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How to make a liquid from tablets or capsules

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Room temperature will allow the tablets to dissolve more quickly. Refrigerate after and shake before withdrawing your dose.

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Thanks guys!

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Need help in checking my math:. 

I would like to switch over to a liquid/water suspension of my dosage of Lamictal, which is now 17.50mg.   

 

I have both 25mgs tablets and 5mg tablets. 

 

I have a 10ML syringe and from reading the beginning part of this thread, this is my plan. 

Take the 10ML syringe and fill it twice with water and put it into a small container.   This would equal 20ML of water

Then fill the 10ML syringe 1/2 way with water, which would equal 5ML of water

Total amount of water-25ML

 

Next I would dissolve my 25mg tablet in the 25ML of water.

When it's dissolved:

First draw up10ML of liquid and take that

Then draw up 7.50ML of liquid and take that.

 

Does this seem correct?

 

 

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Perfect.

 

I personally make up 100ml at a time in a regular kitchen measuring jug. Add two 50mg tabs screw the top on a use for a few days, saves faffing every day. Same difference 😊

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Thank you for your confirmation.    With my foggy brain, it has taken me may readings to finally understand what to do. 

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