Reconstituted Novarel was left at room temp (68) for 48 hrs (after being refrigerated for a week) I just placed it back in the fridge. Would it be safe for me to continue my 3x/week injections with this vial tomorrow?
The storage conditions of Novarel are: Store dry product at controlled room temperature 15° - 30° C (59° - 86° F).
AFTER RECONSTITUTION WITH BACTERIOSTATIC WATER FOR INJECTION PRESERVED WITH BENZYL ALCOHOL 0.9%, REFRIGERATE THE PRODUCT AT 2° - 8° C (36° - 46° F) AND USE WITHIN 30 DAYS.
However please do check it with the pharmacist/doc before you reuse it, take care, be safe & well!
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