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    HCG Question

    So I'm on TRT and I get my HCG from the pharmacy but here is the problem.

    I am in the Houston area and during Hurricane Harvey I lost power for days and obviously my HCG was not able to stay cold in the fridge. It is most likely going to be awhile before I can get a new HCG Vial from my pharmacy with my standing script and my Doctor's office isn't answering the phone to transfer it to another pharmacy that is open/operating now.

    My question is what should I do? I still have the HCG and I got power back and it's cool in the fridge again but am I wasting my time trying to inject it since it was room temp. for days? Should I inject more of it than usual to make up for loss of potency? Or should I just throw it away and wait for my pharmacy to open back up or my Doctor to answer to send it to an open pharmacy?


    P.S. If anyone is curious: My street flooded but none of the houses on my side of the street got water inside thank god. The only problem I had was loss of power for a few days so I am very very lucky.

    Thanks in advance

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    Room temp and not hot it should be fine. It's not as fragile as all the internet dogma makes it out to be.
    Time for a generator, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Room temp and not hot it should be fine. It's not as fragile as all the internet dogma makes it out to be.
    Time for a generator, right?
    Alright, thanks kel.

    Haha, man I wish I had a generator so damn bad when the power went out. It's brutal with no A/C, lights, fridge, microwave etc for days and you can't even leave the house. Luckily the power is back on now and I am buying a generator ASAP just in case for the future, I dont want to go through that again.

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    I am happy to hear that you did not suffer water damage.
    I mixed up my test and hCG and put my test in the fridge and hCG in my stash bag for about three days.
    I'm not sure if the functionality of the HCG was compromised, but I put it back in the fridge and am using it. Doesn't seem to be an issue.


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    During Mathew in Jax Fl, I ordered a Gen from Walmart.com. They delivered it on the day of the hurricane. I never lost power and returned it, unopened, the next week.

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    Hey hope you are doing well!! Ive been watching the news for days (when it hit rockport i wa sin the hospital-- in Colorado) and ive been watching it for hrs every day. S--- is crazy looking. I have friends down there (from colorado) helping anyone and everyone. Praying for everyone affected.

    Ive seen posts on the internet saying HCG is okay at room temp. Ive never heard of it being in the fridge but again im new to all this so im not much of an expert. The dudes above id listen to.
    But again i hope you are doing well.
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    Wouldn't wish that kind of weather on my worst enemy,hope it gets better for everyone down there.
    Best wishes to you all.

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