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Does Methamphetamine cause Rash?
Rash is a known side effect of MethamphetamineDisclaimer
#27 in Methamphetamine discussions - 62 posts discuss Rash with Methamphetamine. Rash is #27 concern in Methamphetamine discussions.
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a very low oral dose, I break out with the worst skin rash...
" The few times I have tried methamphetamine, even a very low oral dose, I break out with the worst skin rash. I have read posts from ...Adderall. Now that they have Adderall XR and Concerta, I think... "
really sore red rash that ends up in all the skin peeling...
" ...Lately I've been getting a rash under my arms and it seems to be connected to using methamphetamine. It's a really sore red rash that ends up in all the skin peeling and is really sore.... "
crystal methamphetamine cause painful and itchy rashes ?C...
" Can crystal methamphetamine cause painful and itchy rashes ? Can crystal methamphetamine cause scales ,rashes, first painful then itchy .black pieces come out. If so how do I... "
with alcohol. Your rashes,irritation, all over body could...
" Hi, meth...methamphetamine is CNS stimulant drug and likely to get abused ...and defiantly not to be taken with alcohol. Your rashes,irritation, all over body could be due to interaction of... "
ith this? I also have a odd rash on parets of my body, and t...
" ...abnormal heart rate after injecting methamphetamine. Rashes on the body. What is ...I dstood up I got dizzy. My arm all veins ...with this? I also have a odd rash on parets of my body,... "
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