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Luer-Lok 3 mL Luer-Lok Syringe 23g x 1" PrecisionGlide Intramuscular Needle

  • Syringe with 1 inch needle
  • Regular bevel
  • Sterile
  • Safe
  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight
  • Economical
  • Latex Free
  • Discreet Shipping

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Luer-Lok 3 mL Luer-Lok Syringe 23g x 1" PrecisionGlide Intramuscular Needle

Syringe Luer-Lok - 3cc 23g x 1"


AllegroMedical.com presents The 3 mL BD Luer-Lok™ syringe with 23 G x 1" BD PrecisionGlide™ intramuscular needle. This need has a regular bevel and thin wall. (Individual items packaged together). No natural rubber latex and has detachable needle.

Syringe Luer-lok - 3cc 23g x 1" Product Information.

  • Gauge: 23g
  • Needle length: 1 inch
  • Volume: 3 ml
  • Bevel: Regular
  • Hub color: Turquoise
  • Wall type: Thin
  • Latex Free
  • Sterile

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1-5 of 150 reviews
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great product

Pros:
Safe. Easy to Use. Economical.
Best Uses:
Testosterone.
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Athletic.

Great product for home injection of testosterone, comes with needle already attached and individually wrapped. Fast shipping easy to buy super happy with purce

by Johny from Hi
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Very good product and great service.

Pros:
Portable. Easy to Use. Economical. Lightweight. Durable. Easy Storage. Safe. Sturdy.
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At home.
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average health. Drs care.

Very good service, I would order again.

by Dave from Iowa
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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COMFORTABLE and EASY TO READ

Pros:
Easy to Use.
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At home. Chronic care. On the go.
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Healthy. Administer of Medicine. B-12 Patient.

I like the thinner needle with the longer length and the Leur-Lock tip. Sometimes it's hard to get all three in one reasonably-priced syringe. The markings on the syringe are easy for me to see even without my glasses.

by Healthy Nut Lady from Broken Arrow, OK
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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awesome price

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Safe. Lightweight. Sturdy. Easy to Use. very low price. very low price. very low price. very low price.
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individually wrapped. At home. On the go.
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Athletic. Healthy.

This product is perfect

by oddy the body from las vegas, Nevada
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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awesome

Pros:
Safe. Lightweight. Sturdy. Easy Storage. Portable. Economical. Easy to Use. Durable.
Best Uses:
At home.
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Athletic. Medical Professional. Administer of Medicine.

