It is usual for your first dose to be given in your doctor's rooms so you can be observed for how well the medication works and if it causes any side effects. You will then be shown how to properly give the medication to yourself.
If you are still unsure how to use Caverject speak to your doctor.
You should not give yourself this medicine if you have not been shown.
Interesting answer about the first time in a doctor's office. I was given an Edex prescription several years ago (same thing as Caverjet), and I filled it the same day, read the directions, used it as intended that night, worked fine. I hit a small vein once. Not fun. Never did a doctor office thing. Remember to go from one side to the other each time.
With experimentation, I found the very best spot to inject, but there is a good range of placement. I have never had any pain or discomfort. Better living through chemistry.
- Caverject Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Caverject (detailed)
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