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Omnitrition H Cg Drops Dangers
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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Why does everyone opposing hCG drops fail to mention a single harmful physiological effect of the substance in men? Can anyone identify one?
No good studies yet?: Information on harmful effects of hcg, of a particular brand, quality, or amount; on men of a particular age, race, bmi, lifestyle, etc., may not be available (if such research has not been done). In modern medicine, research starts when scientists have a strong belief that a chemical is beneficial. Then they must get funding to set up randomized blinded controlled studies to test the hypothesis. ...Read more
Have read that hCG drops at some point after it peaks. Is it possible for it to drop to 12 for example? Or it stays much higher than this until term?
Hcg: Usually you don't see this big of a drop. Sounds like you should follow up with your pcp or gyn. ...Read more
Why the question?: Stay away from this! You are an adult & should know better. ...Read more
Many: The U.S. FDA, has approved the hormone HCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin, for the treatment of infertility. It also has become popular for weight loss. HCG can cause blood clots, pain at the site of the injection, numbness, tingling, confusion, dizziness and headaches. Women are prone to a condition known as ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome, a potentially life-threatening disorder. ...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
No: There isn't any scientific evidence that they work. Best wishes! ...Read more
Neither one: Has been shown to work, at all. ...Read more
Not recommended: Hcg "drops" were taken off the market in december 2011. The fda and ftc sent warning letters to multiple companies selling these products for making unsubstantiated claims. Http://tinyurl. Com/mqklddh homeopathic HCG differs from products given by injection, which are still on the market. Besides the daily injections, a 500 calorie diet is also required. The HCG supposedly prevents hunger. ...Read more
14 days before: Ovulation occurs consistently about 14 days before your next cycle. If you know how many days there are from the first day of the bleeding during your normal cycle just subtract 14 days. This allows you to predict when you should be ovulating. First time after a miscarriage will vary widely from person to person. ...Read more
Only shots work. ..: Hcg (human chorionic gonadotropin) is a protein and only works in shot form - HCG drops and pills are *bogus* products sold to women on the "hcg diet". Hcg is used as part of fertility treatments, most often as a 'trigger shot' to tell your ovaries when to ovulate when taking medicines to increase egg production, or during in vitro fertilization (ivf) as a trigger or to help follicle development. ...Read more
Is there clinical evidence, in terms of studies or case reports, that hCG drops have harmful effects, especially hormonal in men? 10ml for 30days.
Yes: Hcg, I suppose u mean human chorionic gonadotropin, a hormone secreted in high doses in pregnant woman. As senior resident at ucsf, dr. Gilman, reknowned author of clinical pharmacology text for med students, had me research HCG use in california weight clinics (injections). The research was used as an affadavit, used by the ftc in court resulting in closing all the clinics (1974). Don't use it. ...Read more
If u do the HCG: Diet u should have close monitoring by a doctor, drops are usually garbage in my opinion, I offer pts the HCG diet, but before they can do it, I do a h&p and certain blood tests to make sure they are candidates and we use subq injectable HCG and a 500 cal diet that we monitor closely. ...Read more
NONE! Why did you: Waste your money on "hcg" drops, which aren't hcg? Hcg is available only by prescription and given by injection only. Who knows what you're taking and what harm it could do to you? I certainly don't. ...Read more
Unable to answer: I googled hCG drops. If you're buying them on the Internet, They are not even human chronic gonadotropin. Therefore, Your hCG level would not rise. If you're getting them from a physician, you should ask the physician because he or she would know the composition of what you're taking. Sorry I cannot give you a better answer without more information like the brand of what you're using. ...Read more
Pregnancy test: The "HCG diet plan" only works if you adhere to the accopanying low-calorie diet. I hope you didn't pay much money for this stuff. If you are to be tested for pregnancy, tell your physician you took the stuff. There are rumors it can produce a false-positive pregnancy test; this is still unsettled. ...Read more
Can I take? Can I take vpx meltdown? Is it safe? Does it work? Or should I take hCG drops? Thank you
How safe is it to take the oral homeopathic hCG drops to lose weight. Everyone seems to be losing a lot on it. My friend joined "shape reclaimed".
Not recommended: Homeopathic HCG was taken off the market in december 2011. The fda and ftc issued warning letters to multiple companies selling these products for making unsubstantiated claims. Http://tinyurl. Com/mqklddh homeopathic HCG differs from products given by injection, which are still on the market. Besides the daily injections, a 500 calorie diet is also required. The HCG supposedly prevents hunger. ...Read more