Ketamine Far Too Powerful

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kim Says:
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Ketamine has it's place in veteran medicine and certain indications that are very specific

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kim! How are you?

Yes, Ketamine is a very powerful drug, which is why it isn't used very often, anymore. Outside of veterinary medicine, it's used to treat some people with severe mental health disorders that have been resistant to other treatments and therapies and has some anesthetic applications.

It's main side effects are due to its sedative like effects and may include dizziness, drowsiness, sedation and loss of consciousness.

Is there anything I can help with?

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kim Says:
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Salutations, to Vernvon and happy holidays. Kim

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Verwon Says:

And Happy holidays to you! I hope you have a great season!

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cityguyusa Says:

Ketamine is the difference between me laying around or being able to enjoy life but unfortunately it's got a bad name and therefore the FDA doesn't follow the law regarding it's classification and how it's to be handled and dispensed making any doctor without a spine impotent from dispensing it for what they say are reasons of supposed addictive qualities.

I've heard about enough regarding addictive behaviors and medications especially when it's something that your most likely going to take for life. First off I think that addiction is a sign of someone that can't be responsible for their own choices. It's always easier to blame whatever on someone/thing else. And here's where the lawyers enter and make a mess of everything they touch. They created all these supposed addictions to get people of often high net value of the crimes they've committed and so we must continue down this road assuaging anyone of any self control or they would have to re-evaluate those wealthy people that were dismissed from having any responsibility.

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C R Says:

I need assistance with Ketamine for my bipolar depression. Can you help me find a doctor who will prescribe it? I am in LA tonight and tomorrow and the depression is huge and the relief of a temporary cure would be enormous. thank you. {edited for privacy}.

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davecn Says:

Yes , MOST anaesthetics are...but at the concentrations @ .5mg/kg.. and the isomer sKetamine.. not so bad , eh... I lives can be saved, who is to say I cant have it..
No where near the dose say in a club,,, I have had near 200 ect... hypocrites would rather me burn out my memory than give me a well documented drug that has been around for decades... ,, oh right pc wouldn't want the MI to take a drug with addictive profile,, that is stigma,,, grrr.. do your own research with unbiased approach

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