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Re: firnagon shot free training for Drs & nurses

Glad there was no pain this time. The manufacturer will send any Dr. training DVDs and even send an experienced nurse (to any Drs office including Kaiser) to demonstrate the injection on you. Mixing and not waiting to inject too long after completing 5 minutes of swishing (not shaking up-and-down) to mix are critical along as are the angle and depth (supposed to go under the skin with no blood when syringe pulled back a bit) 1-855 uro services 1-855-876-7378.
It is worth a testosterone test to be sure its working at under 20ng testosterone. You can also have DHT tested; not sure if Proscar is needed or not to bring DHT to undetectable levels.
All the best, Tom Hamilton, age 50 PSA 0.2 recurred 6 years after Da Vinci prostatectomy surgery (PSA .02 at year 3 doubling every 6 months). I am taking Bioresponse B-DIM to stabilize my PSA, it worked great for 1st 6 months but now rising again at month 8 (back to PSA 0.2).

Re: firnagon shot

The manufacturers nurse told me that the drug gets much thicker after injection (perhaps a solid?). More info at You can ask a nurse at 1-855 uro services 1-855-876-7378