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Club drug “special K” tied to urinary problems

Many people who use the club drug ketamine may risk abdominal pain, a leaky bladder and other urinary tract symptoms, a new study suggests.

In medicine, ketamine is used as an anesthetic. In clubs, where it’s better known as “special K,” ketamine is snorted, or sometimes injected; users say the drug creates feelings of… Club drug “special K” tied to urinary problems   



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