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    Wondering if anyone has had the opportunity of using these people for hcg? I recently ordered some and received it fast and not to expensive but I'm worried about trying it as it came from India and I haven't a clue as to if it's safe. It seems clean as it's sealed like any other bottle and the water that came with it is in ampules. Any thoughts would be appreciated as I'm in a race to knock my wife up for one more baby before it's too late! Thanks again !

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    Consider this; most of the "generic" drugs you purchase from your local pharmacy here in the States comes from overseas pharmacy manufactures...most from India.

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    Hi. Does anyone know which of their hcg products comes with bact. water?
    My M.D. and his N.P. will not rx it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jger242 View Post
    Hi. Does anyone know which of their hcg products comes with bact. water?
    My M.D. and his N.P. will not rx it.

    Send this to your Dr/NP and have them read it:
    The Use of HCG to Prevent / Reverse Testicular Shrinkage and Preserve Fertility



    Than ask them WHY all the top HRT Physicians in the country prescribe it for their TRT Patients.
    Last edited by Nelson Vergel; 01-20-2016 at 10:40 AM.

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    I gave both of them a copy of Dr. Crisler's "hcg update" . They said it was an off label use that was not necessary. The m.d. would not check my e2 until I had my own labs done through labcorp and my e2 came in at 159.8 (range approx. 7.6-43). He almost stopped try when my hematocrit went up to 58. I showed him articles about therapeutic phlebotomy and he finally agreed. Now hct is down to 50 after 2 phlebotomies.As you know some drs have fragile egos and I've rec'd necessary treatment so do not want to upset him too much. Thanks for the reply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jger242 View Post
    I gave both of them a copy of Dr. Crisler's "hcg update" . They said it was an off label use that was not necessary. The m.d. would not check my e2 until I had my own labs done through labcorp and my e2 came in at 159.8 (range approx. 7.6-43). He almost stopped try when my hematocrit went up to 58. I showed him articles about therapeutic phlebotomy and he finally agreed. Now hct is down to 50 after 2 phlebotomies.As you know some drs have fragile egos and I've rec'd necessary treatment so do not want to upset him too much. Thanks for the reply...
    Jesus...you need a new Doctor...seriously. Consult with Defy, and get quality care from the most knowledgeable folks in the TRT business.

    Regarding your question about bacteriostatic water...you can buy it at most online medical supply companies. Very cheap, maybe $7 for a 30mL vial, and no prescription necessary. If you were talking about HCG, then of course, you need a script.

    The pharmacies that Defy uses includes the bac water, and syringes for reconstitution free of charge with any HCG prescription. I get the 11,000 IU vial of HCG, and it costs approx $72. Pretty cheap.

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    100% agree. Your doctor is holding you back from any chance of success with TRT

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Size:  78.4 KB what does this mean? I just made this order and it says no? it says negative data found on account, but it shows up in my order status.

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    I had a similar issue when I ordered from them. They send you a confirmation email. the first one I got was mailed to me as denied, and didn't go through. I re-order with echeck and it went through.

    I'd give it another try.

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    Ive not had any problems using echeck thru safemeds4all. Make sure that your bank routing and account #'s are correct.
    Further, you can simply google bact water and order it online very easily from any number of places. Further, I didn't like getting HCG online as it comes is a tiny 1 or 2mL vial that just wasn't compatible with how I like to mix and dose. for 5000iu, I want atleast a 5mL vial...I mix it @ 1mL to 1000iu ratio.

    Defy's HCG support program will get you a 5000iu vial, with mixing kit and syringe, for $40 plus shipping.

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    looks like that's what i'm going to have to do.

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    I have used safemeds4all for 5 years with zero issues. I recommend using e-check to avoid your credit card company stopping the charge or hassling you because the charge may come from another country.

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    Are there easy prepaid credit cards that accept international purchases to avoid the e-check worry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielCA View Post
    Are there easy prepaid credit cards that accept international purchases to avoid the e-check worry?
    I looked into them. Very expensive to use, I do use my regular checking account for e-check. It's probably not the safest thing to do, I should look into a checking account just for e-checks
    I am not a medical practitioner. Any suggestions I provide are not medical recommendations and are just my opinions. Please consult with your physician on any matters concerning your health.

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    prepaid cards will not work for international transactions. Echeck is the way to go. Most sites will also discount 10% when using that method.

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    Thanks Zooka15. Is the concern with the e-check that they may withdraw more than you're authorizing? Do most folks open a bank account and only deposit funds used for these transactions?

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    I have been using my main account , no issues so far

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    Some people just aren't going to do it no matter how you explain it to them.

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    You can always use a money order for exact amount. Routing number and account number pretty much same as a check and, very safe.

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