Citation: Anonymous. "Redosing and Comedown: An Experience with MDPV (exp97411)". Erowid.org. Feb 22, 2017. erowid.org/exp/97411
Having bought a sample of 250mg from the Internet, I was nervous to try the drug as I had read many reports and anecdotes of a very high compulsion to redose and a very harsh comedown after the fact.
I have now finished the 250 over a month or so and feel these effects are quite exaggerated. After a dose of mdpv there is typical stimulant effects similar to amphetamine with a slight MDMAish twist but not as powerful as either, I found the euphoric effects to last maybe half the amount of time as simple stimulation which led to redosing on many occasions and I thought this may be the reason why the drug has the reputation it has.
When I got to the point where taking more would definitely not be good for sleeping in a reasonable time I was quite easily able to stop with slight desire to bump a little more but definitely nothing extreme, similar to amphetamine maybe. This may have been attributed to my fear of redosing as I was well aware of what the internet says about mdpv but I feel it can be controlled in my experience. When the comedown began it usually went something like slowly losing stimulation and eventually into a state where I feel slightly altered but can't pick it. At the same time I found myself getting frustrated at little things but it was nothing extreme; although I never experienced very long binges. Mostly one day of mdpv umtil a last bump at maybe 6pm or a night in a club maybe 3 or 4 doses (doses used varied from 5-20mg). Sleep was average when I did eventually fall with a few wake ups at the start and end of the sleep.
This drug is alright, a typical stimulant, makes me very horny somewhat like meth, didn't find much use studying on it as I just wanted to listen to music (very enjoyable) and talk to people on FB. Pretty cool drug. I'm a fan of stimulants but it's not something I would be incredibly keen to buy more of.
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