Citation: Crazy. "2 Day Black-Out, Forgot Hospital Visit: An Experience with Clonazepam (exp79283)". Erowid.org. Sep 24, 2018. erowid.org/exp/79283
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I had a prescription for 30-1 mg clonzaepam from my psychiatrist. I decided to fill it, knowing that I had blacked out before while on these pills. Well, the problem is, I'm kind of an irresponsible druggie. I started out by eating 4 mg at home. From there I went over to my friend B's house because he said he had some herb and would smoke me out. From this point forward, I don't remember a damn thing.
I guess I ended up giving him about 5-1mg pills and we were drinking beer as well. He blacked out, but ended up just falling asleep (his room-mates said).
I'm pretty sure I ate the last 16-20 1 mg Pills while I was already blacked out. I must have left his house because he was asleep. His room-mates had left at this point and were out somewhere. I was told I drank about 5 beers. I left the house while B's room-mates were out. B was asleep when I left.
And this is when shit gets fucked up.
I wake up two days later in my apartment with strange clothes on, a black eye, a lost wallet, and lost keys.
At this point I had no idea that I had been to the hospital, all I knew is that I had blacked out for about 2 days and that I had gotten really fucked up.
About 4 days later I receive a hospital bill for 30,000 dollars. YES - 30,000 dollars for one day/night in the hospital!!
According to the hospital, police found me in the street unconscious and barely alive. The hospital had to do a full blown medical evaluation including very expensive CT scans, x-rays, and a whole lot more!
I don't remember being in the hospital. I don't remember being at my friends house. All I remember was eating 4 pills to start the night and asking my friend if he had some herb.
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