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Administration of chromium injection must be injected intramasculary. What does it suggest?

Hi, I am wondering about the administration of the injection . In the panflet under dosage and administration it says the following Chromion must always be injected intramasculary. The aqeous solution of gonadotropins has a limited shelf life. Consequently the solution of chorimon in the solvent should be prepared directly before injection. unused solution must be discarded. the Vial is 5000 IU and I am prescriped to take 500 IU Each day? help
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Hello Dear,

Welcome here on healthcaremagic dot com a site for solving your health problem online by qualified healthcare professional.

I am very much concerned with your problem and certainly will guide you how to get rid of these.

In my view

Go to medical shop and get Inj of lower dose value. Otherwise you have no option to use the dose needed and discard remaining.

I suggest you to

No other suggestion for you/

Good Luck.


Dr Bandil K K
Answered: Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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