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    Powder sitting at the bottom of Raloxifene liquid

    Was going to post in my original thread but figured this would help someone in the future.

    Recently placed an order with MA Research which went great. The raloxifene has a solid powder sitting at the bottom of the liquid and no matter how much I shake it doesn't seem to break up at all. Should i be worried about the dosing or what should i do next

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoDollarTacos View Post
    Was going to post in my original thread but figured this would help someone in the future.

    Recently placed an order with MA Research which went great. The raloxifene has a solid powder sitting at the bottom of the liquid and no matter how much I shake it doesn't seem to break up at all. Should i be worried about the dosing or what should i do next
    Shake it like Michael J Fox every time you use it and pull the dose quickly after.

    It'll be fine

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    Lmfao thanks dude, will do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Shake it like Michael J Fox every time you use it and pull the dose quickly after.

    It'll be fine
    Lmaooo this sht made me giggle

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoDollarTacos View Post
    Lmfao thanks dude, will do

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    Lmaooo this sht made me giggle
    If the clump is STUCK STUCK and wont move with shaking use a needle and break it up so it will suspend in the liquid..ive had stuff sit so long it got REALLY stuck and had to break it up with a needle...one time prior to shaking and should good to go after that and shouldnt have do it again...dunno if thats what you meant though.

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    I've had this happen with several bottles of liquid ralox. Let it sit in warm/hot water for several minutes then give it a good shake. Might have to repeat a few times. I have to do this every time I use it.

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