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Topic created by Blindspotdude
on Wed, 25 Jan 2023 at 17:59

Blindspotdude said on Wed, 25 Jan 2023 at 17:59...

Hello all popperheads.
For the very unlucky people out there that have been affected by vision problems after using poppers.
Is you "blurry central vision/blind spot etc" - Is that stationary fixed one place or is it "moving like floathers" do?
Have you experienced different auras around light? Gotten more floathers suddenly after use?
I have read all the big treads on here and not seeing answers to these quenstions..

The Professor said on Thu, 26 Jan 2023 at 21:08...

I don't have any more or less 'floaters' than when I was a kid.

Quite a while ago (10 yrs or more) I was chasing the last bottles of 'English' around the world. It was a very good nitrite that was labelled IsoButyl, but was more likely just Butyl (Still very good).

The last two bottles I found were so terribly degraded that I got the foveal degeneration for a couple of days (a very light case).

During use, I got a bright bluish green (or maybe greenish blue) halo around my central vision. It stayed in my central vision, didn't wander around.

For the next two days, I had a a 'smudge spot' directly in the center of my vision (the fovea, where visual acuity is supposed to be sharpest).

It was very disturbing, as if somebody had put a ball of grease in the center of my vision.

It went away after a couple of days; but that was a warning shot for me.
Some users have a smudge spot last for several months, and some have permanently blurry central vision.

not fun

Blindspotdude said on Fri, 27 Jan 2023 at 14:50...

This blind smudge black spot people are talking about - It "dosnt move" when you rlooking at it like fx a floather?

The Professor said on Fri, 27 Jan 2023 at 16:10...


bsd said on Fri, 27 Jan 2023 at 16:57...

Yes what? Does you smudge spot move like a floather or is it fixed one place no matter what?

PJ said on Fri, 27 Jan 2023 at 21:21...

I do remember some time ago that one poster claimed that certain vitamins, and a diet involving kale is a form of helpful ocular detox? I do not recall what vitamins he mentioned then, but he did claim kale helped him a lot. If you have hypertension then you can expect these kind of symptoms; poppers are not helpful as the years pass by.

Anonymous said on Fri, 3 Feb 2023 at 16:24...

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BrewMeister... said on Fri, 3 Feb 2023 at 16:25...

As I've stated over and over again, any legit popper maker will use quality control tests to make certain they are making pure enough poppers.

zombilives said on Mon, 13 Feb 2023 at 17:14...

i used to buy butyrfentanyl and acetylfentanyl and made blotters of ug80 with a micropipette a friend of mine working for ely Lilly stolen from

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