Drink lots of water because cocaine dehydrates the body.
Chop the cocaine as fine as possible and use your own tubes without sharp edges. Banknotes contain organotin compounds, which are very toxic. Shared tubes can be used to transmit infectious diseases (hepatitis C).
Avoid mixed consumption, it burdens the circulation even more.
The effect of alcohol on cocaine is not really perceived. One has the feeling of being able to drink more, which of course is not true. This often leads to hubris. Risk of alcohol poisoning, coma and respiratory failure.
Use a nasal douche after consumption.
If possible, try to buy only from someone you know. That way, you’re less likely to be sold on some adulterated material.
If you consume, leave your car behind, as your perception of dangerous situations is clouded, and your driver’s license is at stake if you get into a control.
Do not consume alone, friends can intervene when emergencies arise.
Cocktails, i.e. the mixture of cocaine and heroin, are an example of the combination of so-called antagonists (opponents) and at the same time a very dangerous form of consumption. Overdoses can occur. Risk of respiratory arrest, heart failure.
Use your own cutlery when injecting to avoid infectious diseases. Diseases can also be transmitted through the filter, via the water and the spoon!
Cocaine can inhibit and increase the willingness to have unsafe sex. This increases the risk of infection with HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
The analgesic/anaesthetic effect seduces to longer and more intense sex. Unnoticed this can lead to bleeding wounds.
Cocaine can increase your stamina. Caution: Longer and harder sex also puts a strain on the condom – change the rubber every half hour.
Sex and cocaine only work if there is mutual agreement and trust. Clarifies in advance which sex practices are desired by both parties and which are not.
Consume only so much that you can defend yourself or still recognize your partner’s defensive signals. Caution: Cocaine can also increase your aggressiveness during sex!
Before getting down to business, make sure you have enough safer sex paraphernalia (gloves, condoms, lubricant) ready.
Watch your body! If you see anything unusual, see a doctor immediately. Have yourself tested for sexually transmitted infections and vaccinated against hepatitis A/B every 6 months with different sex partners.
HIV & Cocaine
Take drugs and HIV medication at staggered intervals. This may reduce interactions somewhat. Always keep the dose of drugs low when taking medication at the same time.
Often the night will be long – take sufficient medication with you and keep to your schedule.
Talk to your doctor about the interaction of your HIV drugs with intoxicants! The combination of cocaine and Sustiva can lead to increased aggressiveness!
You can find information on the interaction of substances and HIV drugs here.