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Weird feelings tonight...

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Duft, Jan 21, 2023.

  1. Now I want to preface that by saying I'm two BIG hits off my glass bong, two vodka and lemonades, and a percocet...so anyway...

    So if you've read many of my posts you might know I have a neuromuscular disease that affects primarily my left side. I was chilling with my niece a couple months ago and she was describing how MJ affected her. So I started paying attention and it's really weird... When I start feeling the high really really hit, it's like I could draw a line from the top of my forehead to my chin and the left side is numb as all get out but my right is falling behind, a little numb but not much till later on. Anyone else notice something like this...?
     
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  2. bro just go to hospital
     
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  3. Bro ...Get It Fixed!
     
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  4. Sounds like you are having a stroke, get seen please
     
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  5. @Duft , are you OK today? Does that happen every time you get high?
     
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  6. I appreciate the concern, but this happens every time I smoke, not just tonight! :)
     
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  7. Yes, just an odd feeling. Half of me is numb the other half catches up later!
     
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  8. To all, no, it's not a stroke, it happens everytime.
     
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  9. i played ignorant for many years myself then i woke up with my chest split open from throat to mid torso, so take it as i tried mate , you might think you and all around you dont care , but when you have the decision to make , the event is so stressed and oh crap moment , you decide life, it comes and goes at the snap of a finger mate. go to a damn hospital or setup a apointment for a stress test
    you pass the stress test , you win and dont worry any longer, you dont pass the test you still win because now you have it fixed and live a much easier life , at least i can breath better and i am given each day to breath there after, doesnt matter how rich or broke you are , your race or religion , that air you wake up to is another day of beauty that YOU make of it.
    it doesnt get any better than waking up, the rest of the day is what you and you alone make of it
     
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  10. I appreciate your words of encouragement, I really do, but I don't view 'living' the same as most people. My life is boring due to my health, I rarely get to see my granddaughter, 1-2 times a year who doesn't know me from the mailman. And again, due to my health, I don't get to do almost anything I previously enjoyed doing. I seriously believe if I died tomorrow I'd be forgotten in a few weeks. My sons pretend to be interested but I've found since I've gotten ill (an incurable neuro-muscular disease) the people who say they'll 'help' me when I need really won't. My life at one point meant something, but now, since I can't do almost anything I WANT to do, doesn't mean so much. I try to be optimistic but I find very few reasons to be...
     
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  11. I am so sorry you have all that to deal with. I do not have the health issues you do but I have mental issues that cripple me sometimes and I feel like you described... like I can't do what I want to do anymore. And ppl who wanna help me? Well they can't help me bc rn I am hitting walls trying to help myself lol. No one knows what to do so they just let me alone most of the time and that's when the demons come to try to "help" me but they just say I don't want to get better, I'm feeling sorry for myself and that's what keeps me down. But you know what? I can't live like that, no one can. You can't either. Your situation is more critical than mine so I strongly advise you to get medical attention just bc... you're worth fighting for. We all are. We have to believe that. Hang in and keep us posted!!!
     
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  12. I'm on meds that help but I can't be cured. A side affect is severe depression also which I know you can understand. Thanks for the kind words.
     
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  13. I'm reminded of @PsychedelicSam. Last year he got quite ill and when it became apparent he would not be able to go home and live independently, he stopped his transplant meds. He knew his kidney would fail and he would die, and that's the choice he made. It wasn't an easy death, unfortunately, and he suffered. He never wavered, though, and passed on his terms.
     
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  14. I know two people who have done that, both of them were liver failure patients. I've told my lawyer that I'm a do not resuscitate advocate and will not get treatment for advanced cancer or organ failure. I'm all for quality of life, not quantity. I saw too many people when I worked in the medical field spending millions of dollars to do everything they could for a loved one who had 'zero' chance of surviving. I sure don't want to waste money like that. But everyone feels what they feel I guess.
     
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  15. It’s coming up a year since a good friend friend died from kidney failure. He decided to do a medically assisted death after three good months of suffering. He was always up for a party.
     
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