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Research Peptides — HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin)

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

consultant hgh treatment for women 300x218Testosterone and HCG -- Information That Could Change Your Life If you are a low-t patient that is concerned about maintaining the normal function of your testes, including fertility, you may be interested in HCG. HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin, and, when taken along with bio-identical testosterone therapy, it can prevent the testicular withering that is a side effect of testosterone replacement. What Does HCG Do? For years, people have been using bio-identical HCG in combination with their testosterone therapy. It not only supports testicular function, but it also preserves the size of the testicles, which tend to shrivel up as a result of treatment. Prescription HCG is a lyophilized powder of glycoproteins which is reconstituted and delivered subcutaneously or intramuscularly via syringe. In the male body, HCG mimics the function of a vital sex hormone known as luteinizing hormone, often abbreviated LH. Luteinizing hormone is responsible for both encouraging testicular fullness (prevention of testicular atrophy) and maintaining natural testosterone and semen production. This helps the body keep its natural testosterone secretion. When taking testosterone therapy alone, this directly leads to a corresponding drop in testosterone production, because prescription testosterone flowing through the body signals the brain to stop … Read more »

chorionic gonadotropin, human intramuscular : Uses, Side …

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018

Headache, restlessness, tiredness, or pain at injection site may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly. Remember that your doctor has prescribed this medication because he or she has judged that the benefit to you is greater than the risk of side effects. Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects. Tell your doctor immediately if any of these unlikely but serious side effects occur: swelling of the ankles/feet, mental/mood changes (e.g., depression, irritability), signs of early puberty in boys (e.g., facial/pubic hair, voice change, acne), pain/swelling of the breast (in boys). For women, when this medication is used with menotropins to treat infertility, also tell your doctor immediately if this unlikely but serious side effect occurs: abdominal pain/pressure/swelling. For women, when this medication is used with menotropins to treat infertility, seek immediate medical attention if any of these rare but very serious side effects occur: chest pain, slurred speech, weakness on one side of the body, confusion. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare. However, seek immediate medical attention if you notice any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, including: rash, itching/swelling (especially of the … Read more »

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) – basskilleronline

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

For male steroid users, HCG can mimic the action of luteinizing hormone (LH) in the body. Luteinizing hormone is a pituitary hormone that is released and signals the manufacture of testosterone in the testicles. It is this ability that enables the compound to help restore the normal function of the testes to respond to endogenous luteinizing hormone. This ability can be dramatically reduced after a long period of inactivity, as is the case when administering anabolic steroids. Even when the release of endogenous LH has been resumed to it's normal levels, testosterone levels may not return to normal because of the extended time of inaction that the testes were exposed to (2). Individuals will also often use HCG to combat testicular atrophy, a result of the hypothalamus pituitary testes axis shut down. While this atrophy is more of a symptom of a side effect of anabolic steroid use rather than something that can be dangerous to a user, many individuals are concerned about testicular atrophy and turn to human chorionic gonadotropin to help and alleviate it. For this purpose, HCG is quite effective. As is fairly obvious by the preceding, human chorionic gonadotropin offers female athletes no performance enhancing qualities … Read more »

IVF HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin ) Injection – Video

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 20th, 2016

IVF HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin ) Injection Intramuscular injection of a medication called HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin ), which causes the eggs to complete the maturation process. This is done only once during our process. By: Duck Brown Read this article: IVF HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin ) Injection - Video … Read more »

Diet Doc Emphasizes the Dangers of Ineffective Homeopathic Online hCG Diet Drops

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 07, 2015 Weight loss is a big business in the United States, raking in billions of dollars via the internet by promoting such products as homeopathic online hCG diet drops. To better understand why homeopathic drugs are ineffective, one must first understand the term, homeopathic. Homeopathic simply means that the product has been diluted with other ingredients. Sometimes the original drug is so saturated with other ingredients that there is no evidence of any of the original, intended drug in the product, making it entirely ineffective. And, because the ingredients used to dilute the product is not typically disclosed, patients are exposed to health compromise or drug contraindications. Other advertisements that consumers should pay very close attention include: Diet Doc has earned its reputation by providing their clients safe, effective and pure prescription diet products, all manufactured in the U.S. in fully licensed, FDA approved pharmacies. Each product is accompanied by a third-party Certificate of Analysis, detailing the quality and quantity of the ingredients. Because Diet Doc offers only pure, prescription diet products, consumers will not find their diet products on store shelves and are made available to qualified patients only after a satisfactory consultation … Read more »

