No. By definition, a elevated blood HCG level is pregnancy in some form.
You would not be! Hcg is produced immediately after implantation of the embryo and is the basis for all pregnancy tests. A level of zero-you can't be pregnant, assuming the test performed properly.
Hi does taking fertigyn (chorionic-gonadotropin)5000iu injection in early pregnancy increses hCG in body and t line is dark due to it in pregnant tst?
NO. You are using voodoo medicine to try and manipulate nature. If you need help with a fertility problem go to a fertility specialist where they use actual science and can usually help you ovulate if that is what you need..
Ovulation. Hcg is a benign medication for most women. Ovulation is triggered with its use. There can be rare allergic reactions or burning with injection.
Depends. It depends if HCG is coming from a current pregnancy or as a medication given to help trigger ovulation in IUI cycles or help with oocyte maturation in ivf cycles.
Actually, no. This probably would not work to lose weight. It goes up in the beginning of pregnancy, peaks and falls slightly by term. When it goes up, the mother increases in weight and the baby also grows, so it is unlikely that this would result in or enhance weight loss. As of december 6, 2011, the fda has prohibited the sale of "homeopathic" and otc HCG diet products and declared them illegal.
Yes. Hcg diet requires no exercise to lose weight. You must adhere to the diet strictly, 500 calories as outlined by dr. Simeons, and the injection HCG 125 iu daily.
Talk to MD. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is used to initiate ovulation, which occurs in 36-44 hr after the injection. Timing may be off schedule if the dose is missed, so follow up with your doctor.
What treatment? Calling the doctor who prescribed it for you is always my #1 recommendation. The answer depends on why you take it - ovulation trigger in fertility treatments or ivf? Serial doses for luteal support? If you care to be more specific, I may be able to help more - but if this is an ongoing treatment contact your doctor before looking further here.
No. And little evidence that it works. And it is not safe.
500 cal/day?? The weight loss is due to the severe caloric restriction. In men with low testosterone and normal testicles, it may work better because the HCG will increase the testosterone level. In women, HCG may increase progesterone. Higher Progesterone may lead to less anxiety and therefore less eating. Overall, smart eating plus increased activity is a better choice.
See below. This was a diet that was promoted in the 1950's and then someone "rediscoverered" it and it has become just the latest diet fad. It did not work then and it does not work now. It restricts calories to 500 per day which is basically a starvation diet. This will cause weight loss initially but as soon as you go off of it the weight will rapidly come back due the suppressed metabolism.
HCG. Hcg, human chorionic gonadotropin, is produced by men and women. It is always present, all be it in small amounts. It is thought to be responsible for stimulating the gonads (testicles/ovaries) to increase production of certain hormones and is involved in the formation of the placenta. Urine HCG tests only tell you if its present but a blood test is required to give you it's concentration in blood.
It does not. Women usually do not lose weight in early pregancy, and do not ggain that much weight because the fetus is small. Hcg does not causes weight loss.
It usually doesn't. Most women do not lose weight during early pregnancy. When they do, it is usually because of nausea and vomiting from the high estrogen levels, which is an indirect effect of high HCG levels.
Pretty Much. Hcg is also produced by molar pregnancies and choriocarcinoma, a type of cancer that is similar to pregnancy tissue. Outside of these, its just pregnancy.
Immunoassay. A technique known as the immunoassay, first developed by Berson and Yalow in the late '50's and early '60's, and for which they won the Nobel prize in 1977, uses hCG-specific antibodies to quantifiably identify the hCG, then a secondary antibody with a quantifiable marker (color, radioactivity, etc) to identify the hCG/hCG antibody complexes. It remains a very important means of testing in endocri.