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gabyher wrote: Scott, since your last response and videos on how to self administer IV I watched a few videos... but still it is not easy. How do you practice inserting the needle, and injecting?
and this whole thing got me thinking.... What about suppositories?
It is known that suppositories are more effective that oral ingestion but less than IV for sure; so it's a good compromise I think. I remember when I was a kid, many antibiotics were via supps. When one had high fever supps was the answer not pills.
What do you think?
gabyher wrote: I tested the supp in the mouth; chewed on it, held it in the mouth for a several minutes (taste is salty and ClO2), but no irritation whatsoever. This gave me an idea; maybe can be used as a mouthwash or even a toothpaste...