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Far Sightedness
by Liz
Citation:   Liz. "Far Sightedness: An Experience with LSD (exp66873)". Feb 13, 2008.

1 hit oral LSD
    smoked Cannabis
So, I have taken LSD in the past, and had good and bad trips. I hadn't taken it in two years. Then, this summer I decided to drop one hit, which was supposedly pretty strong. I didn't trip that hard, but I had some visuals, and I smoked pot and I drank too.

The trip ended after about 8 hours. That night, I smoked pot again, and I noticed, no visuals, but everything that was close up looked really blurry. I couldn't even read a book. I looked in the mirror and my pupils were very dialated, so I thought maybe the acid was like coming back, since I smoked. No big deal.

Then, the next day, when I smoked pot it happened again. Now, I was getting kind of worried. I also noticed that when I wasn't high, I could not see close up very well. My pupils looked to be a normal size. I thought, maybe I have permanently damaged my vision and I was really worried.

I told my mom about it, not that I took acid, but that I could not see close up, and she said that I might need bifocals. Bifocals at nineteen years old. I felt really bad. This went on for a few weeks.

Luckily, my vision got better, and now I can see close up just fine.

Thank God, because I was really worried that I did something to my eyes. I will be more careful from now on!

Exp Year: 2007ExpID: 66873
Gender: Female 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Feb 13, 2008Views: 4,945
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LSD (2) : Unknown Context (20), HPPD / Lasting Visuals (40), Post Trip Problems (8), General (1)

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