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Can cocaine cause seizures?

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Asked: 2018-04-24 03:18:28
Me and some girlfriends were at a party and some dude shared his cocaine with us. Only a second or two after we did a line, my best girl started to make strange noises I looked over at her and her body was limp then her body started to shake or convulse. 911 was called immediately and she is fine now was her reaction caused by the cocaine.


Answered: 2018-05-06 22:01:05

My Uncle had a grand mal seizure, that the paramedics said was from the use of drugs, specifically cocaine. I dont know if I believed them though cause my Uncle has been using drugs his whole life, why would this happen to him now.


Answered: 2018-05-11 12:31:53

a seizure is an event and epilepsy is the disease involving recurrent unprovoked seizures. I looked up the epilepsy definition, and its scary stuff. This in itself should scare someone who is even thing about using cocaine or any other drug that make cause health or medical issues for you.


Answered: 2018-04-24 07:43:47

Thank God you dialed 911 and your friend is okay. Cocaine is bad news and your experience shows it.


Answered: 2018-05-08 19:15:44

Cocaine use is proven to cause a spike in hear rate which is known to cause seizures. Cocaine is not a drug you want to abuse or even take for that matter. cocaine addiction is a cruel disease that affects both the human behavior and the brain says This site will also give the help to get the best inpatient cocaine treatment available to you based upon your needs and your financial status. Inpatient rehab is just a few clicks away, and its not as expensive as you would think. In some circumstances it could even be free for you.


Answered: 2018-04-25 20:15:17

The girl may be prone to seizures which Substance Abuse will not help.


Answered: 2018-05-21 12:50:34

If you look up what is epilepsy definition it is quite scary. It is not something I would like to every experience. But if you look at the it states that cocaine can provoke seizures, exacerbate a preexisting seizure disorder, or cause an ischemic or hemorrhagic store that leads to seizures. To determine the importance of cocaine use in patients with and without epilepsy, they studied these relations and other risk factors for seizures.

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