New entry. This entry correlates with my last entry in "The phenibut for daily GAD experiment" but is not about anxiety or my experimentation there. It is about real medical evidence that shows even after abusing phenibut in high doses even for only 1 week after daily dosing of about 250mg twice daily for 1 month, there is absolutely no change in heart function or blood tests.
I just recently got over a stint of abusing 3000mg phenibut daily for 7 days. I may have had to even sneak a couple 1g maintenance doses in between. So maybe up to 5g per day on some days. Not due to addiction, but due to a mistake in experimenting with high doses to induce sleep causing a massive spike in tolerance. Please read my journal entry #6 for more detail.
I started to get serious constant chest pain after taking a high dose of phenibut 1000mg or greater. I also had a plethora of other side effects mentally that you can read in my #6 journal entry. Physically I started having long lasting chest pain and a feeling of strain in my heart. I became really dizzy which may of been a side effect of high doses of phenibut. I admitted myself to the ER out of concern that my phenibut use is causing problems. My whole body felt burnt. The low alkalinity of Phenibut Hydrochloride made my stomach feel sore, inflamed, like it was burning.
This feeling soon spread to my whole body. It felt like the highly low alkalinity of phenibut was burning me alive. My chest felt sore, my arms, legs, penis, even taking a shit I had the same weird burning sensation. If you ever been hit in the mouth really hard and got bloody teeth and gums you know what I'm talking about. It feels exactly like how your gums feel after being injured and especially how they feel after the bleeding stops and they start to heal. Even my poop looked weird, and it sure felt weird like my sphincter was burning due to the acidity. My poop had light tan lesions all over it.
At the hospital I had a standard blood test. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/bdt/show and the result game back negative for any concern. I also had chest xrays to look at my heart. My heart was perfect. My EKG came back and my heart is healthy, no signs of damage. I was watching my heart rate on the ECG monitor and I was surprised at how well my resting heart rate is after I quit smoking. I am down to 65 BPM. Thats 17 BPM less, a 24% decrease in just 1 week!
I will request medical records from the hospital and post them here. I will also be subject to further cardio testing and pulmonary testing to hopefully find the root cause of my pain. So I will have plenty more blood work and physical testing done as I take phenibut daily for longer periods of time.