Yes, you can, but please read my thoughts on why you may not want to do this.
Why it may be a good idea NOT to prefill syringes with hCG:
In general, it’s best to keep your hCG in the vial until you need it each day as this allows you to change your dose as hCG when needed.
The main reason it may be a good idea to keep your hCG mixture in the vial and take out your hCG on a daily basis from it is in case you need to change your dose mid-round. This happens all the time- in fact, if you are a person who happens to start miraculously on the exact perfect dose of hCG for you, and not need to change the dosage at some point during the round, well you are rare my friend.
By dosing your hCG daily as needed instead of pre-loading your shots, you will be able to adjust your dose as necessary. At the start of each hCG round, sometimes there is a dosage change that needs to be made almost right away as you may find the dose you’re on to be too high or too low to create that non-hunger state that is very important. Additionally, once you find a dose that feels really good and makes you not hungry, you may still find a few weeks in to the diet as you’ve lost weight that you need to reduce or adjust your dose once again- many as they get smaller have found that they’ve needed to gradually reduce their dose of hCG to get the same no-hunger feeling.
If you pre-fill your syringes, you will not be able to change your dose unless you put your injection needle back into the hCG vial and this will dull the needle further making your injection painful. Also it’s just a lot of trouble to do this.
If you do decide you want to pre-load your injections anyway, this is how you can do it:
– Draw up enough hCG for the given dose into each injection syringe, being careful to make sure that the entire chosen area of the syringe is full of the hCG liquid and there are no gaping holes or pockets of air. Do no let the needles touch anything else except where you stick it into the hCG vial and immediately…
– Put the injection caps back on each needle.
– Store the needles in a paper bag or something else that will prevent light from reaching them.
– Store them in the fridge.