Ingestion Of Clon-gaba-ketamine-lido Compound

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moni Says:

Hello out there. I was just wondering if anyone out there has ingested a little of their topical pain compound to further help pain and if that is terribly horrible for you. I wear a fentanyl patch too 25mcgd and nothing ever seems to help. Any info on ingesting the topical compound would be great. Thanks! God bless you all

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Moni! How are you? I'm sorry that you're in pain.

But no, there is a reason this is a topical compound, it is not safe to ingest it in any amount. Yes, it can be terribly horrible for you and very dangerous.

If your current medication regimen isn't handling your pain, you need to discuss the issue with your doctor.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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moni Says:

Hi there! Thank you for your response. I was not quite sure about what to do. I had been starting to eat pea size amounts of the compound because it took more pain away. My doc says there is not much left for me besides fentanyl which I am currently on and thata depressing.

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Lisa750406 Says:

Talk to your doc because I've tried just about everything for pain, most recently fentanyl. Started at 75 mcgs but was moved to 100 the next month and now a year later I'm on 200 mcg so I can imagine25 doing nothing. I'm also scheduled for an evaluation for ketamine infusion treatments bc since my medical issues have gotten so bad a horrible depression has followed. My goal is to get the ketamine to help with the pain, add, depression and ridiculous fatigue so that lots of. Y other meds can be eliminated. Good luck! Keep us posted!

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Mary1016 Says:

Hi was wondering if you ever found help for your pain and depression? I'll share quickly with you that I suffer from many disabilities amongst them Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and PTSD since I was 9 which has made me have suicidal depression, OCD, and just a general mess. I had ketamine infusions done in NYC by Dr. Glen Brooks. For about 6 days after each infusion I turned into a different person. I found out what happiness was. There are capsules you can take so don't eat your cream but I understand that desperate feeling. I find myself in the situation where I need to have a booster infusion and can not afford to do so. I see my pain doctor Friday who said he will research ketamine nasal spray. Praying like crazy that he realizes he will be saving my life if he does so. I haven't tried the nasal spray but was told it can work as well as the infusions. Hoping this message finds you well and out of pain, Mary

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Kathy Says:

I have left side pelvic burning . I got so bad i was going to the er everyday, and the doctors, found nothing wrong. None the less my pain was real... So I went to a uro gyn, she said i had mussel spasms in the left floor of my lower pelvic area. The uro gyn suggested, i get a long needle with permanent deadening the nerves. But also told me they didn't know exactly where the nerve was. They may have to do the procedure several times, before the got to the right nerve. I knew it would be very painful.. And said, "no". Any suggestions?

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