Here’s the actual question as it was written to me:
“I followed your mixing instructions…. 5 ml water for my 5000 iu HCG. But the math doesn’t work. If I were to the now 5 ml water in my (mixed whith my HCG) Devide it by 175 it gives me 28 1/2 days…. I thought protocol was 23 days. I have done HCG in the past but got it already in those little “insulin” syringes. HELP”
Okay so I can see where the confusion is happening. Basically, you don’t mix your hCG according to what dose you’ll take or how many days you want it to last, and I’ll explain why.
By mixing 5000iu to 5mls of mixing liquid, it means where you draw up on the syringe will equal these different doses:
The best dose for hCG for you is the dose you’re body feels the least hungry on and this is unique to each person- my article on dosing is here:
So you don’t want to actually mix the hCG in a way so as to make it last a certain length of time, or to get a certain dose. You want the dose that provides the least hunger.
What this means is I would actually always have hCG that I ended up throwing away at the end of a round because there was some left over and the potency is really only best up to about 3-4 weeks. The dose you’ll take on hCG will definitely allow for you to use the hCG this long and most likely you’ll have some left at the end to toss. Too high a dose (which actually most people find 175ius to be too high a dose for them) will cause bad hunger. So that’s why you want to base it not on making the hCG last a certain number of days only etc.
I hope that makes a little more sense. Mixing this way allows you to easily change your dose of hCG mid-round which is often necessary as a person loses weight.
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