works like i should

by henrydotcom from san diego
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
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is a one inch needle deep anough for test injections
Asked on Jan 30, 2014 9:04:43 AM by Don from at work
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Yes, I use them for IM with 3ml per inject
Answered on Feb 10, 2014 8:47:18 PM by Craig from Fl
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Yes a 1" needle is big enough for a T shot,if your are lean, if not you will need a inch and a half,but the 23x 1 is what ive used and it works well.
Answered on Feb 10, 2014 10:52:37 PM by Junebug from Oakwood,Va
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Yes,definitely. This is exactly what I use this syringe/needle combination for. The usual location for me is the deltoid (upper arm), but the outer thigh can be used as well.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 10:28:06 AM by J from ca
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Yes, 1in is ok to use only if you are not over weight. If you are a larger guy then go with 1 and1/2 inch.
Answered on Mar 25, 2014 7:19:51 AM by Randy from Usa
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One inch is what I use for testosterone injections, and it works fine. 23 gauge is the thickness I use.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 11:57:19 AM by Dave from Phoenix
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I use a 1" for my Testosterone Cypionate shots in the pectorals.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 1:13:13 PM by Andrew from St Petersburg, FL
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What syringe and needle so I use to intramuscular injection of a B12 shot?
Asked on Jan 4, 2014 12:34:21 PM by shar from ca
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I use a one inch 23 gauge Leur lock needle and syringe for testosterone and B12 injections. For B12 only, a 25 gauge needle would easily work.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 11:59:26 AM by Dave from Phoenix
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While this would work for shots in the pectorals, B12 works fine SubQ using insulin pins.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 1:14:37 PM by Andrew from St Petersburg, FL
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Can this syringe 23G be used to draw the thick testosterone cypionate medication. Would love to use this 23g rather than the 21G that my Dr prescribed.
Asked on Dec 18, 2013 6:15:31 PM by Riverdoode from Louisiana
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Yes, the 23G is what I use for the same purpose. You may have to push a little harder because of the viscous oil, that's all.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 10:35:19 AM by J from ca
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Yes you can use the 23g or even a 25g, it will just take a little longer to draw up. I started using a 21g to draw the testosterone medicine since its so thick and then change my needle out with a 25g or 23g for the injection. That works well.
Answered on Feb 22, 2014 2:11:49 PM by Dr mom from KY
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Yes. You will get better flow if you warm the vial to body temperature prior to drawing it in.
Answered on Mar 25, 2014 8:14:04 AM by BIG TEX from Texas
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Yes. I started testosterone cypionate on these. They're the best needles I've ever used... even the ones I got from the pharmacy were too big, and flimsy.
Answered on Apr 10, 2014 3:59:02 PM by DSS from East Coast
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I would definitely go with the 23 gauge for the injection. What my dr. said to do is use the Leur lock syringe and needle, use 18 gauge to draw, remove that one and inject with the 23. You have to press firmly because it is thick, but the one time I used a 21 gauge, it stung and I had a bruise for days. It's a little bit of hassle to switch the needles, but it goes quickly after you get used to it, and trying to draw the testosterone with a 23 gauge needle is an exercise in futility.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 12:03:39 PM by Dave from Phoenix
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I use these 1" 23g for Test Cypionate myself. Any smaller is a very hard draw of the oil and nearly impossible towards the bottom of the vial, especially the longer the needle.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 1:16:32 PM by Andrew from St Petersburg, FL
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3ml luer-lok syringe 23gx1 able accept monojet 18gx1 1/2 needle
Asked on Oct 12, 2013 5:39:32 PM by cooly from new caney
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is needle removable
Asked on Aug 2, 2013 10:16:19 PM by mikr from mississippi
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Yes. Just give a slight twist counterclockwise and the needle comes right off. To put another needle on, do just the opposite. Be sure to leave the plastic cap over the needle when you perform the removal, though. You don't want to stab yourself!
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 12:05:54 PM by Dave from Phoenix
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Yes, in fact every time you open one up you should twist to make sure its on tight. All that have removable needles should be checked, not just this brand.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 1:17:51 PM by Andrew from St Petersburg, FL
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Is a prescription required to purchase?
Asked on Jan 31, 2013 7:07:40 PM by M&M from Illinois
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No it is not required.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 11:39:10 PM by Cris from Eureka Springs, Ar.
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I believe it's location dependant. In VA you do not need a script.
Answered on Feb 27, 2013 6:05:01 AM by L.S. from VA
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I have been able to order from several companies without a prescription. Some companies require it, some don't.
Answered on May 4, 2013 9:44:51 AM by Mclan from California
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Not required.
Answered on Dec 31, 2013 12:18:22 PM by T.R. from Irving, TX
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Some companies do require a prescription, but not Allegro Medical.
Answered on Apr 16, 2014 12:06:52 PM by Dave from Phoenix
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Is it true that a filter needle will no longer work, if the plunger is worked prior to withdrawing fluids? Is working the plunger bad? Does it destroy the filter? (see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=y5nLbqPA3-w comment by lovalovet)
Asked on Jun 16, 2012 3:23:17 PM by me2tube123 from Oregon
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Yes, my package had a picture of syringes and labeled it as such.
Answered on May 3, 2013 7:09:50 PM by Ekim from Alaska
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It depends on the type of filtration media. Steel mesh filters are not affected. Membranous and some paper based filters are. GENTLY working the plunger will not damage the filter. But remember, once you do begin filtration, the needle is meant to be used in whatever filtration direction it starts, i.e., if you are clarifying a solution in an ampoule by withdrawing the plunger (an aspiration), then you must use the needle for aspirations only, and only with the same material. If you are clarifying a solution that is in a syringe by depressing the plunger, then you may only filter in that direction.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 6:17:53 PM by Pharm.D. from Pennsylvania
