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Thomsons family believes that with continued treatment, Amy will continue to make progress. Source: DailyMail (Visited 12,310 times, 5 visits today) Related Items: drugs, ecstasy, mdma Click to comment.'Doctors can't believe I'm still alive - (I'm) so grateful I'm still here. 'It's a waiting game at the moment to see whether I'll have a permanent jerking like I have now as you can see and with my stutter.


Studies have shown that even small recreational doses (1.28 mg/kg) of MDMA can be neurotoxic while other studies have found that larger recreational doses (1.5 mg/kg) can leave no signs of damage.She took a powerful form of crystallized MDMA, the main ingredient in other forms of the drug known as molly and ecstasy, that left her struggling to survive in a month-long coma.Studies have previously shown that MDMA can cause neurotoxicity in laboratory animals by destroying serotonin axons, otherwise known as brain cells. Ecstasy typically overloads these axons with lots of serotonin at once, causing euphoria, but once they are destroyed, the.'Be the stronger person and say no to the drugs. do it for me please guys. The young man (pictured) stuttered and twitched his way through a harrowing three-minute video The young man revealed he may have permanent brain or.


Jordy Hurdes, from Wangaratta Victoria, posted the video on Monday. Shows the young man stuttering and twitching through the clip. Urges people to stay away from party drugs such as ecstasy pills.1 Share Share Tweet Share Share Email. Comments When 16-year-old Amy Thomson decided to go to a ecstasy-fuelled house party in Glasgow, Scotland last June, she didnt know that one little pill would devastate her life.We are no longer accepting comments on this article.The three girls were later discharged, but Thomson was not as lucky. She remained in a coma on life support for nearly a month in the hospital. When she finally regained consciousness, she was transferred to a specialist rehabilitation unit.


Could be left with permanent brain and nerve damage due to drug use. Published: 12:58 GMT, 23 November 2015 Updated: 13:35 GMT, 23 November shares 1 View comments. A young man has shared a confronting and heart-wrenching video showing the.Jordy Hurdes, from Wangaratta Victoria, posted the video on Monday. Shows the young man stuttering and twitching through the clip. Urges people to stay away from party drugs such as ecstasy pills.Studies have previously shown that MDMA can cause neurotoxicity in laboratory animals by destroying serotonin axons, otherwise known as brain cells. Ecstasy typically overloads these axons with lots of serotonin at once, causing euphoria, but once they are destroyed, the.'Going out and having fun is all good and well. And taking party drugs (pills, pingas, googs) seems like a fun option and you don't think anything life changing could happen to you he posted at the weekend.


'Doctors can't believe I'm still alive - (I'm) so grateful I'm still here. 'It's a waiting game at the moment to see whether I'll have a permanent jerking like I have now as you can see and with my stutter.Could be left with permanent brain and nerve damage due to drug use. Published: 12:58 GMT, 23 November 2015 Updated: 13:35 GMT, 23 November shares 1 View comments. A young man has shared a confronting and heart-wrenching video showing the.Since being uploaded his video has been viewed almost 400,000 times, shared over 16,000 times and has garnered over 13,000 likes and 1200 comments. The comments below have been moderated in advance.1 Share Share Tweet Share Share Email. Comments When 16-year-old Amy Thomson decided to go to a ecstasy-fuelled house party in Glasgow, Scotland last June, she didnt know that one little pill would devastate her life.Thomsons family believes that with continued treatment, Amy will continue to make progress. Source: DailyMail (Visited 12,310 times, 5 visits today) Related Items: drugs, ecstasy, mdma Click to comment.But this is what a tiny pill can do to you. If this isnt an eye-opener for everyone who continues to take stuff, I dunno what is. In the video, Thomson manages to say from a wheelchair, Thank you, thank.We are no longer accepting comments on this article.Jordy said doctors were astonished he was still alive and tells others 'it's not worth it' 'I myself am lucky to be alive now, I now have the possibility of a permanent stutter and twitch due to nerve or brain.'Don't do it, it's not worth it he ends the video. In an earlier post the young man revealed that he had spent the last few days in hospital after taking an ecstasy pill, and may be left with permanent.


 

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