Thread: proper HCG use?
01-26-2004, 05:20 PM #1Junior Member
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proper HCG use?
I am in my final phases right now and am about to start PCR. I've got Ovidrel, which is synthetic choriogonadotropin (read: HCG ). When I mix the powder with the sterile water, I'll have one cc of what supposedly amounts to about 20,000 iu's of regular non-synthetic HCG.
So my question is this: how do I break this down into "1000 iu" doses? That is, what kind of needle am I going to use that I can effectively dose 1/20th of a cc at a time?
Am I asking the right question? Sorry if I sound ignorant, I've never done HCG before. To be honest, I don't even know what an "iu" really is.
01-26-2004, 06:48 PM #2
First off an i.u is an "international unit" - its a standardized system of measurement used in medicine.
Secondly, to get 1000 i.u per dose, get some BS water and dilute the HCG to a concentration of 20ml (1ml = 1cc). This way 1cc would equal 1000i.u, and use an insulin syringe (27-30 gauge, and 100 units per ml). 100 units of an insulin syringe equals one ml which equals one cc. Hope I did not confuse you.
10-12-2004, 02:26 AM #3New Member
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Saw the posting about this stuff being stronger, but cannot find any medical statements that support this, and the box says it contains only 6500IU.
Can anyone comment on this?
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