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Do H Cg Drops Cause Fibroids To Grow
No: Homeopathic preparations (it's hard for me to call them medications) are so diluted that there may not be a single molecule of the supposed active ingredient. Their theory seems to be that the active ingredient results in some sort of alteration in the solution irrespective of the ridiculous concentration. Accordingly, there can be no actual effect of any sort. Read more
Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. 1 of every 3 women of child-bearing age have these tumors and up to 80% of african-american women have fibroids. They are often asymptomatic but they can also cause significant symptoms. It is the most common cause of heavy menstrual bleeding. Pelvic pain and increased urinary frequency ...Read more
No: No, it can't. The homeopathic diet aid you're referring to isn't the full strength hormone, it's much less than 1/1, 000 of the normal dose. The only way there would be a concern about DVT or pe would be a rather rare occurrence of clotting and that typically only happens when you get larger doses that react adversely with your hormones as reported at http://www. Drugs. Com/hcg. Html. Read more
No: HCG and Methotrexate should not be taken in combination. The mechanism of action in weight loss which is what I think you are taking HCG for is unknown. If you were to take methotrexate during pregnancy it will affect and may cause a miscarriage. So, I would be careful. It may not work and you will be wasting time and money. Read more
Probably okay: It is probably okay I'm but there's no research that I know of on taking this combination with hCG Read more
Simeons' Diet?: Hcg diet, its "full of c**p" - to use a nonmedical phrase. It's based on using HCG (which doesn't work in the first place), but you can't get HCG expect by prescription and then it's only given by injection. By law, the drops can't contain any hcg, so it's like adding expensive water to your meals. All the so-called HCG diets use a very low calorie intake to get you to lose weight, not due to hcg. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Homeopathic remedies are prepared in very minute quantities. Otc pregnancy tests are likely to give unreliable results detecting so-called "homeopathic hcg." also, this form of HCG is not an approved homeopathic remedy and the fda withdrew it from the market in late 2011. http://www. Fda. Gov/newsevents/newsroom/pressannouncements/ucm282334.htm. Read more
BIOTECH HCG: There is no objective data available. HCG supplementation has not shown much in the way of benefit. Discuss with your doctor your concerns and other options may be available Read more
I am having trouble conceiving and heard that hCG drops would help my chances of conveiving higher. Please help?
Oral HCG: Hcg should only be obtained from a physician and should only be used under physician supervision. When a doctor writes you a prescription it will go to a pharmacy to be filled and the process is handled like any other medication. Know the laws in your jurisdiction and beware. Read more
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