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## Conversion questions

Ive never used mg's before, i always did cycles by milliliters and cc's. Im with a new source now and he tells me everything in mg's. Say i wanted to do 300 mg's of prop, how many cc's and milliliters is that? Whats the conversion? I dont wanna screw it up.

2. 1cc = 1 ml simple as that. So if your prop is 100mg/ml you need three ml to get 300 mg. Thats the way you should always do it. Not saying I want to take 2 ccs of x.

3. Originally Posted by longhorn814
1cc = 1 ml simple as that. So if your prop is 100mg/ml you need three ml to get 300 mg. Thats the way you should always do it. Not saying I want to take 2 ccs of x.

actually it would be 3cc's according to your model. not to confuse the kid.

1cc=1ml like longhorn said

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so each ml and cc is a 100mg is what youre saying, thanks

5. it depends on the concentration. Mg refers to mass or concentration of hormone in each ml or cc. Ex 100mg/ml You have 100mg of test in 1ml of prop. Mg can NOT be compared to ml or cc as they are not the same unit of measure

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well i need to do 300mg of prop, 200 mg of eq, and 50 mg of winny so thats 3cc's and 2cc's and a half cc am i right

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were talking strtictly for the purposes of gear, not anything else

8. Originally Posted by caban
well i need to do 300mg of prop, 200 mg of eq, and 50 mg of winny so thats 3cc's and 2cc's and a half cc am i right
yes assuming everything has a concentration of 100mg/ml, however they tend to vary so you need to do the math. You need to see what the concentration is on each bottle

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so should i pose this question once i get the stuff, i dont have it yet?

10. Wow bro, you really are confused. Read your vials and it should tell you what concentration you have. It should say something like 100mg/ml. That means that each ml or cc is 100mg. This is not the same for everything. It changes based on compound and brand. Make sure to check the bottle.

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so should i pose this question once i get the stuff, i dont have it yet?
yes!

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thanks