PCP side effects
PCP adverse effects can be unpredictable aggressive behavior, schizophrenia, delirium and toxic psychosis.
Serious side effects of PCP include hallucinations, out-of-body experiences, depression, extreme anxiety, impaired motor coordination, psychosis.
Another very adverse side effect of PCP is raging paranoia.
PCP poisoning may result in serious complications such as renal failure requiring long-term hemodialysis, hepatic failure, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), CNS hemorrhage, and extensive traumatic injuries.
Overdoses of PCP may result in bizarre behavior and coma for many days after the ingestion because of the high lipid solubility of PCP and because it is stored in adipose tissues.
PCP side effects include patients becoming suicidal or homicidal.
PCP poisoning can cause neurovascular, cardiovascular, and traumatic complications, as well as renal failure and hypertension.
Depression and other psychiatric symptoms are additional harmful side effects of PCP.
This is our research on the alleged dangers of PCP / adverse effects of PCP and not medical advice!