Posted on August 31, 2011
Some women experiencing difficulties becoming pregnant may have heard about the use of HCG shots for fertility. So it stands to reason that women who do the HCG diet may become more fertile. That’s not the case, however.
While HCG can be used to promote fertility in women, it will not cause a woman to become pregnant. This is because the levels of actual HCG in both cases are completely different. When HCG is used for fertility purposes, the levels are high. When used in the HCG diet drops, the levels are much lower.
With that being said, it should also be pointed out that Dr. Simeons recommended the use of birth control during the HCG diet, as it was not impossible for patients to become pregnant. So while you are on the HCG diet, make sure you stick to your normal birth control routine.
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