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are your syringes packed in a box that has a lable of it which people may find out that I have ordered syringes because I need them packed in something that doesnt have the word "syringes" printed on the outside of the box. I need to have the package to be shipped in something descreet so that no one knows that there are syringes in the package. Can your company do this. I dont need people knowing my business and especially that I am getting syringes through the mail.
Asked on Jun 8, 2012 12:46:58 PM by Kelly from Indiana
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Yes, Allegro Medical shipped the box of syringes inside a plain cardboard box.
Answered on May 4, 2013 9:48:52 AM by Mcan from California
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I have ordered several times from Allegro and my items have always arrived in plain brown boxes with no labels or writing on the outside that would indicate the contents within.
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 12:08:53 PM by Joe from Phoenix, AZ
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No reputable company, an Allegro is reputable, would send your supplies in the stock container. Yes, BD does clearly label all boxes of syringes/syringes+needles with the word SYRINGES, and all boxes of hypodermic, tuberculin, tine, etc. needles with the word NEEDLES. These are like any other laboratory or clinical item, or frankly any item you might order, they are shipped in "overpack" or "repack"--that is they are placed in a larger box. While syringes would not necessarily have one, when I receive prescription drugs to stock shelves, the overpack is security sealed, and depending on the schedule of the contents (Rx or Rx Controlled) they will have packing slip affixed to the outside.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 6:24:34 PM by Pharm.D. from Pennsylvania
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what are the 1cc located on the 3ml luer-lok syringe 23g x 1"
Asked on May 22, 2012 12:32:20 PM by maddog from TEXAS
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yes they will fit
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 4:36:47 PM by Bill from 03055
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What is it packaged in, will it make it through an apo ae address, im in afghanistan and just dont want any red flags flown up..
Asked on Apr 27, 2012 11:13:29 PM by Concern from Apo/ae
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IMO, yes, the package will make it through an apo ae address. The syringes are shipped "box within a box", the outer box is a plain cardboard box. Also makes the shipment more secure.
Answered on May 4, 2013 9:52:01 AM by Mclan from California
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The outer box, known in the industry as repack or overpack does not indicate what is enclosed, but the box is NOT plain. For reasons related to commerce, reputable sellers use boxes clearly and boldy labelled REPACK or OVERPACK. This indicates to customs / security / receiving that it is not a single item, but that multiple items are enclosed.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 6:28:11 PM by Pharm.D. from Pennsylvania
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I just purchased the 100 3ml G with a size 23 "1 inch" detachable! I also want to place another order! But I need to make sure their will no problems, I want to order 100 unattached "1 1/2 inch" needles and make sure they will attach to my 3ml with a size 23G "1 inch" will fit in that gauge?
Asked on Dec 31, 2011 9:39:03 PM by Dflyrox from CA
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Yes, the unattached needles will fit, but the 3ml syringes do also come with a 1 1/2" needle. Buying those would save you the extra steps of removing one needle, disposing of it properly and opening/screwing on another needle - and cut down on the cost.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 5:45:55 PM by kellyogle from austin tx
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You're confusing needle gauge, the measure of the inside diameter of the needle shaft with the hub connection type. While a variety of connectors exist for special applications, the two you need to know are Luer-Slip and Luer-Lok. In either case, they have the same tip, but in the Luer-Lok setup the needle is twisted for a more secure connection. Luer-Slip is still widely used, but it's production is declining. Luer-Slip syringes use friction to hold the hub of the needle in place and are thus more prone to detaching. In either case, Whether your needles are Terumo, Exel, Monoject, BD, etc. they will attach to any Luer tip, Lok or Slip, it does not matter.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 6:34:17 PM by Pharm.D. from Pennsylvania
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re 3 ml 23 g 1" detachable needle. Is there 18 g needle to attache to load syringe with oil base (thicker) testosterone cyionate then attach 23 g to administer? Will oil base inject ok via 23 g or would 21 g be available at same cost as 23 g syringe? Part Number(s): 95882800 Mfg Part Number(s): 309588
Asked on May 15, 2011 9:35:40 AM by daniel.546 from buffalo ny
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Yes, you can attach any 18g needle to this syringe to draw test. I use the BD 3mL 23g thin wall needle to draw and inject. I have had no issues at all and have given around 40 injections using that needle. I have understood that if you are patient and not in a hurry, you can inject with as small as a 27g. I have not tried but will be doing so. You have to worry about scar tissue at some point. I inject in my thigh rotating left to right every injection.
Answered on Aug 3, 2011 8:13:08 AM by Gus from Virginia
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I use the 23g 1 inch to inject testosterone cypionate, with no problems on either drawing the fluid into the syringe nor pushing the plunger down. I have used a 22g in the past, and even a 21g, and yes, those would draw even easier, since they are larger. But they hurt more when stabbing yourself! The 23g is a better bet, from my experience!
Answered on Jan 9, 2013 3:59:03 PM by Hal from US
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Yes, this can be done as others have said. And like others, I found it a huge hassle and harder to maintain sterility. For the last 5 years, I've given my husband his testosterone shot every week. What I discovered was that when warmed to body temp, the testosterone cypionate oil flows easily through the size 23 needle. You may find this TMI, but what I do is hold the 10ml bottle under my arm for several minutes before drawing the oil into the syringe. Oil flows easily, works like a charm!
Answered on May 4, 2013 9:57:53 AM by Mclan from California
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You may use whatever gauge needle to draw up your dose, but remember that large gauge (18 down to 12) will retain a not insignificant amount of drug, so when done aspirating and after withdrawing from the septa, withdraw the plunger to get any drug out of the needle. At this point you can attach a 20g needle, but medically speaking, any needle smaller than 21 gauge tends to emulsify the oil as it is injected, therefore oil based pharmaceuticals should be injected with the largest gauge tolerable. Two notes: Remember needle gauge measurement and size is an indirect relationship: as needle gauge # goes up, the size of the needle (inside diameter goes down). Currently the smallest needle marketed in the U.S. for SQ injection is 33g. Filtration needles are never to be used for direct injection, ever. They may be used to inject into a Y connector on an infusion set, into a bag/bottle of parenteral drugs on drip, etc., but never directly into tissue.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 6:44:37 PM by Pharm.D. from Pennsylvania
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