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    double check my math

    If I added 2.ml bac water to 10 mg peptide. That makes every tic on a 1 ml insulin syringe 100 mcg correct?

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    guess so.
    sorry i often get confused with this calculations

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    That would mean 5mg per ml, meaning that 1ml insulin syringe full is 5mg. Each tick is .1mg or 100mcg if it goes in increments of 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Player1 View Post
    That would mean 5mg per ml, meaning that 1ml insulin syringe full is 5mg. Each tick is .1mg or 100mcg if it goes in increments of 2.
    Yes thanks I just like to be carefull. Don't wanna have a brain part and take way too much of somthing

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    No problem man, glad to help.

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