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    HGH question

    Iíve heard itís smart to do HgH on cycle and a blast at the end.
    So my question is how much should the blast be and is 10 days before end of a regular test e cycle sufficient?
    And how do you know how much bacteriostatic water to mix in the HgH? Do you mix in the whole HgH bottle or just with the dosage you are taking? Thanks for the help. I donít plan on doing a cycle for a few months, just want to gain as most knowledge as possible.

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    You mean HCG right, not HGH?
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    If HCG . No need to blast just run 500mcg per week on cycle, split dosage, 250mcg twice a week.

    Keep it simple no need to over think it.

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    Yeah meant hcg lmao. Wait don’t u still add water to hcg tho?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiftinBrah View Post
    Yeah meant hcg lmao. Wait donít u still add water to hcg tho?
    Yes you add bacteriostatic water. You pick whatever volume you want and do the math accordingly. For example, If you have 10, 000IU of HCG and add 10mL that gives you 1,000IU per mL which would mean 0.5mL = 500IU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    Yes you add bacteriostatic water. You pick whatever volume you want and do the math accordingly. For example, If you have 10, 000IU of HCG and add 10mL that gives you 1,000IU per mL which would mean 0.5mL = 500IU.
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    So if I had a bottle of 5000IU I would add 5ml of bacteriostatic water to the bottle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiftinBrah View Post
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    So if I had a bottle of 5000IU I would add 5ml of bacteriostatic water to the bottle?
    You pick the amount of water to add, there's no "right or wrong" amount per-say. - it's whatever concentration you want you're HCG to be dosed at.


    5000IU HCG + 5ml Bac water = 1000IU/mL
    5000IU HCG + 10mL Bac water = 500IU/mL
    5000IU HCG + 2.5mL Bac water = 2000IU/mL
    etc

    Using less water and giving a higher concentration per mL means less total volume of fluid to inject. The advantage to injecting less fluid is smaller chance you get bruising, bumps, discomfort, etc.

    Once mixed, you will want to refrigerate.
    Last edited by Windex; 07-16-2018 at 08:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    You pick the amount of water to add, there's no "right or wrong" amount per-say. - it's whatever concentration you want you're HCG to be dosed at.


    5000IU HCG + 5ml Bac water = 1000IU/mL
    5000IU HCG + 10mL Bac water = 500IU/mL
    5000IU HCG + 2.5mL Bac water = 2000IU/mL
    etc

    Using less water and giving a higher concentration per mL means less total volume of fluid to inject. The advantage to injecting less fluid is smaller chance you get bruising, bumps, discomfort, etc.

    Once mixed, you will want to refrigerate.
    So the more bac water you add, the more fluid you have to inject? So if I was injecting 250iu 2x a week, this number would go up on the syringe if more bac water is added? Sorry if this sounds dumb

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiftinBrah View Post
    So the more bac water you add, the more fluid you have to inject? So if I was injecting 250iu 2x a week, this number would go up on the syringe if more bac water is added? Sorry if this sounds dumb
    Yes. The more bac water you add the the lower the HCG iu per ML. So you'd have to inject more fluid to get the desired dosage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiftinBrah View Post
    So the more bac water you add, the more fluid you have to inject? So if I was injecting 250iu 2x a week, this number would go up on the syringe if more bac water is added? Sorry if this sounds dumb
    Add 2cc's of water to the 5000iu vial. You have a 2500iu/cc concentration. .1 cc or 10 ticks of a insulin syringe is 250iu. Pin 250iu twice a week throughout your cycle.

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