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Re: Ketamine Iv
Mar 11, 2004
[QUOTE=jokehakk][B]AWAKE KETAMINE INFUSION[/B] I had a follow up RSD appointment yesterday with my doctor. He is now able to do IV Ketamine infusion under his care. This would be awake and in a 5 day hosptial stay. He is extremely worried with me, that I would have severe hallucinations while under this drug. He feels at this time my body threshold cannot tolerate alot of stress. My doctor said, I would have to have 1-1 nurse to me ratio if I decide go forward because his experince shows that I could possiby jump out the window. Has anyone had Iv ketamine in the U.S. and if so how did you react? I am running out of options to do. thanks[/QUOTE]

I did Ketamine once for recreational use. It was like nothing that I have ever experienced before. I laid there paralyzed for about thirty minutes not able to more. I remember when I came out of it, asking why I was staring into a flourescent lamp.

All of my senses reversed. I could smell colors, taste sounds, etc. I can't say that it was a bad thing. The best part was that I went back to my childhood and beyond. I swear that I went back to the womb. My mind went from words to sounds. I had flashbacks of memories that were long ago forgotten.

I don't think that I could have jumped out of a window had I tried. I couldn't move. It is my understanding that the normal use of this drug is a cat tranquilizer. If they are giving you enough for surgury, how are you going to be able to jump out of a window?

It was a one time thing for me. I loved it. In fact, I loved it so much that I made a deal with myself not to do it again. As some people become addicted to heroin, I could easily see myself addicted to this drug. Kids use this as a club drug, snorting it. I used it intreveiniously.

I would not be worried if I were you. But then, we all react differently to different drugs.

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