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Prolonged Use Horrid Long-Term Effects
MDPV
by superficies
Citation:   superficies. "Prolonged Use Horrid Long-Term Effects: An Experience with MDPV (exp90236)". Erowid.org. Mar 23, 2011. erowid.org/exp/90236

 
DOSE:
  insufflated MDPV (daily)

BODY WEIGHT: 130 lb


I never thought I would be the one to write a preachy, long-winded plead, begging people to STOP using MDPV. It was my legal, miracle stimulant. After eight months, I finally flushed my last gram down the toilet this morning, along with my livelihood and sanity. PLEASE. This is truth. Not exaggeration.

I started bumping 3-5 mg twice a day, a few times a week in early September 2010. I currently attend a top 10 university, I intended to use the drug for study purposes and all-nighters, not recreational use. (Swear to God, not tooting my own horn, just giving background) My addiction started out slowly. For the first 5 months, I had no negative side effects. No paranoia, mood swings, hallucinations, nothing. I agree, it is one hell of a motivational stimulant and the euphoric feelings were unmatched for those few months. I began to increase my dosage to 10mg twice a day by mid Jan. 2011. That is when it went downhill. Fast.

Long story short, I was reckless one week. After a five-day combination of cannabis, alcohol, sleep deprivation and probably 100mg of MDPV (overall), I felt horrid. There arenít words in the English language to describe the depression and anxiety that I felt. I thought campus police was outside my house, attempting to arrest me. I thought friends and loved ones were plotting against me. I was hearing sirens and fog horns constantly, from multiple directions. I heard voices of my friends talking shit about me. I thought my hair was falling out and bugs were crawling on me. Basically hell. I was in hell.

Thank God my best friend (who has since refused to speak to me) called an ambulance when she found me in my room, huddled on the floor. I was rushed to the emergency room. I had a 140 bpm (normal resting being 55) and was seizing. By this this I was seeing hallucinations of monsters, aliens, demonsÖ.

I was clean for a month. Bought some last night. Bumped and flushed it. I went into cardiac arrest.

So why am I sharing this story? To date, I have kidney failure from the extended MDPV usage. I have recently been diagnosed with heart problems and have been prescribed beta blockers to slow down my heart rate. To top it off, I developed acute schizophrenia/bipolar disorder that I will never recover from. I am lucky to be alive.

Please. Just donít. Just donít do MDPV.

[Reported Dose : 5-25mg per day over 8 months]

Exp Year: 2011ExpID: 90236
Gender: Female 
Age at time of experience: 21 
Published: Mar 23, 2011Views: 33,355
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