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Piston
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12/10/2020 1:46 pm  

So I have received some HUCOG HCG to do so research with.

It is not powder, but a pre-mixed solution. I did a search but didin't come up with any info on it. I understand that it is much more stable at room temperature (and in general) then bac water reconstituted powder, but should it be refridgerated once it has been opened?

It also lists specifically as IM. Does anyone know if there is any reason to not go Sub-Q for pct?


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jboldman
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12/10/2020 2:12 pm  

i looked around for it and only found powder that needed reconstitution. what is it reconstituted with? with normal bac reconstituted there is really no difference between im and subq, same area under the curve.

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mr.zone
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12/10/2020 2:40 pm  

HCG Should always be kept in the fridge. Also I believe that the hucog premix is reconstituted with Sodium Chloride. Probably why they say its more stable.

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Piston
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12/10/2020 3:08 pm  

I used it with good success. I used 1/10th ml/ day over 10 days for PCT with nolva starting the 5th day of the HCG (I was using a longer ester, so I waited around 12 days after last shot to start the nolva).

For use, I used it sub q and refridgerated after opening. Prior to opening, it was in a dark, secure local as it didn't come cold. I seem to have reacted well to it and had no discomfort/ ab tender-spasm type reaction. The liquid was not in an amp but a multi-dose vial making my split even easier.


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