Re: subetex and its side affects when used intravenisly
its not supposed to be used intravenously - its sublingual (under the tongue). never tried it - have mates who have - they didnt reckon much to it.
heres some some side effects from the results in a case study in 1 clinic
arterial pseudoaneurysm, arterial pseudoaneurysm
with infective venous thrombus, infective venous thrombus, venous thrombus, end
arterial spasms and sympathetic dystrophy.
im no doctor - but i wouldnt like any of the above for the sake of a hit. heres how the study ended -
Outcome: Of the 8 patients, 4 were treated medically, 3 required surgery and 1 required amputation. Their recoveries were uneventful. Of the 8, 1 absconded and was not
followed up with. Conclusion:Parenteral injection of buprenorphine can cause a wide range of vascular complications from simple vascular irritation to severe infective thrombosis and pseudoaneurysms requiring limb amputations.
(as an intravenous heroin addict - i wouldnt stick it in my arm - and believe me, ive stuck some crap in my arms over the years)
hope this helps
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