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How To Get Ketamine Prescribed
Hello Doc..Im interested in trying to get ketamine prescribed. I have multiple symptoms that it seems it would be helpful with. Do you know of any doc?
Operating room use: This is an older medication used in the operating room, probably use very little in 2016. This would not be a medication for home use. ...Read more
Can i take metoclopramide to combat ketamine nausea?Have ketalar prescribed but get nauseous,is it dangerous to mix the two?Both are NMDA agonists. TY
No interactions: A search of the literature reveals no reports of interactions between those two medications. However, both can cause sedation in some people, so common sense would dictate to be careful using them at the same time. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a script for 90 ketamine 20mg caps but can't seem to get them locally - any idea where I can get them, legally - in Atlanta or on-line?
Good luck: The problem is that ketamine is a controlled substance. Many pharmacies (on a whim) choose not to fill patient's prescriptions if they are controlled substances. They are under enormous scrutiny from the DEA & have quotas in some states on how many of their total scripts can be controlled. All of this is legal & the DEA won't help. Try other areas or ask your doctor to call the pharmacy directly. ...Read more
First of all how are you getting ketamine and why? It is a dissociative anesthetic and very dangerous in the wrong hands. Horrible dreams are a know side effect. Stop taking it!
ambien on the other hand is a completely different drug class and not an anesthetic. Terrors are not normally a side effect of this drug class. ...Read more
One of our players was prescribed topical ketamine 10% in a compounded cream. Is possibility of positive drug screen? If so , for how long?
Ketamine: K has many side effects. It is not addictive but can produce severe withdrawal symptoms when people try to quit. It spasm the bladder and the ureters (tubes coming from the kidneys to the bladder), usually manifestations being confused by doctors to a urinary track infections. It can produce in time bladder ulcers, scaring and permanent damage. ...Read more
I've read about ketamine and it's benefits to those with bipolar disorder. I am wondering if it can be prescribed for bipolar disorder by a doc?
As an: Anesthesiologist and experience in primary care medicine too i will recommend the use of ketamine as a last resort. A group of researchers at the national institute of mental health have studies proving efficacy, generating rapid antidepressant and antisuicidal effects. I don't think psychiatrist are using it yet for treatment. Talk to your physician for further discussion. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi, i'm 36 years old , i'm prescribed aderall XR 120, wellbutrin (bupropion) 225 mg and ketamine. I take creatine, would creatine and ketamine be tough on kidneys?
Yes.: Creatine can cause muscle damage and can overload your kidneys causing acute renal failure. I also think your Adderall is excessive along with your wellbutrin, (bupropion) both used for adhd and this medications taking at these doses for long periods of time could also damage your liver.Please go back to your pcp and get checked. Be careful. ...Read more
I have psychotic depression and no medication is helping me. I need ketamine but doctors are not prescribing in Australia. Can I visit USA to get it?
Not Rx of Choice: Ketamine is not the treatment of choice for psychotic depression. . There may be some experimental studies using Ketamine but you should be treated by the usual medications as well as considering combining with psychotherapy Sometimes hospitalization is needed for more intensive treatment ...Read more
Left hand swollen after my triple bypass. Can't seem to get any answer from the doctors here. Treatment given: morphine, steroids & ketamine. Pls help?
How long?: How long after bypass? Did you have an IV infiltrate (the most common cause?) if so, give it time and it will resolve on its own. Be sure it's not infected. ...Read more
Dissociative agent: Ketamine works on numerous receptors in your body inducing a trancelike state characterized by analgesia, amnesia, and sedation. Depending on the dose and if other drugs are taken in combination, ketamine itself should preserve spontenous respirations and protective airway reflexes. ...Read more
Help with pain:
Ketamine infusion can be used in the operating room during surgery to decrease the need for narcotics after surgery. It can also be used for complex regional pain syndrome.
Ketamine should only be prescribed by physicians who can deal with possible airway complications. Ketamine can cause hallucinations. Ketamine can be used to induce general anesthesia. ...Read more
Ketamine: is utilize as a dissociative anesthetic depending on the procedure that they are going to perform only an anesthesiologist should administer this medication. The place where you are having the procedure done should have resus=citation equipment. Ketamine as a recreational drug is a very dangerous drug it can cause seizures and you can chock with your saliva, don't do it. ...Read more
Excellent anesthetic: Ketamine is a special type of anesthetic called dissociative. When administered you remain " awake" but have remarkable analgesia. It is good in special situations where general may be to dangerous like a leg trauma with blood loss, severe as, often seen in battle field since the analgesia is so great. It is possible to od and causes nightmares so recovery should be done in a quite calm area. ...Read more
Not good!: Ketamine is a very potent analgesic/anesthetic agent. Intranasal use is not recommended. In low doses, ketamine causes sedation, decreased sensation to pain and increased salivation. In higher doses, it can cause hallucinations and increased blood pressure and heart rate. Ketamine is NOT used outside of a medical setting...Do NOT use at home! ...Read more
Dissociated: The effect of ketamine depends on the dose. It is used for general anesthesia and at these doses you would not feel anything and would be unconscious. Ketamine is also used to treat pain and at these lower doses, ketamine creates a state in which the person is dissociated from the body and external reality, it is often given with sedatives with amnesia properties to prevent possible hallucinations ...Read more
No: Acepromazine and ketamine can both be used as animal anesthetics, but they are not the same drug. Ketamine is a nonbarbiturate anesthetic, and acepromazine is a phenothiazine related to thorazine (chlorpromazine) ( the first human antipsychotic agent discovered). Sometimes veterinarians may use the 2 of these drugs together. ...Read more
Unconsciousness and: death, as worse case scenario - as with any drugs designed to induce general anesthesia state, if attempted as recreational drug or administered by people not qualified to use it. One of the mechanisms - spasm of vocal cords (laryngospasm) that leads to lack of oxygen. It can raise the intracranial pressure, cause hallucinations. It is a safe drug though when used by experts for the right reasons ...Read more
Sedation: They both have sedation as a side effect. Taking both at once increases the sedation. ...Read more
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