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Drug info - Dicyclomine?

Discussion in 'Various drugs not covered by other forums' started by blahaha, Jun 27, 2008.

  1. blahaha

    blahaha Silver Member

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    My neighbor gave some blue pills to SWIM and called them bombers. She said they would make SWIM laugh a lot and stuff. I couldn't find any information on the internet, other than it's for IBS which sounds weird. SWIM's mother has taken these before. She reassured SWIM it was safe but it still feels weird because there's nothing on the internet about it. I like to research his drugs before trying them. Has anyone ever heard of these 'bombers'?
     
  2. Stephenwolf

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    Dicyclomine can cause a range of anticholinergic side effects such as dry mouth, nausea and at higher doses, deliriant effects.

    so says the great and powerful WikiPedia

    Stephenwolf added 1 Minutes and 43 Seconds later...

    From what that means it'd be similar to eating a bunch of benadryl or some Datura... which are different from one another.. generally not pleasant.
     
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  3. Glowworm

    Glowworm Newbie

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    How much dicyclomine, can SWIM snort, to feel anything? Or can you just take an excessive amount to feel something?
     
  4. old hippie 56

    old hippie 56 Newbie

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    Why in the world would someone snort a anticholinergics. It is used in the treatment for IBS.
     
  5. Glowworm

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    SWIM, heard a few stories from a few friends about snorting/taking it and getting some sort of high off it.
     
  6. old hippie 56

    old hippie 56 Newbie

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    From what cowboy knows about the drug, it seems really desperate to get a high from something of this nature.
     
  7. AdamM

    AdamM Silver Member

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    If You snorts Dicyclomine (Bentyl, Byclomine, Dibent, Di-Spaz, and Dilomine) it may cause harmful damage to your neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

    Damaging a neuromodulator may have serious effects.
     
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  8. NeuroChi

    NeuroChi is not his mind Platinum Member & Advisor

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    What is the dose? If it is a pill, it may require a large amount of material to feel anything. You could be snorting it all day before he felt anything, and damaging his nose and nasal membrane, so it would definitely not be worth it. It could also have very negative side effects as well.
     
  9. Glowworm

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    Thank you, I figured it would just make your nose hurt/and possibly bleed. And all the problems you guys listed. But, SWIM heard a few stories, just making sure.
     
  10. Alfa

    Alfa Productive Insomniac Staff Member Administrator

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    FUBAR has learned the hard way to be very weary of anti-cholinergics. FUBAR prefers his skin to go down again once he pulls it up. He also prefers to have fluids in his mouth, eyes and anywhere else where drought is uncomfortable. Further he prefers to be able to speak and walk instead of crawl. And most importantly he prefers to have fun on his drug escapades, instead of the dull absent mindedness anti-cholinergics can put one in.
     
  11. pinksox

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    Yeah...sounds like a great time to SWIM. Don't mess with anti-cholinergics. It'd pretty much be like trying to OD on atropine. Not fun at all.
     
  12. Glowworm

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    Alright, thanks.
     
  13. The Druggy

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    Dicyclomine dose?

    Alright peeps. I have found dicyclomine in his house and is wondering how many mgs I should take to get "high".

    Yes I know that this high isn't experience, however I am still interested. I do NOT want a life lesson or list of side effects. I have tried diphenhydramine and finds it remarkably interesting. He thinks the same for dicyclomine.

    The Druggy added 1 Minutes and 13 Seconds later...

    Oops. Yes I know that this high isn't "fun"
    Don't know where I got experience from lol
     
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  14. Potter

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    Re: Dicyclomine dose?

    Then why did you come to a harm reduction site?
     
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    Re: Dicyclomine dose?

    Because SWIM just wants an answer, he asks if you can give him one...
     
  16. chibi curmudgeon

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    Re: Dicyclomine dose?

    Did You take a normal dose to see what happens?

    Or more to the point, to see what doesn't happen, after his GI tract comes to a screeching halt?
     
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    Dicyclomine is a medication that is primarily used for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. Dicyclomine helps alleviate these symptoms by relaxing the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract. But it has some side effects like:

    * Dry mouth
    * Dizziness
    * Blurred vision
    * Nausea
    * Light-headedness
    * Drowsiness
    * Weakness
    * Nervousness
     
  18. foxxy

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    so my friend just ran across these dicyclomines? or whatever.
    and she went ahead and popped three, i told her to wait so we can look it up first.

    i'm worried about her, how many would it take for her to be 'delirious' or whatever? i don't want her to overdose, because she doesn't feel anything yet.

    they're 10mg.
     
  19. Potter

    Potter Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Foxxy: Were the pills Dicyclomine or "whatever"? I'm rather confused as to why you would be unsure of what your stupid friend took.

    Luckily for her, she should be fine, 30mg isn't that large of a dose.

    You should look for new friends, someone so dumb as to start popping random pills can end up dead, and if you are there, you could be implicated in some ugly legal issues.
     
  20. Johnsmt1

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    Some side effects with dicyclomine, while occurring infrequently, are potentially serious like:
    # Fainting
    # Difficulty passing urine
    # Severe constipation
    # A rapid heart rate (tachycardia) or an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia)
    # Difficult or painful breathing
    # Psychotic behavior or thoughts (such as hallucinations)
    # Heat stroke