Got it. That makes more sense then. You’d likely not require an AI at all at 50 mg/twice per week and the less drugs the better. If you do feel better with an AI, you’ll likely need to go the microdosing route with the vodka. The good news is just shaking it slightly before you suck up the solution in the dropper solves the settling problem.
I bought these:
It’s pretty straight forward. I put 5 mg arimidex into one vial. Fill with 5 ml’s of vodka and let fully dissolve.
Then get something you can measure 1 ml of the solution. Childrens medicine measuring syringes and dispensers always have these, typically up to 5 or 10 mg delineations.
Begin dropping single drops into the container with 1 ml marked and count the drops. When you hit the 1 ml marker you can run some math.
Let’s say it took 16 drops to hit 1 ml, you know that there’s 16 drops/ml or another way of looking at it, 16 drops per mg, so one drop is 1/16th of a mg. If you wanted to dose 1/4 mg, you’d then need 4 drops since 4/16 is 1/4 etc.
Important: count the drops of the solution containing the arimidex. The count will be slightly different if you drop pure vodka vs vodka with arimidex dissolved in it.
Hope this helps. I’d still suggest leaving your protocol as is for one week, to allow your e2 to recover, drop your dose down to 100 mg/week, discontinue use of your AI for 4 weeks and then get your blood drawn again.