Liquid Arimidex

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Old 06-08-2005, 02:53 AM
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Because the Arimidex tablet is so small and difficult to divide, has anyone ever used or heard about a compounded liquid Arimidex. This would allow very flexible dosing, and one could even take much smaller amounts more frequently like every day instead of every 2-3 days.

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i have never found personally dividing arimidex tabs difficult,they did not crumble.

the liquid versions i have seen are from "research sites" that are effectively underground labs.
i know many AAAS users use these compounds as they cost a lot less however swale may not recommend their use as there is no guarantee to their dosage or if they are genuinely what you think you are using and they are likely not FDA approved.
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I was actually wondering if anyone got it done at a compounding pharmacy.
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Yes there is a guy that gets it compounded at a Pharmacy through his Dr. It is at the Hypogondaism2 group he gave the name and number to the Pharmacy. You could go there and do a search.
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Yes there is a guy that gets it compounded at a Pharmacy through his Dr. It is at the Hypogondaism2 group he gave the name and number to the Pharmacy. You could go there and do a search.
Phil
Thanks Phil. I found this site http://www.ibenutrition.com/LABS/aqs.htm . They are selling ANASTROZOLE 1MG/ML - 30ML VIAL $30.00

Why does it say:
"THIS PRODUCT IS NOT FOR HUMAN USE, THIS PRODUCT CAN BE HARMFUL IF INGESTED."

What do you guys think?
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They write that because they state it's for "research purposes only."

The way I research is by injesting it
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They write that because they state it's for "research purposes only."

The way I research is by injesting it
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It looks like they make it for Research Projects. Did you find this at Hpy2's group or from a search.
I will see if I can find the post.
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Here is the post I was talking about what a bitch trying to find it.
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From: "Philip Georgian" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue Aug 31, 2004 7:07 pm
Subject: Get Arimidex at .125 mgs per tablet. pmgamer18
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I got this from one of the men at Nick's site.
Phil
It was compounded at a local pharmacy....

It is a troche that you let dissolve in your Buccal Cavity (cheek
and
gum)

Chancey Drugs
205 E Main St.
Hahira, GA

229.794.2750
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