Posted by Twinleaf on February 19, 2012, at 18:59:08
In reply to Re: could a regular doctor give me a ketamine., posted by emmanuel98 on February 19, 2012, at 18:28:03
Actually, it isn't scheduled at all, and can be given by any physician, although this is rarely done. My pdoc, as I mentioned in a previous post here, has had 100-200 mg doses formulated by a compounding pharmacy for one bipolar patient of his who has been extremely treatment-resistant. It is the first medication which has really helped him. In answer to my question, he said that low, oral doses pose a low risk of addiction or escalating use.