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I am 17 years old and did shrooms a few months ago, after the second time doing them I started to see spiders in dark places usually before bed crawling around. It has gotten better now and I have learned to get to sleep easier by just putting a pillow over my eyes as they start to linger if I don’t have anything directly in front of my face. I also see faint geometric patterns on the ground (usually on carpet) and they only seem to stand out more and have color when I smoke marijuana. I have adjusted to living with these after effects and it doesn’t affect me as much as it used to except for paranoia when I let my mind get the best of me. Am looking for a explanation to these strange symptoms and if anyone has experienced the same or similar things it would be great to hear your thoughts cheers.

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The geometric shapes sound like some form of hppd or pre-hppd... the spiders, less so. Smoking weed is really not gonna help the issue though. I would go sober and understand your symptoms without drugs.

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