I am trying to make mirtazapine solution. Plzz help

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Guy right now I am taking 0.4-0.5 mg( cutting the 7.5 mg tab into tiny piec) Every there data. The good thing is when I now take around 1 mg I also better. So I want to increase my dose to 0.9 mg daily. And I want to make the dose exactly 0.9mg daily.

Please correct me if I m wrong while magic liquid solution. Please refer to below steps

1 - crush 7.5 mg tablets.

2 - Fill the syringe with 80 ml, water.

3- open the syringe and mix 7.5 mg mirt

4 - now keep pouring 10 ml of liquid from syringe everyday

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    ** the good thing is that I sleep better on 1 mg.
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    Rish hi, just be aware that making a liquid is great, just bear in mind that the liquid will be losing its potency after 4 days (kept in fridge), otherwise.

    I would use equal amounts - 7.5 ML+ 7.5 MG for your storage jar.  Then draw up whatever dose you need, so using a 1 ml syringe, if you require 0.9 mg draw up 0.9 ml.  Keep in fridge.

    Once you get to 0.8 mg, if you want to save on the tablets, use a pill cutter to chop the 7.5 mg pill in half to 3.5 MG, and mix with 3.5 ML.  So use this for 4 days and you should have a little drop left to throw away.

    Hope this helps.  

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      Hi Rish

      Gosh it's been 4 days rule for a long time. I think it came from Surviving Antidepressents web site.

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      Ok thanks. Just wanted to be sure with this 4 days thing. I hope I ll get my sleep back again
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