I recently introduced HCG to my protocol and let me tell you. Removing air bubbles from my syringe is a serious bitch. I searched all over the internet, but apparently i am the only one who actually has a hard deal getting rid of the air. I am using 29G 1/2 inch (same type of syringe i inject T with, but i don’t load testosterone and hcg in the same syringe). ALWAYS, when i load my syringe with hcg there’s this strange kind of ‘oily’ bubble (it’s big) that is impossible to avoid. Once by some miracle i get rid of that bubble - I literally just draw-inject-draw-inject-draw-inject 100x times back and forth to my vial until i get lucky and I get rid off that bubble and even then there’s always 2-5 small bubbles floating around that are simply impossible to get rid off. I can tap the syringe 5.000 times. Won’t matter. They won’t come out. In the end i just say screw it and inject. Because of that my dosage might be infrequent. How big of a deal is that?
I started using 250 IU 2x times a week. Yeah, i am starting slow. Want to increase only if it is necessary.