View Poll Results: Do you use HCG IM or Sub Q

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    3 37.50%
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    toolman is offline Banned
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    Do you shoot HCG IM or Sub Q?

    I know there are two schools of thought on this, but I wanted to know how many and who belongs to each camp. When you use HCG , are you using in IM as the instructions say or Sub Q as alot of vets say?

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    Sub Q all the way baby. It's a water based, hormonal compound. Why jab yourself with a 1" or 1 1/2" needle when a 1/2" slin pin will do just as well?

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    sub-q. better absorption, and no scar tissue

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    I'm already out numbered.....Obviously there's nothing wrong with S-Q, as you see it's got off to a quick lead, but I've just never done it (well once or twice) but I'm more comfortable the old fashoin way...S-Q makes me feel like I'm giving my dog a shot?

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    Check out this link, many of you have seen it I'm sure, and I'm not saying it's Gospel (obviously)....just interesting.

    http://www.steroids.com/HCG.htm

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    If you haven't seen it, JohnnyB has an excellent Thread going right now on HCG and the like....PCT protocal by SWALES...or something like that...check it out.

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