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    MT2 outside the fridge

    Hello everyone,

    last saturday evening i did my MT2 dose as usal. Then i forgot to bring it back to the fridge and let it in my room for almost 24h (near the heating.

    So i just put it back in the fridge on sunday. And on wednsday i took another mt2 dose from the same peptide.
    Next morning i didn't felt too good and some hours later i got really cold and noticed, i had feaver.

    Anyway 2 days later i was fine again.

    So what do you guys think? Could it be about the MT2? Should i take a new bottle? (its almost full and only got 1 left)

    Thx and sorry for my english, greetings
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    Re: MT2 outside the fridge

    Are you using bac water or sodium chloride?
    Do you use alcohol wipes correctly?
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    Re: MT2 outside the fridge

    Are you using bac water or sodium chloride?
    Do you use alcohol wipes correctly?
    Using bac water.
    Pretty sure i do it correctly, since im using mt2 for almost 3 years now.

    But i just checked out my bac water exp. date, its november 2014
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    Re: MT2 outside the fridge

    Chances are the antimicrobial agent has expired.
    The first dose was OK because it was sterile, the bacteria could have multiplied given a warm environment and you experienced a mild bacteria infection/poisoning.

    I would personally chuck it, but some new water and start again.
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    Re: MT2 outside the fridge

    Chances are the antimicrobial agent has expired.
    The first dose was OK because it was sterile, the bacteria could have multiplied given a warm environment and you experienced a mild bacteria infection/poisoning.

    I would personally chuck it, but some new water and start again.
    Ye i won't use it anymore.
    Hope i don't get any more bad..
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    Re: MT2 outside the fridge

    You should be over the worst of it if you're feeling better now.

    Hope your next try goes a bit better!

    Tom