Citation: Moderate User. "Loss of Motor Skills: An Experience with Cocaine & Zolpidem (exp43877)". Erowid.org. Jun 12, 2018. erowid.org/exp/43877
I went to score my coke and spent some time with my dealer doing a few lines. It was a school night so I didn't over do it, so I left early and went home to my husband and told him to try our new product.
At about 1 in the am I realized that I needed to get some sleep so I decided to take some Ambien and get some much needed rest. I took my normal 10 mg pill and was sitting at my computer waiting for my pill to kick in still wired from the lines earlier that evening. All of a sudden my words became slurred. My husband looked at me like I was crazy. He started to laugh at me. He asked if I had been drinking. I told him I didn't touch alcohol and he knew that. I got up to go to the bathroom and I couldn't stand. It was funny cause my mind was going a mile a minute like it normally does when I do coke. My body wasn't cooperating.
My body wasn't cooperating.
I had never felt anything like it before. My husband had to help me to the toilet. I sat down and not even my pee would come out.
I had no control over my body at all. I had total control over my mind. It was kind of cool and kind of scary at the same time. It was like being trapped inside of my mind.
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