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Thread: Check your math! Mixing formula for any amount RX HCG

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    If you can, its better to mix 10ml bac water with your 5000iu HCG. That way you lose less in the needle, you can adjust more easily if necessary during your round, and some think it helps the HCG disperse better in your tissues.

    Your math is correct.

    As mixing 5000iu HCG to 5ml bac water:
    125 divided by 1000 = .125 or 12.5

    As mixing 5000iu HCG to 10ml bac water:
    125 divided by 500 = .25 or 25

    I've mixed it at 1:4 for some of my rounds. That is how Dr. Simeons mixed it. The only downside is that you would likely need a bigger sterile mixing vial.

    As mixing 5000iu to 20ml bac water
    125 divided by 250 = .5 or 50
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    Can you go to any pharmacy and get more bac? Ordered the 50 day diet with nuimage abs they only give you 10ml for two 5000iu HCG. I was thinking the same thing to do more since it is gonna be hard getting 12.5 in the 1 ml syringes.

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    As far as I know you have to order bacteriostatic water online. Although in some places, you may be able to buy some from a veterinarian clinic. Right now, Hospira brand can be ordered form Formagenix.net. Generally its been only a few dollars a bottle, but there is a nationwide shortage, and unfortunately, those that still have some are charging more.

    you are not getting 12.5ml in a 1 ml syringe, you are getting .125ml (no matter how it is marked). That tiny amount is why its hard be accurate.
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    I havenít done this in a while. I have searched far & wide for how to mix 2500 IUís, I canít find it. I have only been able to find instructions for 5000 & 10,000.

    I mixed it with a total of 8 IUís of water, & now I think I did it wrong. Did I?

    Thank you. 😵

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    There is a formula in the first post that you can use to figure out how to dose according to any mixture of HCG iu's to mls of your mixing liquid. Please use it to verify.

    So here is what you have.

    2500iu HCG divided by 8ml bacteriostatic water = 312.5

    150iu dose divided by 312.5 = .48 or 48 on your U-100 insulin syringe

    125iu dose divided by 312.5 = .4 or 40

    If you want a different dose than 150 or 125, then divide that dose by 312.5 to get the result.

    The dilution you are using is perfectly fine. In fact, its close to the one used by Dr. Simeone in the original protocol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    This formula will help you figure out how to mix. 2000ius would be mixed with 8ml bac water normally

    2000iu divided by 8ml = 250iu per ml

    150iu dose divided by 250 = .6 or 60 on your U-100 syringe


    https://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforum...lations-21439/

    if you mix with 10ml water:

    2000iu divided by 10ml = 200iu per ml

    150 divided by 200 = .75 or 75 on your syringe
    HI Leez!

    So....is the method you posted (above) good for just powdered hCG...?

    I am using liquid hCG (Hucog) and that method you posted looks similar to other methods I've seen for mixing just powdered hCG...

    THEN after it's mixed, the liquid hCG, how do I figure out how many ccs I am using per dose? Like.....what does each notch on the diabetic needle/syringes mean for dose amount?

    And I'm trying to figure out which diabetic needle/syringes to get -- I'm a little scared to get the "wrong needle and syringe" and the syringe notches doesn't correspond to the directions I get....so, in addition to my questions on how to mix and what notches on the needle means what amount......which diabetic needle and syringe do I get? Is there a "type" of diabetic needle that you recommend?

    I seem to remember using 30 gauge needles with a 1" length...but I cannot for the life of me remember if there is a...uh..."syringe size" -- like how many ml each syringe should hold. And if there is such a thing, how do I choose the right one to correlate with directions given on how much a notch means for each dose?

    Sorry to ask so many questions...I'm just getting back to doing this again, one more round, and I feel like a baby deer, learning how to walk -- total newbie again, lol.



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    It can be confusing, so lets try to get everything cleared up for you.

    The formula is the same whether you are using powdered or liquid RX HCG. So for instance if the formula you are using contains 10 ml mixing liquid and you are using the liquid HCG, you would use 9ml bacteriostatic water. The 1ml already mixed in your HCG vial accounts for the other one. If your HCG is powdered, you add the entire 10ml bacteriostatic water to it. The point is that the total amount of liquid ends up the same.

    You need U-100 diabetic syringes. If you are doing subcutaneous, 29 gauge is adequate, 30 gauge is a little thinner and a good choice. You don't want to go much thinner than 31 gauge because you'll be bending your needles and wasting syringes. You want about a 1/2 inch length, 5/16 length is also fine. I've used both. If you feel like your skin is thicker, you might want the 1/2 inch.

    If you are doing intramuscular, you want a needle length about 1-1/4 inches and a 27 gauge.

    The U-100 syringes might contain 30, 50 or 100 units. Any of them are fine, the dose is all figured the same in each. The only difference is the capacity. The amount of HCG in each unit will be determined by how your solution is mixed.

    The amount of HCG in each unit is calculated by your mixing solution ratio. So if you mix at a 1:2 solution (example: 5000iu mixed with 10ml bacteriostatic water), each .1 or 10 mark on your syringe will contain 50iu.
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