Is there anything a ketamine user can do to try and keep the bladder as healthy as possible besides obviously limiting and spacing out usage?


There are only a few cases of ketamine bladder in non-intensive users of ketamine. Most of them are dependent people using several grams a day. So, limiting and spacing out usage seems to be a very useful strategy. There are other measures, although their efficacy is theoretical and not based in evidences. Drinking enough water while on K and a day after could help to keep bladder cleaner. It is possible that a simple urine test could detect early symptoms (microscopic blood and other alterations). Probably, very frequent users should take a simple urine test to rule out problems, and go to the doctor if urinary symptoms are present..

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