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More dosage options

My son needs 2,5ml but I only can add 2ml or 3ml.

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  • susan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I am doing IVF. Patients need to know how much ui are left in there injections not how many ml or pill. It would be nice to be about to enter the ui. Example follistim injection is a 1 injection of 300iu, i will be taking 75iu from that 1 injection daily until i need to up my dose. the dr would need to know how much ui i have left to order me more. Thus, being about to enter larger numbers in the Unit, ml and etc would be nice. i had to manipulate the app to fit my needs because there is a lack of inflexibility

  • E commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The US med database lists testosterone, but will only accept full ml doses. Please allow less than 1 ml doses to be logged. For example .4 ml

  • anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    adding decimals for ml and grams but to also go below 1ml or 1 gram eg.1.30 ml or .25ml and grams .38 grams etc....

  • Paulo Trindade commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Na opção das tomas dos medicamentos, deveria de ser criada a opção SOS para as tomas que não tem dias nem horário.
    Nas unidades dos medicamentos, as quantidades poderiam ser doseadas pelos utilizadores pois da forma atual definir miligramas (ex. 500mg) fica mais demorado e complicado.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'm using this for my child and they require doses of 2.5 not 2 or 3ml, but I cannot input decimals.

  • Matt commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    some medications are not administered in full ml quantities

  • Eggy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Some medications are far too concentrated to use more than 0.5 mL, yet 1mL is the smallest option.

    I inject 0.3mL of a 200mg/mL concentration medicine weekly. I used to do 0.4 but was too much, but with this medicine... If too much is used for your body (Mine is at higher end standard amount), the body basically makes the medicine useless to your intentions.

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