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    It is safe to transfer as long as you follow the instructions and keep everything sterile. The tricky part is making sure you draw out equal amounts of air from your vials before replacing it with the liquids.

    You can use the same mixing needle for the whole one-time mixing process.

    And yes, when mixing 6000iu HCG with 12ml bac water, you would draw to .25 for your 125iu dose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    It is safe to transfer as long as you follow the instructions and keep everything sterile. The tricky part is making sure you draw out equal amounts of air from your vials before replacing it with the liquids.

    You can use the same mixing needle for the whole one-time mixing process.

    And yes, when mixing 6000iu HCG with 12ml bac water, you would draw to .25 for your 125iu dose.
    Thank you!!! 🙏
    Yes, equalizing the pressure is very tricky! I spilled quite a bit of bacteriostatic water last time because of it. I was told some vials has negative pressure and some don't. You never know until you start transferring liquids. I need to look up what to do once you start and realize you are doing it wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    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.
    Leez = Would 5000iu be enough for a 40=48 day round skipping one dose a week? Thanks. They are not shipping the 6000 where i live.

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    If your dose is 125iu, a 5000iu bottle will deliver 40 doses.

    The maximum round is 40 dose days, not VLC days. So yes, there would be enough for the long round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    If your dose is 125iu, a 5000iu bottle will deliver 40 doses.

    The maximum round is 40 dose days, not VLC days. So yes, there would be enough for the long round.
    Thanks Leez.....Is 125 the average dose nowadays? I haven't done HCG in a couple years and I know the last time I did I had to go down on my dosage to about 125. The normal dose use to be 150. Thanks

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    Its usually best to start subsequent rounds at the dose you were taking when the previous round ended.

    So it sounds like 125iu is your dose.

    For those just starting out, 150iu is a good place to begin. But there are those that do better on 125iu.
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    Thanks Leez you are awesome!!! One more questions.....How is Riverfront? Has anyone used them and gotten good results?

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    Unless I'm mistaken, I think RiverFront is the rebranding of what used to be NewEdge. So you should be able to do a search and find some discussions about that. I haven't really seen Riverfront talked about recently, so can't point you to any new information.

    HCG is pretty standard in effectiveness across the different US suppliers. Our site owner, Jen, makes sure that she is not recommending anyone that doesn't have a high quality product.
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    Hi! That time of year again! I do yearly "touch up" rounds and am wondering where to get Hcg these days? I see diet doc still has some. I have done both injections and drops. Are injections the way to go now? Anywhere that still has legitimate drops? I noticed these threads no longer get posted on....is Hcg a thing of the past?

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    We thought it might be a thing of the past for a while last spring. The laws changed and suppliers were saying they would be dropping it from their product lines. Then, they seemed to figure it out, although the price has, of course, increased.

    Both RX HCG and homeopathic hhcg will give you a good result. Some say they stabilize better with the RX HCG. DietDoc has a good RX product, and we have been recommending Intermountain for real hhcg for a while now, and people seem to do well on it.
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    A full review of my experience with DietDoc and how the round progressed can be found here: my Diet Doc review and my Hcg coaching blog is here. If you've found my posts helpful, please consider using this DietDoc link on your next HCG order. (your forum discount still applies)

    Medical Disclaimer: My statements are not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any medical condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    We thought it might be a thing of the past for a while last spring. The laws changed and suppliers were saying they would be dropping it from their product lines. Then, they seemed to figure it out, although the price has, of course, increased.

    Both RX HCG and homeopathic hhcg will give you a good result. Some say they stabilize better with the RX HCG. DietDoc has a good RX product, and we have been recommending Intermountain for real hhcg for a while now, and people seem to do well on it.


    So thankful it is still available, I was sure it wasn't for quite a while. I'm willing to pay more as long as it is a good authentic product!

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    I've done more rounds than I care to admit, lol and Intermountain was the only one where the hunger would just not go away, even after adjusting my dose, so I don't think I'll be ordering from then again. Do you know if Triumph drops are still considered good? I would just do the injections from diet doc, but drops are so much cheaper!

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