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Author Topic: Ketamine for Depression  (Read 2688 times)

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Offline elf

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Re: Ketamine for Depression
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2012, 12:03:52 PM »
 ??? I would prefer DMT.
Getting used to my breakfasts with a pill of Complera.

Offline Jeff G

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Re: Ketamine for Depression
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2012, 12:19:07 PM »
Ketamine and glow sticks for a happy day ... I can see how it could work .   
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Offline lostinthecorn

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Re: Ketamine for Depression
« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2012, 04:18:20 PM »
you guys are bringing back so many memories... lol  throw a little MDMA in there and we won't have a care in the world (except who's gonna hug us next and the awesome music of course)

1/2014 - CD4 446 | HIV VL 157 (i was sick that week too!)
11/2013 - changed from Atripla to Complera (not from CD4 drop, because Sustiva makes me crazy!)
10/2013 - CD4 214 VL UD
9/2013 - CD4 276 VL UD
7/2013 - CD4 367 VL UD
4/8/13 - CD4 288/23% | HIV VL UD! | HBV VL 86
1/15/13 - CD4 239/21% | HIV VL 43 | HBV VL 2800
11/15/12 - VL 1,100 :)
10/27/12 - Switch to Atripla
10/15/12 - Changed from Bactrim to Dapsone
9/25/12 - Diag HBV+, CD4 49 CD4% 13.8  VL 1.2Mil
(started Norvir, Prezista, Truvada + Bactrim + Fluconazole)
9/21/12 - Diag HIV+


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