Infusion wasn't too bad. Pretty relaxing. No psychedelic effects really, just got sleepy. I feel quite nauseous afterwards tho.
My nerves feel great. Much calmer and the buzzing has stopped. I can still feel the numbess though. But the pain and buzzing are much better. Feels nice to feel normal for a few hours. Question is, will this have any long-term benefits. I guess I'll find out. In the back of my mind, I know that any effects on pain are only temporary. But as stated above, i do think that this may help that excitatory feedback loop that both seems to be causing this buzzing sensation, and may be doing damage itself. Who knows, well see.
I am rather familiar with ketamine, although I have not done it personally myself.
As for feeling nausea, hopefully they told you to not eat beforehand. Nausea is very common. If you have that during the infusion, they can give you Zofran to combat the nausea. However, around here, they just tell people to not eat beforehand. But please - don't take my advice, talk to the doctor doing the ketamine for you.
It's unfortunate so many people abused ketamine illegally. And its reputation is from such. Sadly, more people know it being used as the date-rape drug instead of the benefits of using ketamine legally for medical conditions.
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