I think you did see my post somewhere, where I was openly thinking on this, asking the question- are bladder ket issues significantly linked to the common ROA, i.e. insufflation, based on my experience and acquired knowledge that the sinuses serve as a clearing route directly into the urinary tract.So I’ve gotta say I feel like I’m stuck... Since this thread I’ve essentially lowered and now basically quit the drug except for very odd occasions. Before I was using small doses 1-2 times a month for the AD effects.
I’m really starting to miss how life felt with the odd dose of K in my life.
My thoughts are, will different ROA’s give different bladder damage results? The dosages vary greatly between insufflated and IV, I’m curious if less damage would be dealt to my poor bladder if I were to IV a similar amount effects wise to insufflated.
I have no worries of this becoming a problem, I’ve IV’ed Ketamine a few times in the past, I just want to get the same 1-2 week long AD effects with minimal damage.
Or it could be mega acid ph altering of the gut and Urinary system.
I felt there had to be a chance IV may potentially significantly reduce this unfortunate side effect, but @TripSitterNZ does his homewok and knows his drugs well, saying IV can still cause bladder problems.
However I am definitely with him that moderate use of 1-2 times per month really should not be a threat in this regard I don't think.
I took ketamine fairly frequently for over 2 years without developing any apparent problems or side effects it was the people I knew who snorted 12g everyday one at a time who were developing these problems until I saw it on Jeremy Kyle many years later but it really seems to be much more more prone with with heavy prolonged daily dosage.
Could you use 3-meo-pcp? Or similar? Excuse my drug naivety if that is an absurd suggestion I'm sure you are aware of your alternative options.
Hope you are okay bro @G_Chem anyway.