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By: BigTest Date added: 2 weeks ago
I just received a bottle oh HCG 10, 000 IU and it comers withn 1ML solutions and says only mix 1ML solution to 10000 IU this does not make sense I sho be adding more than 1ML of soultion the instructions even say it makes no sense what are your guys thoughts. The bottle is on the small side. I appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!
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Follow the directions on the packaging and you should be good to go. I do know some bros like to add more water to create a different dosage per IU and some bros will add less water to create a different dosage all depending on what they prefer. If your not sure of the correct measurement you want just follow the instructions. Or maybe someone else can answer your question a little more in detail. Good luck.
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It says 1 IU on directions but I want 250IU per injection which would Mean 10ML of batreatic from reading online I tried 10ML it was way to much for the small bottel I got 4ML in the bottle now it's full but now don't know how muxh each injection is based off an 10IU with 4 ML batreatic soultion. I would really appreciate any help or advise. Thanks everyone.
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That is saline solution not bac water. If you plan on using it during your cycle or pct you will need to purchase bac water. If you saline solution it needs to be injected all at once since it is not meant to be stored. A common dose of hcg is 500iu 2 x a week
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1ml is fine. For 500iu you just use a miniscule 5 units on your insulin syringe, the syringe has 100 such units total and the smallest markings are at the 10th unit level. Just use half of the 10th unit.
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Thank you!
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If I added 4ML and that filled up the 10000IU how muxh would I draw to get 250IU every shot on an insulin needle..
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One unit on a ten unit insulin needle
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Sorry, my last reply was rushed and probably confusing... a 1ml insulin syringe usually has markings for 100 units, with major intervals at 10, 20, 30 and so on all the way to 100.  If you diluted your 10k iu HCG with 4ml you need 10 units (1/10th the syringe) to get your 250 iu 
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Thank you Dan! Makes sense!
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