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Post buttocks injection pain
I gave myself an Iron buttocks injection three months ago and there's still mild pain in the area when i press it with my hand, there's no discoloration in the area, no visible signs of anything wrong. it was the correct location for the buttocks injection too. (i had iron anemia at the time)
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Hello. First of all iron sucrose injections are not to be given intramuscularly or any part of Body. Iron sucrose injections are to be given,  say 200 mg + 100 ml of normal saline given intravenously over one hour in a few days depends upon the severity of the symptoms and degree of Anaemia. Kindly come to practo chat for your treatment part and counseling.
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Iron inj?u must have taken vitcofol ..rt? Better avoid self injecting and don't press the injected site on and off..
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