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There is currently no comprehensive data on how frequently DFSA occurs with the use of surreptitious drug administration.The lack of data is due to the low report rate of assaults, and because rape victims who do report are often either never tested for these drugs, are tested for the wrong ones, or the tests are administered after the drug has been metabolized and left their body.They may blame drugs or alcohol instead of accepting responsibility for their behavior or actions.It can be all too easy to just accept what they say and move on without addressing the real underlying issue of abuse.In 65% of the 1014 cases included in this study, testing could not be conducted within a time frame that would allow detection of GHB.A 2009 Australian study found that of 97 instances of patients admitted to hospital believing their drinks might have been spiked, illicit drugs were detected in 28% of samples, and nine cases were identified as "plausible drink spiking cases".It can include touching that is not okay; putting something into the vagina; sexual intercourse; rape; and attempted rape. They can be slipped into your drink when you are not looking.The drugs often have no color, smell, or taste, so you can't tell if you are being drugged.

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The most common types of DFSA are those in which a victim consumes a recreational drug such as alcohol administered surreptitiously.Some of the substances tested for, such as GHB, are not detectable after 8–12 hours.A three-year study in the UK detected sedatives or disinhibiting drugs that victims said they had not voluntarily taken in the urine of two percent of suspected DFSA victims.Rohypnol (flunitrazepam) -- more casually known as the "date rape" drug -- has become well-known.Though the drug has medicinal purposes, its powerful effects have scarily been used to incapacitate women during sexual assault -- namely, rape.But most experts prefer the term "drug-facilitated sexual assault." These drugs also are used to help people commit other crimes, like robbery and physical assault. The term "date rape" also can be misleading because the person who commits the crime might not be dating the victim. Uncertainties about the sources, chemicals, and possible contaminants used to manufacture many club drugs make it extremely difficult to determine toxicity and associated medical consequences.