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Has anyone who healed from gastric bypass , tried to snort cocaine ? Did it cause stomach ulcers? I know it's rough on the digestive system.

Did it give you the same rush of dopamine, no appetite, and extra energy as before surgery ? " I am not saying i do or did cocaine"

I am just asking questions, to learn, how our body changes after surgery.

The coca leaf, is a plant grown in the ground, just like marijuana, people chew on it, in south America for extra energy.

The surgeons allow you to use prescribed, amphetamine salts that are crushed not xr. aka adderall . so what's the difference.?

I am not talking about people with heart issues, or high blood pressure .

Not mixing cocaine with alcohol either , that makes the toxic drug, cocaethylene.

I understand cocaine is addictive, and illegal so spare me the addiction transfer speeches.

I guess my question is has anyone survived life, after gastric bypass surgery, without dying after a few lines of Blow ? Without stomach ulcers etc?

Has anyone tried it and got no dopamine reward ? because of the surgery ? I read a few articles explain something about stomach bile?

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SWIM noted a mild stomach issue, be depends on what it was cut with. No difference pre or post surgery.
In fact SWIM noticed no difference in any nasally ingested compounds pre vs post.

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