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    Default 250 mcg = 2.5 units in an insulin syringe?

    is my math correct? doesnt one unit equal 100? Im tryign to calculate this for my ghrp-6 that will be here tommorrow

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    It depends on how much bac you used to reconstitute it.
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    It also depends on the size of the insulin syringe

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