HCG Injections Dangers
The HCG injections has been around for over 50 years. While there are no proven long term or short-term side effects with the homeopathic HCG drops, it is always recommended to consult a physician before starting any new diet program.
Risks associated with the HCG injections
One risk that comes with using HCG injections is a possibility of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS). OHSS is caused by the hCG over stimulating the ovaries. This is far more common when hCG is used for fertility because it is used in such a high dose, ranging from 2500 – 10000 IUs per dose. While using hCG for dieting purposes, the dose will not exceed 200 IUs per day. OHSS rarely, if ever, occurs in women who only take fertility medicines by mouth.
When injecting any form of liquid, there is also a risk of blood clots. Blood clots form when there is damage to the lining of a blood vessel, either an artery or a vein. If you are not sure how to use the hCG injections, we strongly recommend that you speak with the physician that prescribed the diet for you to ensure you are doing it correctly.
The HCG injections are also considered a controlled substance to the FDA. A prescription is required when taking these. It is important that you are under constant doctor care when doing the HCG injections.
HCG Injections and HCG Diet Drops
The HCG drops tend to be a lot easier for customers. They can simply carry them with them and do not have to worry about painful HCG injections. Through Your HCG, the drops are less than half the cost of HCG injections through a doctors office.
Also, with your purchase from Your HCG you will receive the HCG diet, recipes, tips, plus unlimited support. This is something that is usually not included with the HCG injections.
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