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Ok I did HCG months ago lost alot of weight and stabilized perfectly and held weight loss for months now. I decided to do it again to drop another 10lbs well I regret starting it again im down another 7lbs in 10 days but look the same everything fits the same and I was already at ideal weight. My question is this should I quit hcg and go through my stablizing for 3 weeks or should I just start eating as I did before because since I look the same and im only on day 11 my hypotymus would still be set at my previous weight before I started 2nd round right? I dont mind going through the stablizing again and setting at my new weight but im worried since I have only done hcg for 10 full days that the stablizing wont help and I will go back to origianl weight before 2nd round since they say you must do minimum 23 days. Any help is appreciated. I hope I made sense too

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  1. kbj's Avatar
    Dr. S says:

    "We never give a treatment lasting less than 26 days, even in patients needing to lose only 5 pounds. It seems that even in the mildest cases of obesity the diencephalon requires about three weeks rest from the maximal exertion to which it has been previously subjected in order to regain fully its normal fat-banking capacity. Clinically this expresses itself, in the fact that, when in these mild cases, treatment is stopped as soon as the weight is normal, which may be achieved in a week, it is much more easily regained than after a full course of 23 injections.

    As soon as such patients have lost all their abnormal superfluous fat, they at once begin to feel ravenously hungry in spite of continued injections. This is because HCG only puts abnormal fat into circulation and cannot, in the doses used, liberate normal fat deposits; indeed, it seems to prevent their consumption. As soon as their statistically normal weight is reached, these patients are put on 800-1000 Calories for the rest of the treatment.

    The diet is arranged in such a way that the weight remains perfectly stationary and is thus continued for three days after the 23rd injection. Only then are the patients free to eat anything they please except sugar and starches for the next three weeks.



    If you quit now and move to P3, it is likely that you will gain back the weight that you have lost this round. If you just start eating as you did before without P3 you might gain more. Often it takes some time for the weight and inches to catch up with each other, so if you are quitting just because you can't tell the difference with the new 7lb loss, your body may just not have finished "settling" yet. If you are quitting because you are ravenous, you may have lost all your abnormal fat, and Dr. S. recommends upping your calories, but staying with the hcg until you've had 23 shots, then go onto P3.

    Good luck, let us know what you decided and how it is going!
  2. nancycreates's Avatar
    I have searched all over to find out what exactly the 800-1000 calorie diet consists of and need some detail. I reached a good weight for my
    height and build and want to increase calories -- how do I do that without messing up the impact of the hcg protocol?