Coke in mucus

by Neal Simon
(NY)

I stopped sniffing coke three days now. I still have thick yellow mucus with coke still in it. Is this normal and if so how long does it take before my mucus returns to normal.

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Ask a doctor.
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Neal,

Each of us are uniquely and wonderfully made. Because we are each unique, we respond uniquely to drugs and their negative effects on us.

I'm fascinated that you're worried about your mucus, but not worried about how much coke you're doing. If it where me I be MUCH more worried about my addiction cocaine then I would be the impact on my mucus?

I recommend if you have concerns, that you go to a doctor and ask them for help to understand what damage you're doing to your system but using coke the way you are.

I also recommend that you ask the doctor to help you to get treatment for your addiction because it left untreated it's often fatal.

Thanks doc
by: Neal simon

Thank you doctor. I have stopped. This is my 5th day clean.

Great!
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Neal,

So glad you've decided to stop, but consider getting additional support as you work toward sobriety. Begin going to meetings and working the 12 steps so you can work through any emotional issues causing you to turn toward mood altering drugs.

Often we have unresolved problems that cause us to want to escape how we're feeling. Understanding those causes and can help us to avoid sinking further into addiction.

Debbie

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