Rising cases of ketamine users suffering bladder damage
A rising number of young people in West Yorkshire are suffering irreversible bladder problems as a result of using the drug ketamine, police have warned.
The drug damages the cells lining the bladder, which leads to a reduction in bladder capacity.
There has been a rise in the number of people needing treatment for Ketamine Bladder Syndrome, with a new case in Leeds every three to four months. Read more.