Sometimes people choose to use a little more mixing liquid when they mix their hCG for injections, and go with a 2:1 mixing ratio-
You mixed 10 ml’s of mixing liquid with 5,000iu hCG.
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On With the Lesson!
So. Mixing your hCG 2:1 – 10 ml’s of bacteriostatic water with a 5,000 iu vial of hCG.
Some choose to mix in this way because they feel the hCG is dispersed in their body better. I always mixed in a 1:1 ratio (5 ml of bac water with 5,000iu hCG – tutorial on mixing 1:1 here, and hCG dosing for 1:1 mixing here.) for all 5 of my hCG rounds, and I felt like it worked great. 1:1 mixing is currently the standard way most people do it.
But it’s nice to have options right?
Keep in mind though, if you choose to use the 2:1 mixing ratio with 10 ml’s of mixing liquid, make sure you check the size of your syringes FIRST because if you find yourself needing a dose any higher than 150 iu of hCG, you will need to have at least a 50 unit syringe (many of the online U.S. hCG injection companies and weight loss clinics now send 30 unit syringes).
You can buy larger hCG injection syringes ala carte for this purpose if you found it necessary from missourimedicalsupplies.com – the ones I just linked to are 1 cc/ml syringes, so you should be able to get any hCG dosage you like with those when mixing in the 2:1 ratio.
This tutorial shows you how to find the various hCG dosages for the diet if you have mixed in this ratio.
- 25 units = 125 iu
- 30 units = 150 iu
- 35 units = 175 iu
- 40 units = 200 iu
- 45 units = 225 iu
- 50 units = 250 iu
If you need help knowing what hCG dose to take, you can find my tutorial on choosing and adjusting hCG Dosage here.
Additionally, I have quite a smorgasbord of other hCG injection tutorials to help you guys out as well!
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