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    HCG mixing issue

    I tried to mix hcg with bacteriostatic water for the first time. When adding the water, I was not aware of the vacuum seal and it sucked in the water so quickly, that caused it to foam up. In a matter of seconds it settled with just a few tiny bubbles. Did I destroy the peptide? Is it safe to use it now? I have heard that HCG is pretty fragile.
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    I don't think you ruined it, it should be still fine bro.
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    It is good. Simply put it in the fridge. I sometimes even shake my hcg before I inject it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by manofsteel View Post
    It is good. Simply put it in the fridge. I sometimes even shake my hcg before I inject it..
    I would be interested to find out what other people think about doing so.. I have always thought that you shouldn't shake peptides because of their fragility
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    Don't shake it, you can simply ruin it.. About foaming, water normally reacts that way, you shouldn't be worried about that, the vial is vacuum sealed and under pressure, any amount of bac water you add will react exactly the same way.

    You should read reconstitution guide in peptide calculator subforum again.

    https://researchpeptides.com/5031-pe...ial-users.html
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    Gently roll or swirl the vial and you are good.
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    Some peptide structures tend to be more delicate than others, and hCG is one of the most fragile. When mixing human Growth Hormone, HCG, or another peptide, it is best to simply let the bacteriostatic water slowly enter the vial down the side of it, instead of squirting it right into the powder.

    Quote Originally Posted by manofsteel View Post
    It is good. Simply put it in the fridge. I sometimes even shake my hcg before I inject it..
    Shaking it before injecting?? I'd stop doing that..
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    As mentioned earlier wee man, you should be perfectly fine, but if you're worried about it and got more hcg, simply reconstitute a fresh one.
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    For me the exact same thing happens pretty much every time and haven't had any problems.
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    The vacuum seal is a great thing and it will be good. Personally, I prefer 0.9% NaCL (normal over bacteriostatic water for HCG.

    When it's mixed you should never shake or freeze it.
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    Don't expect the HCG to be good for a long time with sodium chloride as a preservative, only around thirty days.. Much longer if reconstituted with bacteriostatic water.
    However if you are using 2500iu HCG vials then sodium chloride would probably be fine.

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