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    Quote Originally Posted by Muscle mechanic View Post
    A vacation off the grid brother.
    May have been the loony bin!!! Never know or may have had feeding tube in me in bed from wreck or coma.
    Lol!!!
    We say too much on open board we just as well put our social security number

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    Quote Originally Posted by Presser View Post
    I could be wrong, but believe it should say 10mcg per tick even on a 50 i.u. syringe so long as that 50 i.u. syringe is half an ml or .5ml . However I.U. is not a weight measurement nor a volume measurement, I believe its a biological effects measurement the drugs activity is what i.u. measure which can vary , so this was standardized across boarders, I think lmao

    Unless they do make a 50 I.U. syringe that holds a volume of 1 full ml, which I have no idea, but im guessing they’re most always .5ml which means, yes you do NOT change anything at all when measuring it out as you would on a 100 i.u. . You multiple each mark by 10 to get your mcg dosage whenever somehting is 1mg/ml

    The photo should be edited unless someone can show me a 50 I.U. syringe that holds 1 full ml.

    iu means international unit. the 1,000 iu is the amount in the vial. the vial also has been reconstituted with one ml of liquid. thus we are converting our measure of iu's into ml. thus to measure the 10 iu's we are measuring 0.01 ml of liquid, or one mark on our syringe.

    if you reconstituted with more liquid, the conversion would change. i'm not going to do that here, because it may confuse those already confused. i understood muscle mechanic's rant, as i understand ocd all too well. we just didn't have a name for it back in my day, lol, nor one for adhd.
     

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    I am going to get my syringes for MC's IGF. I am looking at either .3cc or .5cc insulin syringes. Thinking it would be easier to see how much to draw.
    Question is what tick mark would I use?
    I have read this sticky and am confused.
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    Tiny tiny amounts is all you draw up daddio
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