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It has only been apparent in recent years that the recreational use of ketamine can lead to problems with the urinary tract. Reports first emerged in 2007 from Canada and Hong Kong that the use of ketamine can lead to symptoms such as needing to pass urine frequently, passing blood, burning when passing urine, incontinence and bladder pain.
Up to a quarter of users may experience such problems and it appears that this is related to both the quantity used and the duration that it is taken for. Read more
Ketamine isn’t just for animals — it has been given to humans for over 40 years.It has a very good safety record when used as an anesthetic and pain killer in clinical settings, however over the last 20 years ketamine has left the operating theatres and vetinary surgeries to become an international party drug. It has spread through diverse cultures and populations from London and Read more