Mixing instructions

Wipe the top of your Bacteriostatic water with the alcohol swab. Using the large mixing syringe fill the syringe first with air and insert into the 10ml Bacteriostatic water, this will allow the water to draw out much easier. Draw out 5 ml of water solution. Wipe the top of the HCG vial with the alcohol swab and inject the water into the side of the HCG vial (not directly on top of powder).
Gently roll in your hands to mix.

Injection instructions:

Wash your hands before starting. With an alcohol swab clean the top of the HCG vial. Using a small insulin syringe, draw up and pull to the “12.5” (0.125) mark on the syringe. Use the alcohol swab to clean the skin where you plan to inject the needle. You will want to inject the needle into the fatty belly tissue daily, 3 inches on either side of your belly button. You can alternatively inject into the fatty tissue of the upper thigh.
KEEP REFRIGERATED

If you are using our injectable MIC formula please follow the following instructions. First, locate the 23g needle and 3ml syringe. Next you will remove the seal top of the medication vial. As with all injectable medication, clean the top with a single alcohol swab. Let the alcohol dry before introducing the needle into the vial. After introducing the needle into the vial, turn upside down and allow gravity to assist in drawing up the necessary amount of formula. Typically, this is 1ml of medication.

When injecting MIC formula, you will be using a muscle as the source of tissue. The gluteus is the recommended muscle to use, preferably the right upper quadrant of the gluteus. The deltoid is another option for location of an IM injection. Gently glean the area of injection with a single alcohol swab. Allow the alcohol to dry before injection. Inject the needle into the muscle and draw back on the syringe. This is called aspiration. The rationale for aspiration is to make sure you are not injecting into a blood vessel. Although extremely rare, if you see blood filling the syring gently remove the needle and move laterally toward the pelvis for injection. After you have injected the medication, apply pressure to the site with a clean, dry tissue or cloth. The area may be sore as the medication disperses into the tissue, this may last 2-3 days and usually resolves. If you notice any redness, heat, or pus from the injection site please see an medical professional immediately as this could be a type of skin infection from local skin bacteria.

Mixing instructions

Wipe the top of your Bacteriostatic water with the alcohol swab. Using the large mixing syringe fill the syringe first with air and insert into the 10ml Bacteriostatic water, this will allow the water to draw out much easier. Draw out 5 ml of water solution. Wipe the top of the HCG vial with the alcohol swab and inject the water into the side of the HCG vial (not directly on top of powder).
Gently roll in your hands to mix.

Injection instructions:

Wash your hands before starting. With an alcohol swab clean the top of the HCG vial. Using a small insulin syringe, draw up and pull to the “12.5” (0.125) mark on the syringe. Use the alcohol swab to clean the skin where you plan to inject the needle. You will want to inject the needle into the fatty belly tissue daily, 3 inches on either side of your belly button. You can alternatively inject into the fatty tissue of the upper thigh.
KEEP REFRIGERATED

If you are using our injectable MIC formula please follow the following instructions. First, locate the 23g needle and 3ml syringe. Next you will remove the seal top of the medication vial. As with all injectable medication, clean the top with a single alcohol swab. Let the alcohol dry before introducing the needle into the vial. After introducing the needle into the vial, turn upside down and allow gravity to assist in drawing up the necessary amount of formula. Typically, this is 1ml of medication.

When injecting MIC formula, you will be using a muscle as the source of tissue. The gluteus is the recommended muscle to use, preferably the right upper quadrant of the gluteus. The deltoid is another option for location of an IM injection. Gently glean the area of injection with a single alcohol swab. Allow the alcohol to dry before injection. Inject the needle into the muscle and draw back on the syringe. This is called aspiration. The rationale for aspiration is to make sure you are not injecting into a blood vessel. Although extremely rare, if you see blood filling the syring gently remove the needle and move laterally toward the pelvis for injection. After you have injected the medication, apply pressure to the site with a clean, dry tissue or cloth. The area may be sore as the medication disperses into the tissue, this may last 2-3 days and usually resolves. If you notice any redness, heat, or pus from the injection site please see an medical professional immediately as this could be a type of skin infection from local skin bacteria.

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