I do not like the 10cc vial as it does not seem to be an antiseptic procedure to inject the vial 10 times for each 1cc dose.
The 100mg/ml only comes in 10ml vials, the 200mg/ml does come in a 1 ml vial as well as a 10ml. The 10ml vials are multidose vials. As long as one uses aseptic technique to access the vial, you wont contaminate the vial. You must wash and dry the hands, then wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol swab and let dry before accessing the vial with a sterile needle. If one follows this procedure prior to access, your 10ml vial should stay uncontaminated no matter how many times it is punctured.
Hi. I'm Rick, a retired (but still active) RN and one of my specialties is in Adult health & wellness (I have had a business where I write exercise & workouts, including nutrition & supplementation. First, I hope you are asking this because you need testosterone because of a deficiency. If not, taking it is illegal AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY DANGEROUS! A healthy guy's testicles secrete testosterone when your Pituitary gland measures a decrease. Then, when the blood levels rise, the Pituitary stops secreting the hormone that kicks your testicles into gear until the level starts to come back down- over & over. (This is just the primary stuff. Other things are involved). This is called a "FEEDBACK" system & most glands in your body operate this way. If you abuse steroids, you keep the levels up and so your Pituitary simply stops sending the "make some testosterone" hormone. THIS CAN BECOME PERMANENT. If it does, basically your man glands never turn back on or make less & less until you find yourself 40 & impotent. BIG BUMMER. If you already know all this & have a prescription for this drug, you should be asking your doctor, nurse or pharmacist. But; as an RN as well as a dad of 5, a grandfather of 18 & 1 great-grandchild; I will tell you that "Multi-dose" bottles have stoppers that can be cleaned with an alcohol prep and used many times- people with diabetes, for example use one bottle a few times a day for A MONTH without problems. Multi-dose vials are also frequently used in hospitals & clinics and have been for a long time. Also, the "unit-dose" (one dose per bottle that you are asking for) can cost as much for 1 dose as the bottle that's made for 10, 30, or more doses. That's expensive and insurance companies want to take the most prudent route (multi-dose). So... If you're juicing - QUIT before you fry your nads! If you have a need because of a medical problem (like I do after a severe disease did the damage to me, along with several other glands), follow the instructions for care, use as directed and you should have no fears. Hope this helps.
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