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  1. #25
    Leez, thank you so much for your help. Diet doc is offering $358 for 6000iu- 30days or
    $479 for 12000iu- 60 days. I definitely need a long round for sure. I have a lot of weight to lose but times are hard right now. Do you know if $358 for 6000iu can last longer than 30 days? I don’t want to buy more then I need. Or if I want to do a long round should I purchase their deal for $479. Sorry for all the questions. I really appreciate your help.

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    It depends on your dose.

    At a dose of 150iu, a 6000iu bottle will deliver 40 doses. Just enough for a long round.

    At a dose of 125IU = 48 doses

    I think you are fine with using one bottle of the DietDoc HCG for a 40 dose round, as they require their suppliers to provide a potency above 100%. That means even if the HCG starts to weaken, its likely to still be around 100% potency by the end of your round.
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  3. #27
    Leez, you are god sent!!!! Honestly. Thank you for your time and knowledge. Perhaps, I don’t need to purchase the 60 days of supply for $479. Times are hard right now for sure. And if I could buy the 30 day supply for 358 and make it last 40 days that would be just as good. If I can’t do a round of 60 days but only 48 days..what is the point of spending almost 500 dollars. What would you do in my situation. I’m sorry. I promise that is my last question.

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    If I had the money and was planning more than one round, I'd buy the 60 day (but only if it comes in 2 vials). You are correct that you shouldn't do a straight through 60 dose round. But it is a good buy if you are planning for 2 rounds.

    If I didn't have the money, or knew I was only going to do one round, I'd buy the 30 day package.

    I've used DietDoc's HCG and it is good. I used one vial for a 30 dose round, so can't speak from personal experience about it going for the 40 days, but I think it would.
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    Leez, thank you so much for all your help, seriously. It means the world to me. It was nice meeting you. I will probably bother you in the near future once I start my round and encounter difficulties. Please take care and stay safe.

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    Pick our brains as needed, we are here to help.

    There are a couple of ongoing monthly threads you can join for peer support as you prepare and begin your round.

    Loading groups (where people often gather as they begin): https://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/f43/

    Lovely Losers: all stages, all types of HCG: https://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/f40/
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    Leez, you are truly fabulous!!!! Thank you for letting me know about the different threads I could join. Your kindness is truly appreciated.

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    If it's 6000iu the mixing proportion would be different than with 5000, correct? How much bacteriostatic water to mix 6000 with then? Still 10ml?
    I just received new dietdoc hcg today. They now use different pharmacists. Last time I got 5000 iu in 2 separate vials and 2 vials of 10 ml bacteriostatic water, so I followed your directions when mixing it and was injecting 125iu.
    This time they sent 1 vial of 6000iu (there was no option to request 5000 and 10ml bacteriostatic water) and 6ml bacteriostatic water. The hcg vial is so tiny even if they sent 10ml of bacteriostatic water it will simply just not fit. What do you think should be done here?
    Thanks!

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    What they sent you was a 1:1 mixing ratio. While you can go ahead with that, we usually recommend mixing at least 1:2 (which would be 12ml mixed with your 6000iu HCG) That would give you the same dosing numbers as your previous round for your 125iu dose (.25 or 25 on your U-100 injection syringe)

    At the 1:1 ratio, you would pull to the .125 or 12.5 mark on your syringe for a 125iu dose. Because this is a concentrated ratio, it makes it harder to dose accurately, and more of your dose gets left in the needle. It is doable though.

    Here is the math:

    6000iu divided by 6ml = 1000iu per ml
    125iu divided by 1000 + .125 or 12.5 on your U-100 syringe


    If you can delay starting your round for a few days, you can get more bacteriostatic water and a couple sterile mixing vials (I usually get mine from Formagenix.net) you can still mix at the higher ratio. Dr. Simeons mixed at 1:4 ratio (which would be 24ml bacteriostatic water mixed with your 6000iu HCG) Some feel that the higher dilutions intersperse the HCG more efficiently into your tissues. So that would be another reason not to use the very potent mixture.

    1:2 ratio mixture (need 2 mixing vials) :
    6000iu divided by 12ml = 500iu per ml
    125iu divided by 500 + .25 or 25 on your U-100 syringe

    1:4 ratio mixture (need 3 mixing vials):
    6000iu divided by 24ml = 250iu per ml
    125iu divided by 250 + .5 or 50 on your U-100 syringe

    These are examples, but you can mix with other amounts if you like according to the following formula.

    Use this formula to check your mixture and dosing (or to create a new ratio):
    https://hcgdietinfo.com/formula-calculate-hcg-dose/
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  10. #34
    Thank you!
    Yea, I do not want to go with 1:1 ratio,that's why I was taken aback when realized that's what they sent:/ I felt okay with 1:2 last time, so I 'd like to do that again. So what i need now is to order extra 6ml of bacteriostatic water to make 1:2 ratio. And a new bigger vial to accommodate at least 12 ml of final hcg solution. Now this is probably going to sound stupid, but how do I move the freezedried hcg i have into a bigger vial? 🤔 It doesn't look like it can be removed from its vial.
    Thanks, so much, Leez! I honestly would be lost without your tips and advice.

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    There are step by step instructions in this post:
    Subcutaneous Injection Mixing Instructions

    Basically, you add 1 ml bacterostatic water to the dried HCG, let it dissolve and then transfer it to a mixing vial that already contains the rest of the amount of your bacteriostatic water. It helped me to find a mixing video and watch the process, because you have to be careful to equalize the pressure in the vials when transferring the liquids.

    The mixing vials from formagenix hold 10ml, so would need 2 of those. The bacteriostatic water comes in a 30ml bottle.
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  12. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    There are step by step instructions in this post:
    Subcutaneous Injection Mixing Instructions

    Basically, you add 1 ml bacterostatic water to the dried HCG, let it dissolve and then transfer it to a mixing vial that already contains the rest of the amount of your bacteriostatic water. It helped me to find a mixing video and watch the process, because you have to be careful to equalize the pressure in the vials when transferring the liquids.

    The mixing vials from formagenix hold 10ml, so would need 2 of those. The bacteriostatic water comes in a 30ml bottle.
    Oh ok, got it! I did not think it was safe to transfer like that. Do I need extra mixing syringes for each step? Can't find those anywhere 🤔
    I just ordered extra bacteriostatic water and a bigger 30 ml sterile vial. Thanks so much!
    And to double check (I am horrible at math!)- I am going with 1:2 ratio and same dose , just like I did in my previous round. So no matter the amount of hcg or bacteriostatic water I still get the same amount of hcg drawn in my insulin syringe for injection as last time.
    6000iu hcg mixing hcg with 12ml bacteriostatic water. For 125iu dose i would still draw .25. Correct? 🤔

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