I know, I know, another daft question but here goes. I have just done my third injection on my own (rather chuffed) and I've only just realised that once the 1ml insulin syringe is full there is still about 1/4 to 1/3 of the stuff left in the ampoule. Am I missing something? Which is the correct dose, the whole ampoule, in which case I'll have to re-inject with the rest of the stuff, or the syringe, because the ampoule says it has 1000mcg of hydroxy?
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