Estradiol Enanthate (400mg), MCT Oil (53.9%), Benzyl Benzoate (44.1%), Benzyl Alcohol (2.0%) — All percentages by weight
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If vial stopper becomes compromised, or changes occur in visual clarity or viscosity of oil solution, discard. If vial coring occurs, discard.
Redness or irritation post-injection may be a result of localised irritation, improper aseptic technique, contamination of the vial, Benzyl Alcohol or Benzyl Benzoate—a solvent used too facilitate the dissolving of the Estradiol ester contained within this vial. While not currently available, variations with lower/absent concentrations of Benzyl Benzoate will be available at a later date, compounded in a different Carrier Oil.
Benzyl Alcohol is a preservative used in our vials. It is a sensitisation agent, potentially capable of making you allergic to it. A small percentage of users might become sensitised to Benzyl Alcohol and experience irritation or swelling in the region. Please be mindful of this, a newly formed allergy will not disappear if you ignore it, though in many cases might not be particularly severe.
This is not solely typical to our injections. Benzyl Alcohol is a common preservative in many injections, and is highly advised if not outright necessary for contamination prevention of multi-dose vials. We cannot at present provide vials without Benzyl Alcohol, since those without are, by necessity, single-use and become contaminated if not drawn and used in a single sitting. NEVER subsequently draw from a vial lacking a preservative in two separate sittings.
For added safety from microbial contamination, you might consider using a sterile, individually sealed 0.22 micron filter needle to draw from our vials before switching to a different sterile needle. This is not necessary, but it recommended where possible. Using a single filter needle to both draw and inject, will result in you conveniently delivering any potentially isolated microbes or particles directly into your body. Use a filter needle for either drawing or injecting, never both.
Always follow proper disinfection technique and ensure proper storage and examination of vials prior to use.
Ensure no large air bubbles remain in your syringe during injection.
If you have congenital heart issues or a family history of breast cancer, consult a doctor.
Anecdotal observation suggests that severe connective tissue disorders are more common in trans individuals. If you are hypermobile with a history of joint pain, subluxation, dislocations, or unexplained weakness of cardiac valves, please consider the following:
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