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Talking about hepatitis C with immigrants and newcomers to Canada. Sharing the voices of people with lived experience on World Hepatitis Day. This resource provides information about how to smoke crack with this equipment. Talk to your local harm reduction site about which safer drug use supplies are available and how they are meant to be used.

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Hepatitis C can be passed through tiny amounts of blood on crack smoking equipment. Talk to a harm reduction worker about where to get equipment and where to get tested for hepatitis C. Smoking crack can lead to skin issues such as infections, lesions or abscesses that may require medical attention. Fatal overdoses are not common with stimulant use, however the drug supply is unpredictable and a fatal overdose is possible. Overamping can be considered a type of non-fatal overdose.

This information is to help identify when a person is overamping and needs to rest, and when a person goes down and needs emergency medical services. Effects of the high can become more extreme with crack over-use. These can include:.

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Naloxone reverses an opioid overdose. There is no antidote to stimulant overdose, but the drug supply is toxic and unpredictable.

Giving someone naloxone will not harm them. When in doubt, use naloxone.

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s of overamping Effects of the high can become more extreme with crack over-use. These can include: rigid, jerking limbs irregular heartbeat or chest pain skin feeling hot or sweaty severe headaches anxiety, paranoia, confusion, agitation or hallucinations including drug-induced psychosis What to do if someone is overamping Be calm and help the person be calm. Try to get them to slow down and rest. Give them water and keep them hydrated. Try to help them cool down.

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s of a stimulant overdose OD Crushing chest pain Seizures Unconscious or in-and-out No pulse or no breathing What to do if someone ODs Call or get someone else to call for an ambulance and report back. Stay and help. If a person is unconscious or has stopped breathing, give breaths.

Tell paramedics as much as you can about what happened.