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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    5000 iu won't be good for 40 days. You'll need to remix at 30 days or a few days after that. If you're still hungry tomorrow, try going up to 150. You do take off one day a week when you're doing the long round. You take a 6 week break. Read the Pounds and Inches manuscript. That's our "bible."
    Can someone please explain when to do the 6 week break. I've tried to find it in Pounds and Inches and am not finding it. I'm doing a 40 day round. When do I do the 6 week break? Thank you

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    The six week break is 3 weeks of P3 plus 3 more (known as P4) after round 1.

    After each round, you have the same 3 weeks of P3, and then increasing lengths of P4.
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    Hello mate,

    I am new user here. glad to read about this topic.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    I'm on day 10 of P2 and experiencing hunger. I am taking the Nu Image pellets and had no hunger until 4 days ago. I skipped taking the a pellet two days ago I was not hungry on the skipped day toward the afternoon and eve. I have taken a 1/2 pellet yesterday and today. I have been extra active yesterday and last Thursday, when the hunger started. I did a bunch of yard work that required labor. Is this a dose problem or an activity problem? What to do to fix this? Anyone else taking pellets that had to adjust?

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    Generally, we find the Nu Image pellets carry too high a dose. Are yours the 500iu ones?
    If so, halving them was a good idea. You might even find you need to halve them again.

    The yard work could have been a factor. Let's see how you feel after a day without extra exertion.
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    Thanks Leez, I will keep it at half a pellet tomorrow, that would be 3 days on a 1/2 pellet. Then adjust to 1/4 pellet day after tomorrow.

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    No, after 4 days on the same dose, you need to skip a dose if you are still hungry. Otherwise, you could be adjusting in the wrong direction. In addition, if you are still too high, skipping ensures that you get relief much sooner.
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    Okay, so I know Grammy says if you’re hungry at night, lower the dose by skipping the next day first and seeing how you feel, then lower by .25. What I wondering is, if I skip a day, won’t I be soooo hungry? I started with 175 and I felt ok, just a little hungry at different times of the day. I read that if you lower your dose you might avoid all hunger, so, I went from 175 (.17), to 150 from one day to the next. The 150 (.15) day was terrible. I was STARVING, ravenous, and exhausted. I do not want another day like that. I also had conflicting dosage info from ushcg. One thing said to do .17, the other said either .125 or .15 is best. Super confused about what to do but don’t think this hunger is not sustainable. Also, don’t know if it matters, but I’m 5’3” and 150 and on VLCD 3. Gained 2 and lost 5.

    I mixed 5000 IU’s w 5ml bacteriostatic water.

    Help?

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    Now on VLCD 5. Was starving again yesterday from about after lunch until dinner. Felt okay after dinner. Hungry, but manageable. Also on day 2 of no weight loss. I probably won’t continue this much longer with this extreme hunger and no results.

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    You can't just drop your dose and feel better. It takes several days for the blood levels of hcg to fall. that's why I tell people to skip an injection. When you do that, you usually feel better by evening.What dose are you on now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    You can't just drop your dose and feel better. It takes several days for the blood levels of hcg to fall. that's why I tell people to skip an injection. When you do that, you usually feel better by evening.What dose are you on now?
    I upped it to .2 or 20 on the syringe. I feel ok so far today. A little hungry but can feel the extra energy boost from the shot. Grammy, do you think I should skip tomorrow’s shot? If I’m feeling no hunger by tomorrow evening I should lower the dose? To what? I’m nervous about skipping because I get relief when I do the shot every day. I wake up very hungry.

    I also usually feel ravenous between 1-6, between lunch and dinner, but ok after dinner.

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    That's a very high dose but maybe you need it. If you find out you're suddenly ravenous, you'll know you went the wrong way. LOL
    My expert Hcg Diet advice is based specifically on the original Simeons Protocol. Grammy's personal protocol:Grammy's Hcg Diet Protocol
    Grammy's author website: ColleenCoble.com

    I am not a medical doctor and my statements are not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any medical condition. Please always check with your doctor for medical questions and assistance. Medical Disclaimer:

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