Why not use one of the 1cc syringes to inject the Hcg mixture into a pre-filled Bacteriostatic Water vial. One could adjust the daily iu's by removing the amount needed. 31ml mixtures starts you out for 161iu's daily. Removing additional Bacteriostatic Water would strengthen each dose.
I'd suggest removing at least 1ml Bacteriostatic Water to compensate for the 1ml Hcg mixture added to vail.
I remember reading about the injection sites. I even found a site for video. Just do a search for "insulin injection video" that will help on injections. I haven't heard anyone doing more then 1 ml, besides it's easier math with 1ml too. LOL
The light in my fridge goes out when I close the door. 25-30 days won't make a big difference. The Bacteriostatic water vialed are tinted, also to prevent sunlight, to protect from bacteria growth.
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