what is the dosage and frequency of ketamine suppositories for pudendal neuralgia?
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A Verified Doctor answered
Don't know: Although ketamine or special K has been used to treat chronic pain it also cause a dissociative reaction. Even members of the drug culture recognize it harmful effects. For those reasons I simply don't use it
Neurosurgery 35 years experience
Ketamine : Ketamine suppositories are manufactured in a 30 mg dosage. Alternatively, a compounded suppository with ketamine, lidocaine, and Neurontin (gabapentin) may be more effective for pudendal neuralgia. Compounding pharmacies can make these suppositories with multiple medications.
Last updated Jul 21, 2019
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