Are hCG drops good for dieting?

No. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is a protein. Proteins are digested in the stomach and do not enter the blood stream when consumed orally.
No data. I am not aware of any real data in medical journals. Most formulations have tiny or no actual hcg. Of course, if you also go on a very low calorie diet, you will lose weight. Most experts emphasize healthy diet, exercise, and behavior modification.

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Where to buy hCG drops?

Not recommended. HCG drops are not recommended by any physician for any formal indication. We are also not able to tell you where to buy or endorse these supplements. Read more...

What are the side effects of hCG drops and injections?

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...

Can you take hCG drops 1234 while on 25 mg of methotrxate?

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...

Are the hCG drops safe to loose weight? Does it really work?

Diet sounds unsafe. The HCG diet has a person eating 500 calories a day for more than a month. That's just one big slice of pizza a day. A 4-month old baby eats 500 calories a day. Anybody on 500 calories a day is on a starvation diet and will lose weight. It doesn't sound safe. Extremely low calorie diets don't work because the weight comes back when one starts eating again. Long-term lifestyle changes are needed. Read more...
HCG Diets Illegal. The fda had deemed HCG products to be fraudulent and are now illegal! more information can be found on the fda website at: http://www.Fda.Gov/forconsumers/consumerupdates/ucm281333.Htm. Read more...
Won't work. There isn't enough HCG in a homeopathic remedy to work. It can only be done under the supervision of a trained physician to make sure it is done the right way and safe. You need the injectable HCG and strict adherence to the original 500 calorie diet to work. Read more...

Do doctors have positive reviews for hCG drops and injections?

No. There isn't any scientific evidence that they work. Best wishes! Read more...
Placebo. They work if, and only if, you comply with the diet and exercise guidance that the pricey supplement is sold with. Read more...

I've heard of hCG drops and I was wondering what side effects it may have?

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...