Completely Losing 10 hours of memory when drunk - Is that nomal?

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hellohii2022
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Hey i am still confused by a situation that recently occurred, i had like 2 or 3 glasses of wine, maybe 2 sambucca shots and a few sips of a porn star martini, i remember quite a few things after this, but according to my calculations after around 1.5 hours i had absolutely no more memories of that evening and my final memory was dropping to the floor completely confused and feeling nauseous.

My next memory was around 10 hours later in a hospital bed. Is this normal?? To 100% completely forget everything that happened in a 10 hour time frame? from what i have been told and checking my phone history i can see i was driven (probably by uber) home (and wasn’t able to be taken out the car from what i’ve been told) and then to hospital.
Is this normal for the amount of alcohol i had? Or was I spiked with something?
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I haven't personally experienced this sort of loss of memory.
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Why is this is civil service, public sector and public services?...
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(Original post by coco:))
Why is this is civil service, public sector and public services?...
Lol idk it was the recommended category but i forget to change it before posting
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Ending up in hospital after five drinks isn't normal in itself, but it doesn't mean you were spiked, it might be that you had a reaction to something. What did the hospital say?
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Ending up in hospital after five drinks isn't normal in itself, but it doesn't mean you were spiked, it might be that you had a reaction to something. What did the hospital say?
i was so confused when I woke up, the female nurse was very rude and judgemental and was in a hurry to get me out asap despite me still vomiting over and over, she told me i need to leave and go home and sleep it off and i’m probably just hungover. She then threatened to get security to remove me if I didn’t get out. In the confused state I was in I thought oh how embarrassing and the thought of being spiked or anyone maybe having had the intron of taking advantage of me didn’t enter my mind at that moment at all, as I don’t go out clubbing etc much at all.
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(Original post by skylark2)
Ending up in hospital after five drinks isn't normal in itself, but it doesn't mean you were spiked, it might be that you had a reaction to something. What did the hospital say?
It was a work xmas party, i work in a office of nearly only men, like 20 of them. I had no pain down there (sorry if tmi) but my (thin) tights where ripped completely all over wheras when the night started they weren’t at all. And i must have fallen at numerous points probably (don’t remember any of it) as my tailbone was super sore the next week and a half
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