pm I decided to take the other 8. I crushed up 6 of them and wrapped them up in a piece of toilet paper, stuck it in my mouth took a big gulp of water and swallowed, followed by 2 more pills. I felt very Euphoric after a while and took a couple hits of weed and played some video games and eventually I went to sleep.
The next day (today) I woke up went to school and when I came home I went and took a nap around 4pm. That is when it began, the after effects hit, the worst nightmare I've had. At times I was in a city....a blank city there were no windows, doors, cars, or any other details, but still had people. Then somehow I ended up in my room and there were a lot of people and it was a party I started to throw up what looked to be a pitch black slushie, I say that because it had the texture of a slushie. I was in a bathroom with my head against the wall and the people around me didn't seem to care.
I woke up around 8pm and I was a bit freaked out and it was difficult to get up, I got up and felt nauseous and stumbled out to the living room and found I was extremely hot, like I had a fever. I took some Advil for my headache and wandered off to my room to type this up. Gonna jump in the shower, gonna be a bit hard to get to sleep tonight.
I have also had previous Vicodin induced dreams, but they were not really bad, but they were still vivid like this one.
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