FINALLY I got my HCG prescription pre-authorized and it is due to arrive on Monday. I will be using it three times per week for monotherapy for fertility. As I've said elsewhere, I've been using TRT with no HCG or AI for twelve years. So my doctor has me prescribed 3,000 units three times per week. I have about 100 syringes for IM. But for the last few months I really have grown to like injecting T with tuberculin syringes subcutaneously.
If I am to use HCG IM for the next three quarters of a year (or more), that's a lot of damn holes in muscles. I can deal with it, but it's not what I prefer. I'd rather use TB or even smaller insulin syringes for a water based medication.
Is there a difference?
For me, although it might be "in my head"--anecdotal, that is--subcutaneous syringes give me better subjective indicators for TRT, MAYBE because T metabolizes slower and steadily when done like that. What about HCG?