Yes, stuff is cheap as Sam’s pharmacy.
10ml 200mg/ml text cyp “Watsons” $42, same product at Walgreens is close to $100.
100 #29 .5" .5ml insulin syringes $12
100 #23 1.5" 3ml syringes $18
10,000 iu HCG multidose vial kit $16.25
Prep swabs are cheap too.
I checked out Costco for the test cyp, expensive!
At Sam’s, you need a Business Membership to get this discount. The non-business membership will not get these prices!! These are for “no insurance”. For insurance, I think they would charge the full costs. At Walgreen’s, myself and others have been charged $1.00 or more for each #23 1.5" 3ml syringe!
If you can’t get a business membership yourself, you can tag onto someone else’s business membership as a sub card. So ask around with your friends to see who has a business membership. Some companies make these available to their employees.
When I get my “gear” at Sam’s I have this huge grin on my face.
I use the slin pins for test and HCG, now using the #23’s for reconstitution of the HCG and poking larger pilot holes in the rubber of the test cyp to reduce dulling of the #29 pins… which also works well for me.
So I go nuts for a good bargain on this stuff! As the arimidex made everything work so well… I also have to rave about that… see TRT+AI thread on the “over 35 lifter” BB.
I also do something unorthodox with the slin pins. I, like many diabetics, get more than one injection from a syringe load. For the HCG, instead of adding 10ml of water, I add 5. Then .5ml in the syringe has 4x250iu doses. And for the test cyp, for 100mg/wk, I take 28mg/.14ml EOD. I load .56 into the .5ml syringe for 4 injections. After injecting, if not empty, I clean the end of the syringe and the needle with a prep swab and recap. The HCG syringe goes back to the fridge. It is important to not let the end of the needle touch the plastic cap as that would probably dull it and make subsequent injections uncomfortable. This practice is not for anyone who is immune compromised or taking drugs that depress the immune systems such as for RA or other auto-immune system conditions. I have not had any problems with this. Results will depend on technique. Of course, this is at your own risk. A doctor might see the practice as relatively harmless, but if you ask, your doc should be covering his ass and be telling you not too.
(Again, injecting test cyp with .5" needle requires thin skin/fat on the upper legs.)[/quote]
So much Dam Info!. Im gonna have to Pm you alot in the future when I finally get all my stuff.
Will I have issues getting insulin needles without a script for insulin needles? Meaning Im probably not going to mention the EOD thing to my doc…Or will I have to in order to get my needles? Im assuming he is going to give me a script for the bigger, once a week needles.