Sprix - Why not sray sublinqually (especially after some SL nitro, which would dilate the vessels)?
- 29 Dec 2011 by rdanamd
30 Dec 2011
Don't know why it wasn't designed to be used sublingually. The manufacturers must have a very valid reason for it. In terms of using Sprix sublingually, it is not designed to be delivered subligually... absorption, etc. will be affected. All the best.
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