Our expert says:
SR makes an interesting suggestion --- if you had such confidantes you might also find that some others had had similar experiences. Sometimes a blood test could detect such drugs, but usually only if the sample were drawn within a day or so of the ingestion of the drink. Don't blame yourself if someone else did this to you --- it wasn't your fault. It reminds us that even in situations you'd expect to be safe, you may need to be cautious about what you drink, and to avoid the rather traditional posture of a woman having a man fetch her a drink --- you're safer if you can pour it yourself or at least watch the preparation.
If, as it seems you were drugged and misused when incapable of resisting or protecting yourself, do not blame yourself, but see a counsellor, as this was a form of rape and you deserve support and help to get over it
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