A Quick Guide on Where to Buy Insulin Syringes

A Quick Guide on Where to Buy Insulin Syringes

Early this year, the President limited the cost of insulin for Medicare recipients. This lowered the price of insulin from more than $90 per vial to just $35 per vial.

Insulin syringes aren’t used solely for insulin. They can be used for a few different things. One use is to inject Human chorionic gonadotropin, often known as hCG.

Many men use hCG to increase their testosterone levels and increase their fertility. Others use it when dieting. Those prescribed hCG often find themselves wondering where to buy insulin syringes.

We can help. We sell a wide array of hCG supplies on our site. Please remember that we can’t give you hCG.

Needle Size

The first thing to know when buying syringes from our site is what needle size to use. We’ve all seen jokes on TV about needles, and the jokes usually involve needles being needlessly long. While some needles are longer than others, most tend to be small.

The largest types of insulin syringes are half-an-inch long. The size and shape of a hypodermic needle depend on what it’s injecting. Doctors use shorter needles to reach tissues just beneath the skin (subcutaneous).

The thickness of syringe needles is related to the type of the liquid in them. For hCG you won’t need a thick needle. Doctors recommend between a 31 gauge and a 28 gauge, both of which are quite thin.

Staying Clean

Knowing where to buy insulin syringes is only half the battle. You also need to know about sterile water and bacteriostatic water. Both are used in certain circumstances to dilute medicine, but they’re not the same.

Sterile water isn’t used in the hCG Diet, but bacteriostatic water is. Bacteriostatic water lasts for much longer than sterile water, often posing no risk of infection for about a month after you open it.

You shouldn’t go on the hCG diet if you’re pregnant.

Consult a Doctor

We aren’t doctors. As a company, all we can share is personal experiences or the potential experiences of customers. We’re not qualified to say if the hCG diet is right for you.

Talk to your doctor. The hCG Diet can work, but you shouldn’t do it if your doctor advises against it. Be sure to ask any questions you can think of and follow their advice and instructions.

Please note that your doctor needs to prescribe the hCG anyway, so you’ll have to consult them sooner or later unless you locate your own source for hCG.

Where to Buy Insulin Syringes for the hCG Diet

Going on a diet that utilizes human chorionic gonadotropin can do wonders for your weight, but it’s not for everyone.

If your doctor gives you the green light, the next step is to purchase supplies. Those wondering where to find insulin syringes should visit our site.

Going on the hCG diet means that you will need to know how to safely use needles. We at HCGSupplies can offer some advice on this aspect.

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