Pregnyl Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) or HCG known as Pregnyl is a potent polypeptide hormone discovered in the womb of pregnant women. HCG has the same effect on the body as Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which is produced in the pituitary gland of men and women. Along with another hormone of the pituitary gland, follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), LH controls the action of reproductive organs (female ovaries and testes in men). These hormones are necessary for the proper growth and development of ova and sperm.
Dosage and Administration:
Pregnyl 1000 IU is a fine white powder in a vial to be mixed with bacteriostatic water. The powder should be stored in dry and cool places without direct sunlight. The solution should be used with subcutaneous injection into the body fat using a very small needle or intramuscular injection with a suitable one. Once combined in solution, GHRP-6 should be stored in a refrigerator (between 2 and 8 ° C / 36 ° F and 46 ° F) because the amino acid chain is likely to disintegrate and this may affect its effectiveness.There are several purposes for using HCG and, as a result, several dosing protocols. For ovarian stimulation (fertility aid), HCG is administered at the right time during the menstrual cycle at a dose of 5000 to 10,000 International Units (IU). When used to treat low testosterone, which may last from 6 weeks to one year. Short-term plans typically require 500-1000 IU three times per week in the period for three weeks, followed by 500-1000 IU two times a week for three weeks. Long-term doses of HCG usually range from 4,000 IU and are administered three times a week for six to nine months. This will usually be followed by another three months of treatment at a dose of 2,000 IU three times a week.
If overdose of Pregnyl is suspected, contact your Doctor immediately.