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Author Topic: I'm Going to Try Making a Pentox 5% Topical, Can Anyone Help With The Math?  (Read 371 times)

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Hey guys,

So I'm going to do a little experimenting. From a little research I've come across several studies using topical pentox (not for peyronies, but still topically) and almost all of them are using a 5% formulation.

In addition, pentox is soluble in water.

With that said, it should be fairly easy to make a 5% solution using some crushed up pentox tablets (400 mg).

Anyone know what the math would be in terms of mg/ml for a 5% solution? (mg to not directly convert to ml).

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If I were you, I'd source pentox in pure bulk powder for this purpose.

Otherwise you don't know what all other **** you'll be applying along with it.

That said:

Percent (%) Solutions Calculator - PhysiologyWeb

but if you crush a tablet with 400mg pentox, and say you checked the weight of the tablet and it came back as 600mg, it means you have to multiply by 1.5 whatever results you get from that calculator.
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