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    Unhappy First time injecting mt2, I seem to suck in a lot of air..

    I just injected my first 150-200mg injection, the only problem that I have is that when I suck in the mixed mt2 (I mixed with with 4ml of bac water) I suck in a lot of air instead of pure mt2.
    The mt2 bottle is filled up with water, I insert the insulin needle (0.5cc syringe) straight away right when I remove the plastic coverage.
    I wanted to withdraw 0.1cc to make it 250mg for the first time but I couldn't do it since I could only draw 0.06cc, when I tried to withdraw more it was air and was pulled back in the bottle when I have let the plump go and stopped sucking in the mt2.
    eventually I pulled it as the 0.1cc mark, pushed the air outside till I saw a drop of a liquid..it reached 0.05-0.06cc again..then I injected it.

    I never injected any air into the bac water of the the mt bottle, idk what is happening.

    Please help.

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    Why did you mix it with 4ml of bac water? Most including myself mix it with 1ml.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antilla1986 View Post
    Why did you mix it with 4ml of bac water? Most including myself mix it with 1ml.
    I followed this guide: https://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article...melanotan.aspx

    To prepare for injection, it must be reconstituted with bacteriostatic water. You may use anything between 1ml and 5ml of water for your vial. Dependant upon the amount of water used will determine the concentration of your solution. For example, a 10mg vial of Melanotan II mixed with 1ml of water will provide a solution of 10mg per 1ml (10mg/ml). This means that a 1mg dose will require a shot of 0.1ml. Bearing in mind that the recommended starting dose is 0.25mg, using the example above, the actual volume of the shot would be 0.025ml ( of 1 tenth of a ml). This is a very small volume and very difficult to accurately dose even with a 0.5ml insulin syringe. Therefore, at least until your dosages have increased, it is suggested that you use more water for your vial.

    An example of a good solution would be to mix 10mg of Melanotan II powder with 4ml of bacteriostatic water. This now provides:

    10mg/4ml or 1mg/0.4ml or 0.25mg/0.1ml

    0.1ml can be accurately measured using a 0.5ml or 1ml syringe.

    Obviously, as your dosages become higher, you may dilute subsequent vials with lower amounts of water to reduce the volume of each shot. I would recommend that when you are using a dosage of 1mg, you reconstitute the vial with 1ml or 2ml of water so that each shot will be 0.1ml or 0.2ml respectively.


    Read more at: https://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article...melanotan.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveE View Post
    Thanks for the article
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    Have you tried injecting some air into the bottle and the withdrawing mt2? It should work.

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