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Side effects - first time plugging coke. Mouth is increasinly numb. Help????

Discussion in 'Cocaine & Crack' started by fleeman, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. fleeman

    fleeman Newbie

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    Jun 9, 2013
    24 y/o Male from Canada
    okay so my friend(actually friend) decided he was going to plug some coke, and i agreed to sit. its been about 15 minutes since he plugged about a lines worth. he says he feels good but keep complaining about his mouth being numb; starting with his tongue, then lips, etc.

    we are both very new to coke. with little no tolerance as of now.

    Is this completly normal with coke? or is this serious?

    Timmies little concerned friend here.

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    Last edited: Jun 26, 2013
  2. ianzombie

    ianzombie Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Jun 12, 2007
    41 y/o Male from ireland
    Without knowing the purity or the dose its impossible to know if you took too much, but when plugging you should always use less than you would with other methods (oral, insulfation)

    I think you should have done your research Before taking the drug, especially for the first time. This is pretty reckless behavior and can be very dangerous. Being new to coke why did you not take it the the way most people do?

    The ringing in your ear sounds like tinnitus.
    I dont use cocaine, and i dont know anyone who pluggs it so i cant comment on the numb mouth, but i think that the ringing in the ear should be sounding alarm bells (no pun intended)
    If you or your friend dont feel good and you are concerned about your health then get yourself to a doctor or to the hospital. Maybe someone will have better advice based on experience, but when it comes to your health the best first stop is a doctor or at least a phone call to one to get advice.

    I hope you learn from this. Dosage is very important, and knowing in advance what to expect.
    Taking drugs like this on a whim is dangerous and stupid.
    Please be careful.
  3. thirdeyelasik

    thirdeyelasik Silver Member

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    Jul 10, 2011
    Male from earth
    Although the numb mouth thing can be normal, my drunk uncle has never had that happen to him unless he gave himself a numby first or snorted it. Unless the coke touches something I wasn't aware that it could numb like that. If your backside was numb I would understand but this is a little weird to me. I'm sure someone on here has plugged coke before and can help further but try not to panic and if it gets any worse maybe get some medical attention. Keep us posted.
  4. Booty love

    Booty love Silver Member

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    Feb 4, 2013
    38 y/o Male from Some Beach, Somewhere:)))))
    PleAse dont ever plug something with out knowing exactly what and how much your plugging. You can easily overdose that way. "A lines worth", whether it be big or small can put you in the hospital if it happens to be close to pure or cut with methamphetamine, which cocaine has been known to be.
    You always snort a small line of coke every time you try a new batch. Never ever plug a dangerous street drug like that until you know exactly how that particular batch affects you.

    As far as the ringing in your ear, i used to smoke crack and every time i got a monster hit of some good dope, my hearing would go out and all i could hear was a ringing in my right ear. It would go away after a few minutes but thats smoking, your friend plugged which lasts much longer. Could be he just got some good coke and its doing the same thing to his hearing. Hopefully it goes away.
    If not he may need to seek a doctor, but don't do anymore until the ringing stops. Please!!
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2013
  5. Nanashi

    Nanashi Titanium Member

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    Jan 12, 2011
    Female from earth
    The ringing in the ears is most likely caused by an increase in blood pressure.
    Drink some water, lay down, try to relax, not do any strenuous activity to avoid raising it any more.

    If you feel that you have overdosed and are in danger go to the hospital or call emergency services.
  6. I_MISS_160s

    I_MISS_160s Titanium Member

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    Feb 26, 2012
    Male from New Hampshire, U.S.A.
    The ringing in the ears. like PS said, is most likely from the increased blood pressure ...

    I will say this though, I have never plugged coke but I have injected it hundreds of times. Most of those times I can taste the coke in my mouth after I inject. Maybe your friend is misunderstanding taste for numb in his most likely panicked state.

    More than likely, he had touched the coke solution and then touched him mouth without realizing.

    Either way, if it doesn't get any better soon, get to the ER. None of us know what that coke was, or how big the line was that you (he) took. You can not get in any trouble at the hospital for asking for this kind of help. Surely you will be called names but that is to be expected for not doing research on a drug first, and plugging for the first time coke usage.

    Be Safe(er) next time>>??