| Sensationnel wrote:|
I am on r4or5p2d3 I lost about 40lbs using HCG and with life I have gained it. I am really have doubts about continuing with this round. First my body has changed lately. I notice i am allergic to alot of things I was not previously allergic too. I also wonder if these hormones are doing something adverse to my body and could possible cause damage later ( reading people's stories on the internet is scaring me). My question is for people who have done multiple rounds have you noticed how your body makeup or chemistry has changed and do you worry about it? I am thinking about stopping this round and trying to lose weight the old fashion way, however, i cant seem to get the weight off. Have you been able to lose the weight without hcg?
It is not probable HCG is doing anything damaging to you(based on what you have said so far). I have done WAAYYYYYYY more rounds than I care to admit. This isn't due to adverse effects of HCG it is due to my lifestyle choices along the way. It does become harder to lose on subsequent rounds of hcg. Your body learns very quickly and adapts to resist the loss. I'm very scientific in my approach with almost everything. I read internet material for reference but I dig deeper within myself for more truth as it applies to me. I have hormone issues/imbalance not caused by HCG but by excessive exercise, weightloss, adrenal fatigue and thyroid issues.
After your rounds, what types of food did you eat? Do you consume a lot of sugar and processed foods? Did you go back to your original way of eating?? Do you have a gluten intolerance? Have you had labs done and checked important levels such as vitamin D3, B12, iron, hormones and such? All of these things are important to monitor on ANY weight loss program. Also, google "laser food allergy" that may help you eliminate allergies you may have. I'm pretty certain that HCG is not causing allergies. Gluten is usually the culprit. Also, you may have an autoimmune issues or thyroid issues that could affect you unknowingly. "Normal" is not a good enough answer for your labs from a doctor. Ask for a copy and dissect them yourself with the help of internet references/forums.
BTW--- the good old way of losing weight is bullshyt when you don't know what your paticular issues that causes the weight gain in the first place. If eat less, move more is the approach given to everyone.....someone is gonna fail.
Read the most recent blogs. Also google "hypersensitivity testing and training"
Edited by missyo67 - Jul 09 2013 at 2:42pm