Sharp stomach pain after smoking. HELP!

Discussion in 'Medicinal Cannabis and Health' started by Uncle Justin M, Jan 26, 2017.

  1. Uncle Justin M

    Uncle Justin M Registered

    Please hear me out, allow me to give you some background information so that you can give me a real answer to my real problem. A few years ago I used to smoke weed at least once every day for a couple years and never had any problem. I stopped while I was in college to study better. Now, for the past 6 months or so I have smoked about twice a month. There have been a couple times where it didn't happen, but mostly it does every time now. Immediately after I smoke, within seconds, maybe a minute, my stomach starts to hurt. It starts gradual and then becomes very sharp. I have just been ignoring this pain in the past. But the last time I smoked 3 days ago, it hurt so bad I almost went to the ER. And trust me, it takes me a lot to go to the ER (I never have before) because I work there. I'm no whiny baby when it comes to pain. This HURT. I was pacing bath and forth, and drinking lots of cold water, it seemed to help. The intense pain went away with probably about 10 minutes. But my stomach felt sore afterwards. This sore feeling has always gone away after a few hours and definitely by the next day. Now it has been 3 days and my stomach still feels very sore, it is extremely uncomfortable and scary. Now, I am almost positive this has to do with my stomach or GI at least and not heart or lung related because this also happens if I just eat edibles, but, the pain is delayed of course. So my questions are... What the heck is going on!? I am a medical person, and, this doesn't even make sense to me. I have read about how some people have stomach aches the next day or morning sometimes, but this is different, it's immediate. And as far as I know, a lot of people use weed to cure stomach pain. I love weed and I don't want one of my joys of life to be gone. Please help. Thank you.
  2. emilya

    emilya Future Dispensary Owner

    since your stomach is not involved in the smoking process, my guess is that it is nerves or a stomach problem. Maybe it is the way you are drawing in the smoke... i have seen people try all sorts of silly swallowing things with smoke. Maybe you have an ulcer?

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