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    Need help.....how to handle an unexpected break.

    I need help, I have been doing 22 days of and completed 20 hcg injections (as doing 1 skip day a week). I was going to do a 40 day run but I experienced a death in the family and left my house without my HCG and no way to get it. II am not hungry and haven’t been on this round. I have lost 17 pounds on this round so far and don’t want to loose my momentum as I am now 23 pounds from my goal.....So I was goin to just eat VLC for 3 days and go to P3. Anyone have experience with doing this short of a round? Any suggestions... oh this is my 3rd round of HCG in 6 years. I had a Sleeve and was doing hcg to break a year long stall as reset my hormones/lepton resistance I have had and am absolutely thrilled with my results this time and want optimize this run. Anyone have any advice or experience.
    Should I restart or just move into P3.

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    Super Chief-Ninja Moderator grammy1952's Avatar
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    5 rounds, down 78# and at goal
    How long will you be gone? You could go back to hcg after you get home. You're pretty close to the necessary days before an interruption so you might be all right to just resume and finish out your 40 days. It's too early to stop anyway so you might as well push on.

    Sorry about your loss!
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