How Long Does Molly Stay In Your System


What is Molly?

Molly is an energy booster and mood enhancer drug. People use to take this drug for recreational purpose. Worldwide Molly is available and all age groped people are using this psychoactive compound. [1]


Alternative names

Molly is chemically known as methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA). The other brand of this chemical agent is known as Ecstasy,  XTC or E. Recently, Molly is available in combinations with other psychoactive compounds, such as spent drone, methylone, 4 – MMC, 4 – MEC, MDPV, & MePP. Therefore, it is hard to calculate the duration of time for Molly present in the human system. [2,3]

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Sign & Symptoms after intake of Molly

The following sign & symptoms develop after intake of Molly

  1. Feeling of energetic
  2. Feeling of happy due to mood boosting effect
  3. Euphoria
  4. Increased emotion
  5. Enhance desire for sexual experience
  6. Easy agitation
  7. Perceive  differently with known environment
  8. Hyperactive
  9. Sweating
  10. Chills
  11. Dizziness

The above-mentioned effects are not all arise at a time, but with a different time interval and dosing are factors affect the sign and symptoms. The drug effect may vary with other molecules combination or depends on upon brands. [1,2,4]

How Molly enhance Mood?

Molly can reach in central nervous system and alters brain impulse generation and message transport through neurons. Molly mainly affects on neurons, which are communicated through serotonin. Serotonin is liable for regulating mood, anger and pain reactions.

The direct effect on the brain and nervous system provided by Molly may cause memory loss due to nervous system damage for prolonged users. [4]

Complications in Using Molly

Complications may occur after the using of drugs specifically for newly experiences, which include:

  1. Dehydration after doing some exhaustive work
  2. Fainting
  3. Nausea
  4. Blurry vision
  5. Muscle tension
  6. Increased blood pressure
  7. Increased heart rate
  8. Hangover
  9. These above-mentioned complications also depend on upon the dose of the Molly.

The following complications are common in prolonged users.

  1. Convulsion attack
  2. Cardiovascular complications
  3. Kidney problems
  4. Psychosis
  5. Hemorrhaging
  6. Drug curving
  7. Deformed nervous system
  8. Depression
  9. Sudden death [2,3,4]

Precautionary measures for using Molly

It is always advisable to avoid Molly or such psychoactive drugs, as they have several acute and chronic side effects. Molly generates tolerability and needs dose escalation for maintaining desired effects. High dose with prolonged use of Molly has several life-threatening complications.


Molly also has withdrawal effects and therefore sudden stopping of Molly is also not recommended for chronic users. Gradual withdrawing of Molly drugs with slow decreasing of dose and steady stopping of the drug is medically preferable to avoid patient’s unbearable drug curving.

Some precautionary measures suggested for Molly are as follows:

  • avoid concurrent use of alcohol, as suddenly blood pressure becomes high and increases body temperature, which becomes dangerous for human health.
  • Concurrent administration of antidepressant drugs is strictly avoided, as these combinations become lifer-threatened. [2, 3, 4]

How long Molly can stay in system

The different factors interfere with staying of Molly in the system. The duration of staying the system in Molly varies with the frequency of drug intake. Multiple time intake within a certain period enhances the time limit of staying the drug in the system. The experts suggest avoiding subsequent administration of Molly, so that the previous dose should get time to eliminate from the system and accumulation of Molly in the body system can be avoided.

Depending upon dose, the different test result shows different results.

Single Dose

In single dose washout period is short and quickly eliminate out from the body in comparison with multiple doses.

Saliva Test

The trace amount of Molly present in saliva and that can stay for  24 hours to 72 hours (1 to 3 days)

Urine Test

In collected sample of urine showed a minimum amount of Molly, which also can stay for  24 hours to 72 hours (1 to 3 days).

Hair Test

Trace amount of Molly present in the hair and that can stay for 3 months or 90 days.

Blood sample

Trace amount of Molly present in the hair and that can stay for 12 hours.

Multiple Dose

In multiple dose washout period is long and gradually eliminate out from the body.

Saliva Test

The trace amount of Molly present in saliva and that can stay for  24 hours to 120 hours (1 to 5) days

Urine Test

In collected sample of urine showed minimum amount of Molly, which also can stay for  48 hours to 120 hours (2 to 5) days

Hair Test

Trace amount of Molly present in the hair and that can stay for 3 months or 90 days.

Blood sample

Trace amount of Molly present in the hair and that can stay for 24 hours.

Other cases

At the initial intake the amount of Molly in body compartment is high and gradually with time duration Molly is eliminated, but Molly is accumulated when the administration of drug takes place before washout period. Multiple dose administration with short interval cause builds up of Molly in the body system.

Even the drug stay period becomes more with concomitant administration of other psychoactive products, such as  marijuana, cocaine, Viagra and methamphetamine, as washout period become prolonged. This type of administration habit is common in chronic drug addicts. [1,2]


References

  1. How Long Does MDMA stay in Your System?; Retrieved from: http://www.med-health.net/How-Long-Does-Mdma-Stay-In-Your-System.html
  2. How Long Does Molly Stay in Your System?; New Health Advisor; Retrieved from: http://www.newhealthadvisor.com/how-long-does-molly-stay-in-your-system.html
  3. Emma Scott; How long does Molly stay in your system?; Retrieved from:http://www.medhealthdaily.com/how-long-does-molly-stay-in-your-system/
  4. How Long Does Molly Stay In Your System; Retrieved from: http://www.healthguidances.com/how-long-does-molly-stay-in-your-system/

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