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Due to the rapidly felt, intensely rewarding effects, shooting up a drug such as heroin can raise the user’s risk of developing an addiction, as well as the likelihood of experiencing overdose.
Any method of drug injection – be it intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous – can result in a slew of harmful health effects that may include :
While the above are general injection-related health effects, there are some other dangers common to drugs prepared with many adulterant chemicals, binders and other toxic substances. Black tar heroin, for example, which is named after its tar-like consistency, contains a large amount of additives and contaminants 3. These can cause local inflammation, clog blood vessels and contribute to widespread damage to the following organs:
Because chronic, repeated injection of drugs such as heroin may lead to venous sclerosis, or a loss of veins to inject in, users will often switch to injecting intramuscularly or subcutaneously as opposed to intravenously. This increase in intramuscular injection can lead to the following dangers: