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Re: Ugh -- ketamine vacuoles, Olney's Lesions » AMD

Posted by chemist on May 8, 2005, at 12:54:10

In reply to Ugh -- ketamine vacuoles, Olney's Lesions » Larry Hoover, posted by AMD on May 7, 2005, at 21:17:31

hello again...this is beginning to remind me of a section of joseph heller's finest, where Ewing's tumor makes a cameo...larry not only is more intelligent and experienced than i, he is a toxicologist and thus much more savvy with things of this sort...i will reiterate my previous statement in reference to one way to avoid things related to intake of booze and party favors that are not regulated by our government (no snickering, please): do not ingest (nor inhale). while this is easier said than done for alcohol and cigarettes, the added dimension of the current state of criminalization of cocaine, marijuana, and ketamine (as used by humans, at least) should help in deterring their use...yours, c

> Would one bump of K be enough to trigger "Olney's Lesions" or the vaculoes seen in rats?
> Also, I forgot in my last post to state that I'm taking Lamictal, Celexa, and had Seroquel about 8-10 hours after first going to bed in order to get more sleep. Did these drugs exasperate or block the K's effects?
> Just what I need. Now I'm going to be walking around imaging little holes in my cells, and think I have brain damage. Ugh!
> amd




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