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Hcg Injection Review

Hcg Injection Review

How to Determine Your hCG Dosage for Weight Loss

Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a common dietary aid used to effectively accelerate weight loss. The hormone is key to helping the body use its own fat to promote energy.  The use of the hormone as a dietary aid was first proposed by a British doctor named Albert Simeons in 1954. The weight loss pioneering doctor suggested that a low-calorie diet used in conjunction with injections or drops of human chorionic gonadotropin would effectively spur the individual to dramatically lose weight.

The benefits of a human chorionic gonadotropin focused diet include:

  • Accelerated weight loss
  • Energy boost from fat being converted to energy
  • Feeling of satisfaction
  • Lean muscle mass is maintained even when the body’s fat reserve is being depleted
  • Reduces appetite
  • Skin does not suffer from excessive sagging which is so common with other weight loss methods

When utilizing hCG drops or injections as a dietary aid to achieve the weight loss you should not experience hunger if you have optimized your dosage correctly.

General Instructions

Take Hcg 5000 IU Injection as instructed by the doctor. It is advised to take this medicine under the supervision of your doctor or a trained healthcare professional.

HCG Dosage

The dose of injectable HCG that your doctor prescribes depends on your sex and the condition being treated.

Before we discuss adjusting your dose, let’s talk about what hunger is and isn’t. An empty feeling is perfectly normal when on the hcg diet. Stomach noises are normal. True hunger is a gnawing ache in your belly that is distracting and creates an almost insatiable desire to eat anything you can get your hands on. A craving for pasta or sweets is not hunger (though it can be the first sign of a wrong dose.) True hunger makes everything sound good, even more of the food you’re allowed on the protocol. True hunger makes no difference in what you eat, just that you eat something.

That true hunger mentioned above is a sign that your dose is off, either too high or too low. 99% of the time the dose is too high, not too low. But let’s discuss signs of which way you need to adjust first.

HCG side effects

Stop using HCG and get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.

Some women using this medicine have developed a condition called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), especially after the first treatment cycle. OHSS can be a life-threatening condition. Call your doctor right away if you have any of the following symptoms of OHSS:

  • severe pelvic pain;
  • swelling of the hands or legs;
  • stomach pain and swelling;
  • shortness of breath;
  • weight gain;
  • diarrhea;
  • nausea or vomiting; or
  • urinating less than normal.

HCG can cause early puberty in young boys. Call your doctor if a boy using this medicine shows early signs of puberty, such as a deepened voice, pubic hair growth, and increased acne or sweating.