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    Tjs4759 is offline New Member
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    Sermorelin + GHRP-2 advice please!!

    What's up guys? Need a little help with mixing and dosages.

    I've been on TRT for a few years now, in the last couple panels of bloodwork my IGF-1 came back under 200 so my doctor wanted to put me on Sermorelin and GHRP-2. Unfortunately his 10 week treatment plan will cost me $1000 so instead I purchased 10mg Sermorelin + GHRP-2 (5mg/5mg) from a lab, but I am not certain how much Bac water to mix it with. I also had some questions on how many IU's I should be dosing and when. I appreciate the help guys!!

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    matt thebeard is offline Junior Member
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    also just bought some sermorelin so keeping an eye but I believe it was 500mcg per day so
    • 1000mcg (1mg) = 50 units on the insulin syringe
    • 500mcg (0.5mg) = 25 units on the insulin syringe
    • Mcg=microgram (measurement of the amount of medication)
    • mL= milliliter (measurement of the volume of ‘ liquid’ in the syringe)
    • 1ml = 1cc

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    Tjs4759 is offline New Member
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    Matt thebeard, thanks man. Any idea how much bac water to mix with it??

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    Quester is offline Knowledgeable Member
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    Your vial will say mg/mL or just mg. I dose mine to 200mcg/.1mL. A slin-pin is 1mL and .1 is the first numbered tic.
    I don't see a need to inject to big a bolus.
    mg/mL = mg (on vial)/ (1/2 that amount of bac water).
    So, if you have a combination of semorellin and GHRP-2 and or GHRP-6, like me, then add up the mgs in the mix. Mine comes to 24mg. I add 12mL of Bac Water. I inject between .15mL (300mcg) to .25mL (500mcg).
    Avoid waste and side effects by limiting max/dose and max/day.
    Much more than that in a single dose will be wasted and increase side effects. If I inject twice a day, I keep it to less than 400mcg each injection.
    Inject I, using Z-track method when blood sugar is low. Buy a glucose meter.

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