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Hcg Apple Days

Hcg Apple Days

What is the HCG diet?

HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin and is the hormone produced by women during pregnancy.

In the 1950s, British physician Dr. Albert T. Simeons used HCG injections for the treatment of obesity.

He suggested that the addition of HCG to a reduced-calorie diet might help dieters stay on track (adherence), reduce hunger cravings during food restriction, and promote fat loss.

The Simeons HCG protocol entailed daily injections of 125 international units (IU) six times per week for a total of 40 injections.  The diet component consisted of 500 calories per day broken up into two daily meals.

HCG Interactions

Tell your doctor all the medications you're taking.

This also includes prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins and other dietary supplements (nutritional shakes, protein powders, etc.), herbal remedies and any illegal and recreational drugs.

Ask your doctor or pharmacist about HCG if you're taking any medications that affect your blood. This includes:

Drugs for clotting disorders like coagulation factors IX and VIIa

Drugs that increase red blood cell production like epoetin alfa (Epogen, Procrit), factor VIII concentrate (Humate-P ), and darbepoetin (Aransep )

Cancer drugs affecting blood supply like bevacizumab (Avastin), lenalidomide (Revlimid), and thalidomide ( Thalidomid)

tretinoin (Atralin, Avita, Renova, Retin-A )

HCG and Alcohol

Alcohol can cause birth defects, so if you're taking HCG in hopes of getting pregnant, avoid drinking alcohol during this time.


It is important to carefully monitor, the HCG drops dosage, to ensure that you get the correct hormone amount for your weight and size. For both men and women, the HCG hormone comes in the form of muscle injections, pills, as well as oral drops.

Those aged 16 years and above should take between 125 and 200 i.u every day.

Make sure that you are receiving the correct dosage, because an overdose may cause headaches,vomiting and nausea, and muscle cramps.

If your aim is to lose that unwanted weight, HCG for weight loss has been proved to work effectively. The HCG dosage, when combined with the diet plan stimulates the hypothalamus gland, which proceeds to rev up the body’s metabolism.

Side Effects of HCG

  • Entering puberty sooner than normal
  • Painful rupture or swelling of the ovaries
  • Allergic reactions, including life-threatening ones
  • Blood clots
  • Multiple pregnancies (conceiving twins or triplets)


Excessive vaginal bleeding - This medicine should not be used in women who are experiencing abnormal vaginal bleeding due to undetermined cause.

Other disease - Report any instances of bleeding or clotting disorders, asthma, and other obstructive diseases, a heart or blood vessel disorder etc. to the doctor. Use of this medicine may worsen the symptoms of these diseases and hence caution is advised.

Test to determine safety of use - It is advised to both men and women should undergo suitable tests to determine the safety of use of this medicine. It is also advised to keep a regular check on the hormonal levels while taking this medicine.

Multiple birth - Use of this medicine can cause multiple births. You should discuss the risks of multiple births, ectopic pregnancy or other complications with the doctor before therapy with this medicine is initiated.