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in HCG Diet Protocol
May 16, 2015 12:20 PM 

mixing

Received my 46 day supplies. Followed included mixing instructions by injecting 5ml of mixing solution into vial of HCG powder (using large mixing needle). I have a second vial of the HCG powder to mix when needed but this just doesn't look like it will last me the duration of the 46 day round. The vials are small & after mixing it's only half full. Is this normal? Also.... What exactly is the "mixing solution" and why is it a red color?
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May 16, 2015 01:33 PM 
I have the same question i just received my order yesterday but the mix is not steriline water is CYANOBOCALAMIN #397. .. im confused can somebody help me please !!!
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May 16, 2015 01:56 PM 
Hello! While looks can be deceiving, the math doesn't lie and will make full sense. 5ml mixed divided by .20 ml taken daily will give you exactly 25 shots per vial, so there is actually a little more than what you need in each vial. This accounts for any mis-mixing or spillage that many occur. As per the color of the solution, Cyanocobalamin is the drug name for B12. This just happens to have a reddish/pinkish coloration to it. We include B12 as a mixing solution at NO ADDITIONAL cost for all our programs, so its just a free upgrade and perk for using the Nu Image Medical program!! So, don't worry, as long as you mixed the proper amounts, there is no way you can possibly run short. Remember, our licensed medical staff is around to answer any questions you need, so just give us a call if you have any issues. :)
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May 16, 2015 02:16 PM 
I have a question can i put the hcg container in the fridge and filled my syringes everyday or should i put it in the syringes?
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Nu Image Medical

May 16, 2015 02:28 PM 
Our suggestion is that you draw up the syringes daily to maintain best sterility. While many people pre-fill their syringes, its not our optimal suggestion.
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May 16, 2015 02:31 PM 
Thank you so much !!! =)
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May 17, 2015 04:59 PM 
My question is off topic but is it OK to have a mixed green salad with grilled chicken as a meal when at work? And can I occasionally substitute a salad for the vegetable with lunch or dinner?
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