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People on the HCG diet plan sometimes report that they experience constipation. As Dr. A.T.W. Simeons, developer of the HCG diet, observed, constipation is fairly normal among overweight people.
However, dieters using HCG diet drops often think that the drops or the diet are causing their constipation.
If you do experience constipation on the diet, remember that it is important to consume one-half gallon to one gallon of water a day. This acts to soften the feces, making a bowel movement easier.
Also, as Dr. Simeons noted, on the HCG diet plan bowel movements usually occur only every third or fourth day. If you still haven't had a movement after four days, you need to re-examine your food and water consumption and be sure you're not "cheating" somewhere.
Also, after four days with no movement, Dr. Simeons said it is okay to use a suppository, but laxatives should be avoided. Laxatives taken by the mouth are another substance that will enter your system and interfere with your HCG hormonal activity.
If you do find yourself cheating, please refer to our article "Cheating on the HCG Diet Plan" and get yourself back on track.
The Official HCG Diet Plan does not offer any medical advice nor pretend to do so. Our comments and dietary recommendations are all based on the reserach of HCG pioneer Dr. A.T.W Simeons. His seminal work, titled "Pounds and Inches," is given free to each of our customers. Before beginning any diet or undertaking any nutritional regimen, please consult with a qualified health care professional familiar with your situation. Also, please note that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not evaluated HCG or any other products offered on this site, and no claims that any of our products can diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease are being made here.