Joseph wrote:My prescription is for x4 250 ampules. Like as if 1000 ampules don't exist... Anyone else find this? And do you put the whole thing into one syringe or do separate injections?
As far as I know Nebido only exists as 1000mg ampules so it may just be that the prescription has been written out in a strange way. My partner does my injections but when I switched from Sustanon to Nebido, she was shown how to do the initial shot by a nurse. We do the whole thing in one shot in one butt cheek rather than half at one side and half at the other but I have heard that some guys do split the shots between both sides.
Joseph wrote:I usually start to feel faint when having sustanon. I think it's just the idea of what is happening get the better of me. The fact that this injection can take up to 2 minutes to administer is a bit scary. I'm a little needle phobic, mostly overcome it now though. Do you guys lie down for it?
I stand up for my shots but do lean against a settee. It's up to you really and if there is any risk that you may faint it may be safer to lie down.
Joseph wrote:How's the butt ache? I've noticed one of my jabs will fall the day before a 7 hour flight. That could be fun... Not.
I've found the butt ache varies but haven't found it to be any worse than when I was on Sustanon. If you are worried you could take it after your flight. If it was due the day before your flight there won't be any harm in taking it a couple of days late.
Joseph wrote:In related news I just got blood results. My T was 41. Apparently this is high...? Where can I find info about what constitutes as normal for all the blood results, like cholesterol and stuff?
If your result was given as nmol/l, 41 is high. Normal range T level should vary between 8.8 - 36.7 nmol/l. Mine went over 50 once and my endo was very worried about it and that reading was taken when my next shot was due so it was when it should have been at its lowest. It has never been that high before or since.
If you want to know what constitutes as normal for all blood results, ask for a printed copy of your results. I have kept copies of all my blood test results since starting on T and on the printout it shows what each of you results is and then in brackets after each result it tells you what the normal range for that test should be.
Hope this helps