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HCG Mixing Question


#1

My HCG is coming with an amp of Isotonic Sodium chloride to mix it with. My question is can I take the mixed solution and mix with Bacteriostatic water? Or should I just mix the HCG powder with bacteriostatic water? I’ll be using 250iu E3D and the HCG is 1500iu so I won’t use the whole amp at one time. Thanks for your input


#2

Mix ALL of the white HCG powder with the BAC WATER then freeze/refridgerate the loaded slin pins that you will
not use within a month.

My formula for working out HCG/BAC water ratio for mixing is:

-Divide HCG amount by desired HCG amount per pin. 1500/250 = 6
-That gives you a total number of pins you can get out of your HCG with 250iu in. (6)
-Then divide the amount of Bac water you want to use by number of pins. (Say 2ml for example) 2/6 = 0.3.

So, if you draw 6 pins to 3 units/30 on the slin pin then you will have 6 pins with 250iu in…

I normally buy 5000iu HCG amps and mix with 2ml bac water. This gives you 20 pins when drawn to 10 units on slin pin…

I suggest you buy more HCG as you only have 2 weeks worth!

Note: Do not use any solvent/sterile water HCG comes with as this is designed for single use. Buy Bac water.


#3

Thanks. I do have more, i just ordered in 1500iu


#4

So simply put, I can mix my 1500iu powder with 10cc of Bac water and I’m looking at 150iu per 1cc. Simple math is how it works right? Also, I can preload my insulin needles and keep them in the fridge?


#5

Mix it with 1ml not 10!

And yes, keep pre loaded pins in fridge unless you wont use some within a month, then freeze.


#6

Now I’m confused. If i mix 1500iu powder in 1ml of bac water, can I then add that 1ml to 9ml? If I have all 1500iu in just 1ml, what amount would I use to get 250iu injection?


#7

Well 1/6 = 0.16.

So just load 6 pins to 10.6 units = 6 pins with 250iu in.

HCG pins are so small you dont want to be shooting 1ml + into your belly fat lol… You want to fill the slin pins with as least as possible… As I said I use 2ml per 5000 HCG! You are contemplating using 10ml for 1500!


#8

Thanks Andy. It makes sense. Figuring out the conversion rate was throwing me off.