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    not sure what round, but in P2, doing SQ injections

    rheumatoid arthritis

    I was just diagnosed with RA and am now taking Methatrexate to treat it. Would this create a difficulty with using HCG to lose weight? I've successfully used HCG in the past and want to lose the 30 # that creeped up on me. anyone else with this problem? thanks for your help.

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    Super Chief-Ninja Moderator grammy1952's Avatar
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    Hopefully someone will chime in. I'm not familiar with drug interactions, and that is a high powered one.
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    Chief Moderator (my happy place :) Leez's Avatar
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    I did a little reading on methotrexate, and interestingly, it does affect HCG levels when use in treatment of ectopic pregnancy. Now whether that happens to someone who is not experiencing that or not, I have no idea. But there does seem to be some kind of connection of methotrexate to HCG.

    I encourage you to explore this with your doctor.
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