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    Subcutaneous Cyp

    Whats up guys it's been a minute. So today I got an actual script for TRT 100mg/ml Cyp, and went I went to pick it up the pharmacist gave me insulin needles, I was like no I need 25 guage 1.5 inch at least. He said no this say subcutaneous, I actually had him call the endocrinologist to confirm and sure enough she said she wants me to do 50mg twice a week subcutaneous. Apparently this is what they reccomend now, I havent cycled in 3 years I'm kind of hesitant to go this route I'd rather spot inject properly. Have any if you tried Cyp SubC?

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    You can use the insulin needles, I have, it just takes longer to fill.
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    Subcutaneous test administration is associated with less aromatization, among other positive benefits over IM injections.

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    I was just laughing about that 30 min ago. It took like 5 min the draw this morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEO-OEN View Post
    I was just laughing about that 30 min ago. It took like 5 min the draw this morning
    Draw with a lower gauge then switch tips to a higher gauge for injection.
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    Yeah that what I was thinking, all they had at the pharmacy when I got my script was a couple 25 gauges and a couple bags of insulin needles. I'm actually impressed with the easiness of the subc method.

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