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    Exclamation Can I do more than 8 weeks of injections?

    My Dr sells them in 4 week vials. So I am at the tail end of my 7th week and out of hCG. I am not ready to be done with this round. I want to get under 150 to move on to P3 this round. I gained yesterday and today so I am at 152.8 this morning. I still have to call her to see if I can buy 1-2 weeks (instead of 4).

    I have NO idea if TOM is approaching since I have an IUD it comes when it feels like it.

    I wish I knew where to buy injections online But even if I did I need it in 2 days since I have like 1 dose left.
    Danyel




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    No one? :'(
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    Droy,
    How many injections have you done? It is supposed to be 40 total per long round. You said you have been doing them seven weeks, with one day a week skipping (if you are) that would be 42 shots so far. Im someone has pushed a few days past, I dont know that you would be able to do 2 more weeks though without immunity hitting. The body also needs a break. Im right with you on having a goal set, so I understand. Unfortunately for me, I am going to fall short of it this round, but I have to tell myself its ok. I have another round yet to do.
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    Since I am doing a modified version I am able to continue the shots until I want to stop them. Then again I am not doing the phases, so there is no starting and stopping on my plan. I get more calories than the 500 so maybe that is why? My MIL did 6 months straight worth of shots and is on a similar plan to me so I know it is possible just not sure if it works with your plan.


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    Good morning Michaela, what is the modified version?

    Thank you

    Tammy

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    Senior Member droy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaela View Post
    Since I am doing a modified version I am able to continue the shots until I want to stop them. Then again I am not doing the phases, so there is no starting and stopping on my plan. I get more calories than the 500 so maybe that is why? My MIL did 6 months straight worth of shots and is on a similar plan to me so I know it is possible just not sure if it works with your plan.

    Did your aunt keep it off? I think I remember you saying she did. My concern isn't losing it if I go longer, it's stabilizing and how it will effect my 2nd round in January. I have been doing skip days so I think I am at 45 days of injections. I am going to take 4 more then be done. I am sooo close to 148 that I am going to chance the 4 more days.
    Danyel




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    Quote Originally Posted by tdbellsag1130 View Post
    Good morning Michaela, what is the modified version?

    Thank you

    Tammy
    I get around 700 calories per day instead of the 500 and I don't have to start and stop like the original plan calls for. I can just keep doing the injections until I get to my goal weight. I am assuming I can do this because I am not on 500 calories which could be hard to sustain over time. My doc found that when his patients were on the VLCD not alot of people would come back between rounds. He bumped up the calories and found that more people were sticking to it and doing it until they lost all their weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droy View Post
    Did your aunt keep it off? I think I remember you saying she did. My concern isn't losing it if I go longer, it's stabilizing and how it will effect my 2nd round in January. I have been doing skip days so I think I am at 45 days of injections. I am going to take 4 more then be done. I am sooo close to 148 that I am going to chance the 4 more days.
    Yes she was able to keep off all but 4 pounds. She did have a major allergic reaction to something which caused a major rash all over her body so she had to go on Prednisone in which she gained 20 pounds on that. She is back to doing the drops again this week to lose what she gained on the meds.

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    michaela- being able to eat more calories is not really the issue- it's more an issue of immunity and getting to a point where your body won't "recognize" the hcg any longer, as well as total amount of weight lost per round. Dr. S. did not want people losing more than 34# without a break- we guess that's because he thought your body needed time to change your set point, as well as giving your skin a chance to catch up.

    BUT, there seems to be less of an immunity problem with the hcg we use now, which is why some docs/clinics let their patients do longer rounds. some people believe that's because the hcg is more "pure" than it was back then due to better processing. i've done a round longer than 40 injections and did not notice any signs of immunity, but some people do.

    the concern is that if you don't let your body get used to it's new weight, that it will work harder to regain the weight. personally, i would be a little concerned about your statement: "My doc found that when his patients were on the VLCD not alot of people would come back between rounds. He bumped up the calories and found that more people were sticking to it and doing it until they lost all their weight."

    that would make me wonder whether he is really looking at what is best for his patients, or if he is more worried about people not coming back because he then he loses out on selling them additional hcg. i'm not trying to judge here, because he might have good intentions. but you should know that there is no research to back up any changes made to the protocol- so you're taking a bit of a risk by doing a modified program. i'm sure Dr. S. knew that it would be easier for people to eat more calories and do longer rounds as well- but there was some reason that he set the limits that he did, imo.
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    ...yesterday I visited my doc...took along my little notebook where I've scribbled down every single morsel that went in my mouth, along with a daily weight log...I'm on R1P2VLCD26 and have taken 24 injections (2 skip days). The doc says, "you can do 60 days if you want." My reply? "Thanks, but I'm going to stop at 40 days and then prove I can keep it off for six weeks." The doc got this big smile on his face. "Excellent."

    Sometimes I wonder if they offer options because of what other people wanted to do. Sort of a response to market demand...after all, they have to compete, and what's good for one person might not be what another would choose.

    ...these forums have taught me there is more than one answer to the hcg puzzle, but the Dr. S. protocol has a very strong result for many people....

    spice

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    I agree MG and Spice. I have learned some lessons in my two long rounds. Dr S's protocol isnt just a "suggestion" guide. While some people can makes changes and be ok, there are specific reasons for stopping when we should. Can we push it some, yes. But I believe there is a point that enough is enough. Right now I am finishing my second round, and my body is TIRED! I have done two 40 day rounds, and only took a 3 week break in between. I would never do that again. I can tell you in that time to, my skin changed, and its time for it to get a rest again. My Dr. was the one who said 3 weeks was good, and now I know better. The most important thing is to listen to your body, it will tell you what it needs. My opinion.
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