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Tentative remission on ketamine

Posted by beckett2 on December 29, 2022, at 20:53:47

About seven months in, ketamine is working well. Decades of depression and untreated BP variations left behavioral scaring and maladaptive behavior, and I'll never be good as new. But I don't expect that.

This is the only thing that has worked. I'm in my first maintenance phase, taking 200 mg every 7-10 days. Someday, maybe, once a month would be nice. The sessions are a bit of a chore.

PS, people report good results for alcoholism, and I can see why. My sweet tooth is a life-long issue, and last month I realized I don't want chocolate. In fact, I had some that sat around for a month that I threw away. Maybe this is related? Idk.

like a bird on a wire




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