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I do not know if this is a medical question or not. But how do you know if you have been drugged, for say at a party?
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replied March 1st, 2010
The best way is to have a blood or urine drug screen test to check for the presence of date rape drugs in your system. You can either go to your family doctor or to the hospital to have this done. You can buy urine drug tests at pharmacies such as CVS and Walgreen's but these often to not cover the number of drugs people can be drugged with. If you suspect you or someone you know to have been drugged seek medical attention as soon as possible because these drugs can have lasting effects on your body.
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replied March 1st, 2010
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Also if you're expecting that you may decide to press charges against someone a home adminsterred test won't stand up in court. If the test is performed by your doctor it becomes a medical record and much more substantial evidence.
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