Hi I am 24 and drunkenly decided to do coke three days ago. This was the first time but I stayed up all night drinking and doing lines. I don't want to do it again but want to make sure it is out of my system enough to not cause a heart attack or something. My BP is still a little elevated today at 135 over 85. Any help is appreciated
One night is not a big deal (but it can be because stimulants can kill you). Nothing bad will happen. Just don`t repeat it... Actually, you can if you want to. But my advice to you is to inform yourself about the drug before you use it. If you care about your life, you won`t do drugs, and opposite. It`s your choice and you have a right to do whatever you want...
Hey bud, you'll be alright. Cocaine is out of your system in 1-3 days. Just don't do it again, it is an awful drug and an awful addiction. When I started doing it, my cousin got me into heroine at the time too(for 2 months, and I walked away from it.) and I was doing what is called "speed balling" which is doing a downer with an upper, I should be dead honestly.
But I am still alive so, 1 night of a little bit of cocaine isn't going to do any damage. I wish you the best bro. You can add me if you need to chat or anything.
Relatively speaking, your pressure was not all that high. I am sure anxiety of the possibilities has a lot to do with elevating it. Believe me, you are not going to have a heart attack 3 days after using unless there is something else going on. You need to stop obsessing over this and again...get on with your life.
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