I think what might be best is to first figure out how many iu’s of hCG you injected and how different it is from your regular dosage. To figure that out, follow my little guide that shows you how to find the different dosages on the syringe – click on the one that goes with the way you mixed your hCG to begin with, because that’s important.
Your dose on the syringe – when you mixed 5,000iu hCG with 5ml mixing solution
Your dose on the syringe – when you mixed 5,000iu hCG with 10ml mixing solution
While you may not see how much you injected showing on those syringes, you could be able to tell pretty easily by the way you see the numbers going up, what the equivalent iu dose is for what mark you went to on your syringe for this too high dose. (ie, if you have a 100 unit syringe, and your normal dose is 15 units, which is 150iu, then if you accidentally injected 75 units, that would be 750 iu if you mixed in 1 to 1 ratio. Or on a 50 unit syringe, if you accidentally did 40 units, that’s 400ius if you mixed 1: 1 ratio – which is 5,000iu hCG with 5ml’s mixing solution)
I’ll give you a couple examples and what I might do in each case if it were me.
Example 1: Let’s say my normal dose is 150iu, and I accidentally injected 750iu. That definitely a much larger dose. In this case, I would probably skip my dose for 2 days or so, and then begin injecting again on the 3rd day.
Example 2: Maybe my normal dose is 125iu and I accidentally injected 250iu. In this case, it’s possible that I may not even skip one day- I might be extra hungry the day of the higher dosage, so I’d utilize my not-really-cheats tricks for hCG that day, then maybe continue my dosage at 125iu the next day as normal.
I hope that helps!