Some people believe that in beginning of the growth hormone cycle the desired dosage should be gradually built to and gradually phased out when the person is ready to end it. From my experience it makes no difference whether I phase in and out or start and stop with full dosage. On the other hand, I do get a few days of blood sugar instability (sudden hypoglycaemia) when I end my cycles. Within 2 days to 2 weeks after my cycle is complete I get sudden hunger attacks (blood sugar drops). I keep a candy bar handy for such episodes. It happens about 3 to 5 times in the 2 weeks period.
Syringes are labeled based on how much liquid they can hold. Some syringes measure medication in milliliters (ml), others use cubic centimeters (cc). The good news is, 1 cc is equal to 1 ml, so you don't have to worry about confusing conversions when matching a syringe to your dosage. You just need to make sure you select a syringe that will hold the amount of medication you've been prescribed. It sounds intuitive, but if you aren't used to drawing up injectable medications it's worth pointing out. For example, if you're supposed to give yourself 3 cc of a drug, don't use a syringe that holds only 2 cc.