Nursing a Grudge

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

The nine Salt Lake Community College nursing instructors who gathered in the American Federation of Teachers union hall in Midvale in December were not there for the free coffee. For nearly all of those at the table, the preceding four months had led them to either retire early or quit. This exodus now numbers 13 faculty and staff members, many of them tenured, accounting for a large portion of the full-time nursing-school staff at what is one of the largest nursing schools in the state. Around and around the complaints flew. Nurses with two decades of teaching chopsalong with those just starting down the pathrattled off an array of circumstances and problems that led them to walk away from their jobs. And at the epicenter of their complaints is the nursing school's interim associate dean, Francine Weiss. "When you have more than three-quarters of your full-time seasoned faculty members, many of whom have been there for over 15 years, saying 'This is intolerable,' there is something terribly, terribly wrong, and we cannot keep going like this," says Jane Jensen, a nine-year veteran nursing instructor who, along with longtime faculty members Georgia Anderson and Jennie Barnes, retired early at the conclusion … Read more »

The health cliches that actually turn out to be absolutely true

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Yale researchers found avoiding a cold could be as simple as wrapping up Here are some other health mantras you might have dismissed By Angela Epstein for the Daily Mail Published: 19:05 EST, 19 January 2015 | Updated: 19:25 EST, 19 January 2015 An apple a day may reduce the risk of heart attack We may not have taken mum's homespun advice seriously when we were younger, however increasing evidence now suggests that some of her nuggets of so-called wisdom may contain more than a grain of truth, especially when it comes to our health. Earlier this month researchers at Yale University found that avoiding a cold could be as simple as wrapping up when you venture out in winter, just as your mother always told you. A cold virus typically enters through the nose. In a study of mice, the researchers found that the immune response was greater if the nose temperature was 37c (body temperature) compared with 33c, and concluded that a scarf over the nose could help ward off illness. Here are some other health mantras you might have dismissed as silly, but which contain important advice for our wellbeing. AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR … Read more »

'Girls' actress eats her placenta, but doctors say proceed with caution

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Trending A. Pawlowski TODAY contributor 2 hours ago Add one more celebrity to the list of new moms eating their placentas a practice that inspires plenty of disgust and curiosity, but which some women swear by as a health booster after childbirth. The latest to extol its effects is actress Gaby Hoffmann, star of the HBO show Girls, who gave birth in November and said consuming her placenta gave her energy and increased her milk supply. Getty Images file Actress Gaby Hoffman, seen here on September 4, gave birth to a baby daughter in November. Placenta, placenta, placenta. Just eat that (expletive) up, and it does a girl good, Hoffmann told People magazine. I made smoothies out of it for three weeks. I had a home birth, so my midwife and my doula took it and cut it up into 20 pieces and froze it, and every day, I put it in a blender with strawberries and blueberries and guava juice and a banana. Other celebrities, including January Jones and Alicia Silverstone, have claimed similar benefits of the practice, known as human placentophagia. Supporters say it can give new moms more vigor, help them fight postpartum depression and stimulate milk … Read more »

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) for Fat Loss: "Fallacy …

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

One of the great things about this site is that people often bring products or research to our attention that we otherwise might have missed. This occurred yesterday in the comments section of Peter's recent post on Acai berry scams, when one of our readers brought up the use of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) in the treatment of obesity. The website that we were provided smacks of weight loss gimmickry - notably the promise of an obesity "cure" and "near 100% success rate", but we thought it best to review the evidence before making a judgement one way or the other. The use of HCG to treat obesity was first suggested by ATW Simeons in a 1954 Lancet paper. He reported that injection of HCG resulted in rapid mobilization of body fat stores and induced feelings of well-being. He also claimed that HCG reduced weakness and hunger during very low calorie diets (500kcal/day) and that HCG treatment could be used to prevent the protein and vitamin deficiencies which are a frequent side-effect of such low caloric intake. Finally, he suggested that HCG could be used to successfully treat a range of ailments ranging from diabetes and gout to ulcers and … Read more »

FTC continues cracking down on weight loss scams

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

American consumers love their weight loss products. Whether it's pills or powders or machines, if it is billed as making weight loss easier, they're buying. Because of how vulnerable consumers are to such pitches, the Federal Trade Commission has embraced the mission of being the nation's diet product police and enforcing advertising and marketing laws. On Wednesday and Thursday, the FTC announced the resolution of two unrelated diet product cases -- both based on the idea that the companies had no evidence to support their weight-loss claims. The first case involved the powder Sensa, which used a vigorous marketing campaign to convince consumers that sprinkling some powder on their food would make them more full and therefore cause them to eat less. The FTC filed a complaint earlier this year that accused the company of having no science on its side. As a result, $26 million in refunds are being sent to Sensa users. The latest case involves homeopathic drops that contain the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). The FTC said diet companies have long falsely claimed HCG stimulate rapid weight loss. The marketers of HCG Platinum drops settled charges that they, too, had no science behind their product and … Read more »

Overcoming Obesity with Dr Simeons hCG Protocol – Video

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Overcoming Obesity with Dr Simeons hCG Protocol Overcoming Obesity with Dr Simeons hCG Protocol. A comprehensive review of Dr ATW Simeons hCG Protocol by Christopher J Freeman. Human ... By: tjfisher09 Read more here: Overcoming Obesity with Dr Simeons hCG Protocol - Video … Read more »

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