Hello respected doctor just 15 days back I had visited to one of my friend who just came from U.S and I explained him about my chest congestion as i am a regular cigarette smoker and he advised me to smoke something which I really regret now he said that weed is totally safe n even Dr. prescribe it. It was my first experience and everything was soo scary I was feeling depersonalized and lack of coordination in brain even today 15 days passed am feeling extreme depression and not much feelings like taste of food happiness or anger jealous am not getting such feeling always I feel to cry I want my normal life back as if I've never smoked it, did it damage my brain I can't recollect things can't think or analyse things brain fog don't feel like going to my professional classes on third day I visit a Dr. for breathing problem I was given voveran injection and 4 days back I took nexito10 please help me did it damaged my brain can I be back to normal state? Am on bp tab met xl 12.5.
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There are so many questions waiting for your answer as per your explanation.
1. Are you still using your friend's recommended weed?
2. Are you still smoking as you had said you are a regular smoker?
3. You had said now it is 15 days and you had visited a doctor. Now after the treatment from the doctor has your condition improved? Why are you taking bp tablets? Have you been taking this tablet earlier also/
Like these there are lot more questions to be answered.
Loss of interest and memory retention can be corrected at any time.
For further help and treatment you can contact me with all your medical reports.
There is misleading and ill informed propaganda in favor of 'weed'/marijuana/ganja. The herb as such may have medicinal properties(like most herbs do) if the active ingredients are extracted in a scientific manner and then consumed as medicine, under a doctor's prescription and guidance, but taken as such it is definitely harmful to the user. Anyway a single use of the 'weed' is most unlikely to cause any permanent damage to the brain. It must have triggered a predisposed condition in you; it appears to have pushed you into depression. Please do not worry, you will soon get over it. Please meet a psychiatrist in person. He will help you manage the problem.
In future please keep away from all drug abusers, for your own good. Please be selective about who you make close friends with. If you move with people who have good habits, you will develop good habits; otherwise you know how bad it could be.
Hello! I am sorry that you had to undergo such distress. Yes, smoking has many deleterious effects on our bodies and there are ways to help you quit that habit. I see that you are a 24yr old male and already on medication for hypertension. This puts you at higher risk for future cardiac events and therefore more concern to stop smoking. Regarding your query about cannabis being able to cause such symptoms, well let me tell you that burning and inhaling any hydrocarbon will have harmful effects on your body. Cannabis can cause various psychological phenomenon in susceptible individuals. However, once you stop/quit the use, the psychological effects should wear away. Your current dysphoria needs further careful evaluation before you can start using any other medications. I suggest you visit a psychiatrist and get a thorough evaluation done. I wish you good health!
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