After MDMA use:
1) Some people feel in better spirits and more focused after an MDMA experience, usually for 1-5 days. Most people, for their first number of uses of MDMA (1-25) experience very little negative side effects aside in the days after use and some find they enjoy these days.
2) Some people feel less able to focus mentally on tasks for 1-7 days.
3) Some people find their vision is fuzzier for 1-7 days.
4) Some people experience a fuzziness of memory or lack of ability to focus on ‘trivial tasks’ such as remembering phone numbers for up to 6 weeks after ingestion.
5) Some people experience balance problems or dizziness for up to 4 weeks after use. This is normally associated with dangerously high doses or overly frequent use (multiple days per week).
6) Some people experience mild to strong depression for 1-14 days after use.
7) Some people’s experience of the after effects changes with increased use, going from feeling good after MDMA use to feeling quite bad.
8) Some people find that after a certain number of uses of MDMA (from as low as 10 sessions, average of samples somewhere between 15-25, no good data here), MDMA no longer feels as ‘good’, the good feelings dont last as long, the body load during the experience is greater, the near term (1-2 days) aftereffects are significantly worse, and the longer term (1-4 weeks) after effects become noticeably unpleasant.
9) Some people never experience any ‘loss of magic’ from MDMA.
10) For some people, no length of hiatus returns MDMA to its original effects. The ‘loss of magic’ appears to be a lifetime cumulative effect.
12) Taking MDMA doses on successive days seems to enhance the negative effects and decrease the positive effects of MDMA.
No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as any manner of thy friends or of thine own were; any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. MEDITATION XVII Devotions upon Emergent Occasions John Donne