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HCG question

Discussion in 'Steroid Post Cycle Therapy and ASIH Treatment' started by DavidW23, Sep 30, 2019.

  1. DavidW23

    DavidW23 Member

    Ive read that hcg can be administered through IM and also SubQ. Would it be possible to mix your HCG dosage with your AAS injection? Or should you use the HCG solo and SubQ it? Might be a dumb question but would be nice to know for sure. Thanks In advance.
     
  2. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    Can be done either subq or IM. Someone on here said they mix it with their AAS but mixing oil with water doesn’t seem like a good mix.
     
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  3. DavidW23

    DavidW23 Member

    That’s kind of where I was also at with it. Water and oil don’t really go together lol. Guess I need some Slin pins now also ..
     
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  4. bambam333

    bambam333 Member

    Yes do separate don’t mix water and oil
     
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  5. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    I like mixing my water and oils in the same syringe, the viscosity will decrease after you shake the syringe increasing injection speed.

    There is no dangerous interaction.
     
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  6. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    Good to know although I don’t know if anyone actually thought there was a danger in mixing oil and water.
     
  7. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    It is my impression that people tend to fear what they don't know. I don't know exactly what goes on in other people's minds :D
     
  8. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    Better brush up on that! :D
     
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  9. bambam333

    bambam333 Member

    Isn’t there possibility of abscess from mixing water and oil?
     
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  10. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    There’s always a possibility of an abscess regardless of what you inject.
     
  11. bambam333

    bambam333 Member

    That’s true but for some reason I remember hearing it being a much higher chance by mixing oil and water injections. I’m not 100 percent but almost sure I’m actually going to look into it
     
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  12. bambam333

    bambam333 Member

    Yea looks like it’s perfectly fine to do I’ve done it a handful of times with no problem. They say a higher risk of abscess but doesn’t seem too common
     
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  13. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    It doesn't make sense to say there is a higher risk of an abscess.

    Abscesses are extremely rare in the AAS world. Lots of people like to do their prep by the toilet, and even then people don't seem to get infections.
     
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  14. Freakmidd

    Freakmidd Member

    Not trying to post the link so I hope I did this right but here's a clip about the subject..
     
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  15. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    OMG it is so fucking painful watching that video.
    That doctor is throwing out terms to sound smart. "Extrapolate" sounds forced. A normal person wouldn't use extrapolate in that context, however, when I was 16 I learned that word and I would use it all the time. "Esterified form of testosterone"

    He talks so much and says so little. Couldn't finish sorry.
    If you want to discuss something in the video let me know.
     
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  16. Freakmidd

    Freakmidd Member

    I agree definitely a bit drawn out.. points out two doctors with differing opinions, but something for the op to consider..
     
  17. Ryan owen

    Ryan owen Junior Member

    Wont it cause erratic displacement and possibly screw up dosing?
     
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  18. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    Erratic displacement? It's going into the muscle.

    Possibly screw up dosing? You would obviously withdraw the hcg first into the syringe. Do I really need to explain how to measure things on a syringe?
     
  19. Extrapolate isn’t really a big fancy word, and he used “esterfied” to say it’s kinda silly to use that form of T daily for trt. He basically said in the 1st 3 mins that he wouldn’t recommend it cause it might cause some lumps or something.
     
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  20. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    To the average person, extrapolate sounds cool as fuck. At least it did to me. :)
     
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