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    Senior Member Sitori's Avatar
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    Question hcg diet after pregnancy....

    Does anyone know information on starting a round after having a baby?? I can't seem to find anything online about it. I know huge amounts of HCG are in your system for some time after delivering, I think somewhere around 8 weeks. ?

    Is it safe to do a round to loose the baby weight afterwards? What about breast feeding? How long Are you supposed to wait until starting a round? This is for future reference but would like to know now

    Please let me know where I can find information on this! Or if anyone has experience with this.

    Thanks!

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    I wouldn't do it while breast feeding just to be safe.
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    I was warned against any high protein diets while breast feeding. From what I've been told, the ketones will be present in the milk and can harm the baby. I would go as far as to assume the HCG would also be found in the milk. I don't know what the reprecussions of such would be but I wouldn't chance it.
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    I wouldn't.... what if the baby lost abnormal fat cuz he got some of your hcg? They need that chub! Breast feeding itself burns off a huge amount of calories.
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    I think it's safest to wait until after your done breastfeeding (if you choose to do that). If not, it's something to ask your doctor about at the 6 week postpardum exam.

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    You will be releasing all sorts of dangerous toxins from your stored fat and it will go right into your breast milk. Wait until you are done nursing the baby.

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    I started when my little one was was 5 months old. I would have started sooner but I didn't want to be on P2 during football season or the holidays.
    I would wait at least 6-8 weeks and definitely after breastfeeding. Good Luck!

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