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    Intermountain Pellet Question

    Hi all - My first post!!!

    I did Intermountain pellets almost 4 years ago and still had some left. I started a round in January using my old ones and did fine (for those having questions about hhcg expiring). Waited 4 weeks and just started a new round on March 17. I had to order new pellets and when they came they still had the 6x12x30x60x as first ingredient but they were totally different. They are really tiny and do not dissolve like my old ones did.

    Does anyone else have any experience with this?? I do feel hungrier than I did last round - but not horribly so... I have lost 11 pounds (day 14 today) - NO cheating....

    Thanks for any feedback!

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    I am on intermountain hcg pellets and have no issues with them. I just got my new bottle a few weeks ago, after I finished an old one.

    I have always noticed some pellets are smaller, but in all reality the bottle goes way beyond 40 day supply if that helps.

    I didn't feel hungry at all on this round, so not sure what could be going on for you. If I seen a small one, I would just add two bigger ones with it. I have used from intermountain for the last few years with no issues.

    If you think there is a problem, just contact them. They are very good to deal with.

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    thanks for the reply Jayk!! - you're right - they are great to deal with. I emailed them my concerns about the difference in pellets and they offered to send me a 2 oz bottle of drops to try instead. Nice! (though not totally sure if it would be OK to switch over now). I only have 5 more days of P2 left and will make it work....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauravk View Post
    thanks for the reply Jayk!! - you're right - they are great to deal with. I emailed them my concerns about the difference in pellets and they offered to send me a 2 oz bottle of drops to try instead. Nice! (though not totally sure if it would be OK to switch over now). I only have 5 more days of P2 left and will make it work....
    That's awesome. I knew they have always been great for me to deal with. Well if you only have 5 more days, that is not too bad. You must be just doing a short round then?

    At least if they send to you , they keep long time, so save them in case you do another round. But if you continued, it is fine to switch from pellets to drops with no worries.

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    I've been using the Intermountain pellets for 11 days, the only time I find myself slightly hungry is when I work. I have a pretty active job with lots of walking around. I usually get all 10,000 of my steps in during one shift. On the days I don't work I can literally go all day without eating. I actually forget to eat and then at the end of the day around dinner, I'll get a twinge of hunger and remember "Oh shoot, I need to eat." Especially if I've been drinking water all day.
    My weight loss feels a bit slow, but I feel like that is because i've been working a lot which means a lot of activity. I've lost 10.4lbs in that 11 days.

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    You are averaging a pound a day. That is not slow. That is twice the average loss for women. Great results!
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    I have used Intermountain before... years ago and they worked fine. It looks like they are still in business. I'm considering these for my next round, but did so well with Nu Image injections last time that I'm a little afraid of switching things up. Your thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spshell View Post
    I have used Intermountain before... years ago and they worked fine. It looks like they are still in business. I'm considering these for my next round, but did so well with Nu Image injections last time that I'm a little afraid of switching things up. Your thoughts?
    It is a tough decision when you know something works for you. All I can add is that they worked fine for me. If your happy with Nu Image, and they work fine, then maybe you want to stay with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayk View Post
    It is a tough decision when you know something works for you. All I can add is that they worked fine for me. If your happy with Nu Image, and they work fine, then maybe you want to stay with that.
    Thanks. I decided to start with Intermountain. I still have leftover injections in the freezer that I'll finish up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spshell View Post
    Thanks. I decided to start with Intermountain. I still have leftover injections in the freezer that I'll finish up with.
    That's great spshell. I think you will do fine on the pellets, and it is good you also have leftover injections. Always good to be prepared in case.

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    I just finished a bottle that said Lot# 012017 exp. JAN 2019, so it was a year old. I didn't think it was as effective as the previous bottle [don't know the lot#.] The new bottle I just got says Lot# 082017 exp. Aug 2019, so it's already 6 months old, even though I only bought it 2 weeks ago. I'll see if there's a difference, but the pellets in the new bottle are all larger on average than the ones in the bottle I just finished. Interesting...I also remembered that you're supposed to keep homeopathic remedies away from cell phones and other sources of EMF. That could make them lose efficacy, so maybe that's why the bottle I just finished didn't seem as effective. The expiration date is actually meaningless; they just have to put it on the bottle due to regulations. I'll have to buy a Faraday bag.

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