Originally Posted by sasha1023
Looking for information for brother llama. Its it true that you can not die by injecting large amounts of [meth] because he was told he would have a falling out (which means falling out/passing out during injection only. Baby Llama heard stories and looked up on this site for information and the internet. From what I understand if I am injecting and pass out I will be ok. If I am injecting and fall out and someone finishes the injection while your out you may go into a coma or deep sleep but you will wake up high. But according to this site and internet you can die from injecting until you pass out and/or someone continues the injection you will die. Is this true?
Also I understand that [ICE] which is different than [meth], will kill you if you do too much. It has many signs telling u you are overdosing. It raises your core temp. and can fry your brain. Also even the next day you will vomit and continue to do this. Brother Llama will once in awhile vomit from [ICE] either right after or the next day. Simply because it is a different chemical make up maybe this is why.
Not every overdose you will die from. Some of the signs would be the heat which can rise rapidly causing seizures and heart distress at this time get to hospital ASAP you are overdosing, if not enough time, get in a cold bath tub or shower and try and cool body down fast until ambulance comes. Ok has anyone out there experienced any of these symptons? Or maybe different symptoms. Brother Llama appreciates it
You can die from Ice and Meth
overdoses. Overdosing is hard to do, in a way, because if you haven't done any for a while, weeks lets say, and you take too large of a shot, you won't feel good but that's not an overdose. But if you've been binging out, keeping meth in your system for days, you could reach the level I'm which you can overdose, then even if your next shot is relatively small, your can overdose, which means organ failure.
Symptoms of overdose are fucked up. You will feel sick, comfused, scared, paranoid, tired but heart racing, heavy breathing, inability to communicate, coughing/vomiting blood, treamors, hypertension
, and any symptom of liver and kidney failure. If someone is with you it will be hard to convince the, to take you to the ER, and you will likely jusrpt try to lay down until you feel better, because that's what you normally do, but you will feel sick for hours. When you finally get around to going to the hospital, you may have waited too long, but there isn't too much they can do for you anyway, other than induce a coma.