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#### Dosing and Mixing Calculations

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by , July 30th, 2015 at 03:31 PM (9203 Views)
For the clearest explanation of the whole protocol including buying, mixing and dosing: http://colleencoble.com/2014/colleen.../hcg-protocol/

To calculate your dose no matter how you mix the HCG, use this formula:

From a post by Tracy here: .5 Cc in a 3ml Syringe ???

I'm going to post Scott's sister's mixing instructions- I find them to be the least confusing to me anyway-
Here ya go....copied the post for you,

You've got a vial with some amount of hcg in it. Say 5,000 IUs. Make the diluting easy, and mix it with 10 ml of bac water. Or 20. Or 5. Just some rational number. Then you divide the IUs in the vial by the ml of bac water you used.

5,000 divided by 10 = 500 IUs per ml

What dose do you want to take? 175? 150? 200? 125? That's easy, just divide the dose you want by the strength you just got.

175 divided by 500 = .35 - this is the size of your dose, .35 ml. Or, if you're using the insulin needles, 35
150 divided by 500 = .3 or 30
200 divided by 500 = .4 or 40
125 divided by 500 = .25 or 25

You can do it in Excel, or on a calculator, or even in your head, if you're a math whiz and can divide numbers like that in your head.

Say you want to use a different ratio, something like:
2,000 divided by 5 = 400iu
would give you
150iu dose divided by 400 = .375

or
10,000 divided by 10 = 1,000
150iu divided by 1000 = .2

This works no matter what vial you have - 2,000 or 5,000 or 10,000, and it works no matter how much or how little bac water you use to mix it. Deciding first that you want to have a dose of exactly .5, or .6, and trying to juggle the math backwards to get there is just confusing.
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