HCG reconstituted in sodium choloride?

  1. HCG reconstituted in sodium choloride?


    I ordered BAC water, but they sent me sodium chorloide, i was told by several people they have used this before and that its okay- is this true?
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  2. It's fine... I prefer the BAC water but the sodium chloride solution will do.

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  3. Sodium Chloride... what does that do to stop bacteria?
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  4. Most microorganisms can't survive in an overly salty environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk View Post
    Most microorganisms can't survive in an overly salty environment.
    Although I've heard crabs thrive in it...

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  6. its fine. As long as your HCG came sterile and your NaCL came sterile, you are golden.
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  7. hanks gents
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  8. Well.....here's my opinion.

    0.9% normal saline contains 154 mEq/L of Na+ and Cl−. It has a slightly higher degree of osmolarity (i.e. more solute per litre) than blood (hence, though it is said to be isotonic with blood in clinical contexts, this is technically inaccurate). Nonetheless, the osmolarity of normal saline is a close approximation to the osmolarity of NaCl in blood. So essentially, bacteria can thrive in that environment if introduced due to poor aseptic technique. However, the cold environment of the fridge (where you'll store it) will help to inhibit/slow potential microbial growth.

    Now, if you were using it as a single dose, it wouldn't matter either way; but for storage, make sure you're using bacterial static water (which contains benzyl alcohol) if possible and keeping it in the fridge. This is the best way to ultimately prevent unwanted microbial growth.

    You can get 30-60 days out your hCG (depending on who you talk to) after you reconstitute the powder. I've used it for 60+ days that way and still evinced appropriate effects from an anecdotal standpoint.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    You can get 30-60 days out your hCG (depending on who you talk to) after you reconstitute the powder. I've used it for 60+ days that way and still evinced appropriate effects from an anecdotal standpoint.
    I remember you saying it can go up to 60 days... I'm going to test it out myself very soon.

    I hated waisting lots of hCG after only 30 days lol

  10. Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk View Post
    I remember you saying it can go up to 60 days... I'm going to test it out myself very soon.

    I hated waisting lots of hCG after only 30 days lol
    I will be pushing the past 30 day point on my upcoming cycle (Long AndoMass/Potentially Tbol kicker), but I have a second vial if needed.
    Just inject.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk View Post
    I remember you saying it can go up to 60 days... I'm going to test it out myself very soon.

    I hated waisting lots of hCG after only 30 days lol
    You should be g2g for 60 days if the storage is good. It certainly does suck wasting precious hCG.
  

  
 

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