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Thread: Storing hCG in syringes?

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    Storing hCG in syringes?

    Hello to All!!!
    Just wondering, can I pre fill all my syringes and store them in my freg, instead of filling one every morning? What say ye ALL?
    Thank You!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine54 View Post
    Hello to All!!!
    Just wondering, can I pre fill all my syringes and store them in my freg, instead of filling one every morning? What say ye ALL?
    Thank You!
    Are you talking about a few days at a time? Or, enough for a whole round?

    Optimally, I think it is best to keep the mixture as fresh as possible. Is it that hard for you to pull it every morning?

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    I always prefill my syringes, then keep them in a canister in the fridge along with a supply of alcohol swabs, so I can grab on the go. I have prefilled up to 20 at a time.

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    Thank you for the replys! The number of views for this thread makes me think that I was not the only one out here who wanted feedback on this question! LOL
    Kajola, I think your process is a fantastic and efficient plan!!! Thank You! It is always good to hear from someone who has proven the process! Again, "Thank You", for testing the waters and sharing! I am going to prefill right now!!!

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