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Thread: Here we go again...any motivating advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmasavannah123 View Post
    .....This protocol is easy when there isn't any hunger (and meat aversion hasn't set it yet). Is this how it's supposed to feel all the time?....
    Yes. If dose is right, the only hunger you should feel is maybe just a little right before normal mealtimes. Some don't even have that. I've often forgotten to eat in P2 because there just wasn't any hunger.
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    I think its better to do the skip test. Skip your first 2 doses tomorrow and then see how you feel when its time for the evening dose. If you feel no hunger, it means your current dosing is too high. If you get strong hunger at that time, that would mean you need to increase. Adjustment should be 2 drops up or down at each dosing time.

    The 10 drops 3X a day is at the low end, so its not uncommon to need to increase. However, there are some that do need less. The skip day is the only way to be sure.
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    Hopefully that adjustment will work for you. Keep us updated.
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    What kind of awful?
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    Sorry you're feeling so awful! What drops are you using? They contain hcg for sure, right? It looks like you haven't tried a skip day?

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    It's always so aggravating when it's hard to figure out. Were you feeling weak or nauseated or what?

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    So true.!

    Quote Originally Posted by Emmasavannah123 View Post
    I must admit though...there's nothing quite like the end of the day and start of the next day when you've stuck to the diet.

    End of the day: you know you've done well by yourself, that you've set yourself up for success
    Start of day: You feel smaller, you feel motivated
    So true!!!

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    Not sure what happened to my post. My question is about pills versus shots. I go to Red Mountain med spa for hCG and they only have pills. Is it the same? Same rules apply as far as skip days? What are the differences? Thanks in advance!

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    It depends what the pills are. Are they real HCG? If they are homeopathic, there are some different rules for that. Skip days and transition to P3 are handled differently (shorter times).

    If they are real HCG, then they work the same way as if you used the mixture that is injected, only orally. The problem with the pills is that should you need a dose adjustment, you really can't be accurate in changing dose by just breaking a pill. What you would need to do is dissolve the HCG in a certain formula with purified water and then calculate how much you need to take for an adjusted dose. But if you decide to go this way, we can help you with that.

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    I see you are in Phx - I used to live there - east of I-17 between Happy Valley and Carefree Hwy

    For other hhcg options, check out InsideOutWellness.net
    They have drops, tablets, and nasal spray. I like the spray the best.
    I find hhcg works the same for me as injections; I am really sensitive to the shots and take a small dose of 85 in. The hhcg dosage is better for my situation. Tablets and drops require 15 minutes before eating / drinking, and then waiting another 15 minutes to eat or drink. The nasal spray doesn't go into your digestive system so doesn't have those restrictions.

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