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    1cc = how many mg

    Is a 10cc bottle 1000mg?

    thanx

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    depends on concentration of your gear

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    im getting eq and test e

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    could be anything bro nobody is going to have an aswer to this

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    pharmacy told me 1ml = 1cc

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    bro it will for example say 10ml/cc that's 10 ml per cc
    it may say 250ml/cc meaning 250 mg per cc

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale
    pharmacy told me 1ml = 1cc
    depends on dosage per ml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thegr8One
    depends on dosage per ml
    bro, you are confusing mg and ml. 1 ml is equal to 1 cc. However there could be 500, 100, 200, 250, 400, etc etc mg per ml/cc depending on the concentration of the compound.

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    Mg is a weight.

    cc is a volume.

    The weight any given volume depends on the density (concentration) of the material in that volume.

    One cc of lead is heavier than a cc of aluminium.

    One cc of salt water has more salt at 5g/cc than 3g/cc

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    Quote Originally Posted by znak
    Mg is a weight.

    cc is a volume.

    The weight any given volume depends on the density (concentration) of the material in that volume.

    One cc of lead is heavier than a cc of aluminium.

    One cc of salt water has more salt at 5g/cc than 3g/cc
    exactly,
    anybody else notice that threads like this are getting asked more and more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by znak
    Mg is a weight.

    cc is a volume.

    The weight any given volume depends on the density (concentration) of the material in that volume.
    Excellent and agreed! Read the label after reading this.

    1cc or 1ml could be vary between compounds

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    I think that you need to do way more research before starting a cycle.

    JMO and good luck

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    OK another example:

    Im looking at two bottles that I have here at home.

    1st bottles contains Nandrolone Decoanate (Deca Durabolin )
    20 ML bottle with a concentration of 200MG PER ML (or CC in a syringe)
    20ML 200mg/ml

    2nd bottle contains Test Prolongatum (Testosterone Cypionate )
    20 ML bottle with a concentration of 250MG per ML (or CC in a syringe)
    20ML 250mg/ml

    Both bottles are the same size and contain the same amount of fluid, but the first contains less of its compound than the second... in this case that would be 200 MG per ML VS. 250 MG per ML.

    Get it?

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