I know what I did was stupid and it has scared me straight so I don't need a lecture. I don't snort a lot, just a couple of time.
But two days ago I snorted a friends prescription Wellbutrin (SR and 100, is also in the pill).
According to this guy at my school it is made of 55% hydro-chloric
acid (or something like that) and it is going to rot my sinis and screw me hard. I don't know if there are different types of Wellbutrin, but the one I had was a blue pill, the blue part was just the coating and it was white inside.
If this is what the guy said is true:
Is there anything I can do before I go to a doctor?
Is there anything a doctor can do?
Are there simptoms I should look for?
Am I ******?
Anything you could tell me would be greatly apperciated
Relax, although it was dumb (let's face it, there isn't a high in Wellbutrin so why bother snorting it), it won't do permanent damage to your nasal passage from such a small amount. If you have bleeding or discharge which continue beyond 48hrs., go see a doctor. Otherwise, don't do it again.
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