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  1. Cocaine withdrawal occurs when someone who has used a lot of cocaine cuts down or quits taking the drug. Symptoms ... even if the user is not completely off cocaine and still has some of the drug in ...
  2. Cocaine is made from the leaves of the coca plant. Cocaine comes as a white powder, which can be ... a powder or liquid. As a street drug, cocaine can be taken in different ways: Inhaling it ...
  3. Cocaine is an illegal stimulant drug that affects your central nervous system. Cocaine comes from the coca plant. When used, cocaine ...
  4. ... vessels (vasoconstriction) Stimulant drugs, such as amphetamines and cocaine Cocaine use and cigarette smoking can cause severe spasms ...
  5. ... alcohol syndrome Intentional overdose Seizures Stroke caused by cocaine use Suspected sexual assault Unconsciousness If the test ... up to 6 weeks with high level use Cocaine: 2 to 4 days; up to 10 to ...
  6. ... past Heart disease Abdominal trauma Smoking Alcohol or cocaine use Fibroids in the uterus An injury to ... diabetes under control Not using tobacco, alcohol, or cocaine Following your provider's recommendations about ways to lower ...
  7. ... Many street drugs, such as methamphetamine or crack cocaine, have no known beneficial use in any amount. ... addiction is gradual. And some drugs (such as cocaine ) can cause addiction after only a few doses. ...
  8. ... Loss of appetite (occurs with amphetamine, methamphetamine, or cocaine use ) Increased appetite (with marijuana use) Unsteady gait ... drugs) Hyperactivity (as seen with uppers such as cocaine and methamphetamine) You also may notice changes in ...
  9. ... medicine). Drugs of abuse, such as ecstasy, LSD , cocaine , and amphetamines have also been associated with SS. ... can mimic those due to an overdose of cocaine, lithium, or an MAOI. If a person has ...
  10. ... colas, and many other beverages.) Do not use cocaine, amphetamines, or any other illegal drugs. They may ...
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