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    I bought a 5000 iu vial of HCG but in The direction of use section they told The solution should be used immediately after reconstitution and any unused portion should be discarded , what should i do ? can i use it several times without any problems ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil-1986 View Post
    I bought a 5000 iu vial of HCG but in The direction of use section they told The solution should be used immediately after reconstitution and any unused portion should be discarded , what should i do ? can i use it several times without any problems ?
    It's good for ~30 days in the fridge. A lot of people argue it lasts longer than that though. Google it man wtf lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MToption2 View Post
    It's good for ~30 days in the fridge. A lot of people argue it lasts longer than that though. Google it man wtf lol
    I bought this Hcg-hcg-5000-e1316639801863.jpgbut i think The vial capacity is less than 5ml and if u see the vial came with 1ml of back water , what should i do ? i appreciate your help

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    The vial capacity is 3.5ml.

    Reconstitute with 2ml of bac water.

    The water that came with your hcg is sodium chloride.

    You need bacteriostatic water for use with a multi dose vial.

    If you don't under any of this try using the search function because this topic has been covered ad nauseum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    The vial capacity is 3.5ml.

    Reconstitute with 2ml of bac water.

    The water that came with your hcg is sodium chloride.

    You need bacteriostatic water for use with a multi dose vial.

    If you don't under any of this try using the search function because this topic has been covered ad nauseum.
    thanks bro , I have a 5ml of bac water and haven't multi dose vial , if i mixed my Hcg with a 2-3ml of bac water then am i ready to go ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by devil-1986 View Post
    thanks bro , I have a 5ml of bac water and haven't multi dose vial , if i mixed my Hcg with a 2-3ml of bac water then am i ready to go ?
    The hcg is already in a multi dose vial.

    Just add 2ml of bac water, remove 2ml of air and then store your hcg in the refrigerator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    The hcg is already in a multi dose vial.

    Just add 2ml of bac water, remove 2ml of air and then store your hcg in the refrigerator.
    Thanks i appreciate it bro ,should i remove 2ml of air right after i add the bac water ? how ?
    Then for a 250 iu = 10 unit in a slin pin , is it ok ? just to make sure I'm not wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by devil-1986 View Post
    Thanks i appreciate it bro ,should i remove 2ml of air right after i add the bac water ? how ?
    Then for a 250 iu = 10 unit in a slin pin , is it ok ? just to make sure I'm not wrong
    Yeah

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    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    Yeah
    I want to know if my solvent was sterile water , can I use it for several times and store it like bac water ? why we should choose bac water instead of sterile water ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil-1986 View Post
    I want to know if my solvent was sterile water , can I use it for several times and store it like bac water ? why we should choose bac water instead of sterile water ?
    You need use bacteriostatic water to reconstitute hcg if you plan on using it multiple times.

    Bacteriostatic water contains 0.9% benzyl alcohol (BA).

    As the name implies bacteriostatic water contains a bacteriostatic agent which retards bacteria from reproducing.

    Sodium chloride (NaCl) water contains 0.9% NaCl and is meant to for single use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numbere View Post
    You need use bacteriostatic water to reconstitute hcg if you plan on using it multiple times.

    Bacteriostatic water contains 0.9% benzyl alcohol (BA).

    As the name implies bacteriostatic water contains a bacteriostatic agent which retards bacteria from reproducing.

    Sodium chloride (NaCl) water contains 0.9% NaCl and is meant to for single use.
    sorry numbere ,just a question ,what if I reconstitute with 2 ml of B12 instead of sterile water or 1ml of sterile water and 1ml of B12 because B12 have a benzyl alcohol and bac water is very hard to find ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil-1986 View Post
    sorry numbere ,just a question ,what if I reconstitute with 2 ml of B12 instead of sterile water or 1ml of sterile water and 1ml of B12 because B12 have a benzyl alcohol and bac water is very hard to find ?
    As long as the b12 contains BA that's fine.

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