Any of you who have been using my information and my hcgchica.com site for a period of time knows how seriously I take this protocol, and how seriously I take the need for hCG to be real.
I have always been confident after my own due diligence that the sites that I recommend on my blog for purchasing real prescription hCG are indeed that. And they are. I can look you straight in the eye and tell you with 100% confidence that all sources currently on my Buy hCG page are real prescription hCG. It’s SO great to be able to get U.S. made prescription online now! This was actually not possible just a few years ago. Just a few years ago you had to spend $600-900 to get that at a clinic, IF there was one near where you lived.
The reason I know the hCG from these sources is real is for the following reasons. I have personally tested multiple vials from each company with pregnancy tests and seen a positive result. In addition, I have spoken at length with the head of each company as they discussed where their products are compounded, the regulations that the pharmacies they use are required to live up to, etc. Lastly, all U.S. sources of hCG have shared hCG purity and sterility testing by third parties on a batch of hCG from the pharmacies they use with me.
There is a problem though, and a valid reason that I just cannot really recommend people to use pregnancy testing as a sole indicator of hCG being viable or good anymore. This is because there is too much inconsistency with the test results going on. Let me explain and prove it to you.
On a rare occasion (and I’m talking rare), one of the previous sources on my site gets brought into question by someone. The issue it always stems from is that they test their hCG on a pregnancy test and it comes up negative for them. They usually contact me and after much back and forth questions, we come to find there was either user error (something about how they performed the test wasn’t right) or the test itself was somehow faulty, because they’ll do another test or two and get a positive.
Now let me be clear. Every single vial of hCG I have ever tested, probably about 30 + vials, maybe more, has always tested positive on a pregnancy test. So yes, real hCG DOES test positive on a pregnancy test. I still stand behind that because I’ve seen all these positive tests I’ve done with my very own eyes- and I’ve even videoed them at times- as you can see me doing above. So no one can tell me otherwise.
Some sources will say that you CAN’T test these hCG vials on a pregnancy test. Obviously, that’s not true since I have videos SHOWING me testing hCG vials successfully. However, it IS true that these tests weren’t designed for this application- generally, pregnancy tests are used with the high amounts of hCG in a pregnant woman’s urine, vs. we are only testing a VERY tiny amount. That being the case, between user error and faulty tests and the amount of hCG being so tiny which is not really what they were designed for, pregnancy testing hCG like this is not necessarily RELIABLE and I no longer believe when performed by others can it be considered consistent enough to rely on 100%.
The factors I’ve mentioned can cause a person to get a negative pregnancy result from their hCG, which then leads them to think it’s fake when it’s actually not, and this is leading to baseless accusations about fake hCG when it’s not true. Please stick with me below and I will prove it to you.
A perfect example that just cost me $400 out of my own pocket and WAY more stress than I’d like to experience again anytime soon is the following true story.
I just tested 2 vials that I had shipped to me from someone who said the hCG came up negative on multiple pregnancy tests- when I tested the exact same vials today, after being in transit for close to 30 hours and arriving to me lukewarm even, all 5 of the pregnancy tests I did on them came up clearly positive, right away, and I videoed the whole thing for you to see above.
Now I know this woman was not being dishonest. I’m sure she did her best to test the hCG properly. But for whatever reason, either her method or her tests were not accurate- since I was not there doing them with her, I can’t say why or what happened.
She initially made a public post to my Facebook page and said she had gotten her hCG from US hCG shots and that it had come up negative on a pregnancy test. I left the post public because I felt like if this is true, I don’t want to appear as if I’m trying to hide information that people need to know- then it’s like I’d be a party to scamming people. Not cool. I take honesty with people seriously. I replied to her to ask some questions, as I have already known for some time that people often make some error when testing it and through the course of my questions we often discover those errors and then all is well. After going back and forth with her quite a bit though, and her testing it 2-3 more times, and her sending me an image of the results, it appeared as though her hCG really could be either fake or not viable.
Of course, she was concerned. And it only makes sense right- she read on my blog that hCG should test positive on a pregnancy test, and hers didn’t. So I actually applaud her for contacting me. Because I do come across people who think any hCG drops- from walmart, whatever, can be used, and that even though they aren’t actually hCG, it will somehow still work the same. I do not agree with this. The hormone is not a placebo, so I am GLAD that she felt that pull of importance about her hCG being real if she were to do this diet. I have since hidden the post on my facebook page, as you will see shortly that her test results were inaccurate.
By this point I’m getting really stressed out and worried myself and I needed to figure out what’s going on. The company she purchased from has been producing real, quality hCG from compounding pharmacies for the entirety of my connection with them which has been 2 years now. But who knows- perhaps something had changed and I didn’t know? I felt literally SICK inside. I offered to her in the meantime that until I got to the bottom of this possible issue, that I would pay for her to get a full hCG kit from one of the other companies- that cost me $350 of my very own money. I felt so responsible since she had purchased through them based on my recommendation.
I made a notation on my buy hCG page letting people know there might be a possible issue and to please order from one of the other companies until I could clear things up – I was just trying to make sure IF there really was a problem, that more people didn’t get harmed in the process. Again, showing you guys obviously how much I care about your welfare on this protocol. About an hour after I made that notation I got a VERY upset email from another woman who had just finished putting in her order with US hCG shots when she saw my notation – she told me she was going to spend her hours working to have my site taken down and that I didn’t appear to have accurate information and that I was the cause of her losing her hard-earned money. Yeah, how did that make me feel? So here I was trying to HELP people by warning them of a possible issue that I couldn’t yet confirm, and I’m already getting people trying to ruin my reputation online, which by the way, is not exactly easy to fix once that happens- I have willingly plastered my face all over the internet with videos and pictures of my weight loss journey to PROVE that this diet really works – someone could really try to screw me over if they chose to. I was feeling pretty darn devastated.
I then decided that instead of making a notation about the company, it was best to just remove them from my buy page entirely until I could clear the matter up.
When I went to bed late Monday night I was sick with worry and trying to figure out how I could get to the bottom of this – I asked the lady if she would mind putting the vials that had tested negative for her in an ice pack and have them shipped to me as quickly as possible – as life goes, it just so happens that we each live on opposite ends of the country pretty much, so I wasn’t sure this experiment would even work out because hCG does start to lose it’s potency when it’s not refrigerated so I felt that the hCG could easily be dead just from the transit time even if it was viable to start with as I knew no ice pack would not keep them cool for that long.
Either way, I decided it was worth the risk, so I paid $50 to have the 2 vials shipped to me- she kindly took her time out of her schedule and life to send the vials out Tuesday morning, and they arrived for me Wednesday afternoon. I’m so glad she was willing to do that for me- if you’re reading this THANK YOU SO MUCH!
I got in touch with the CEO of US HCG Shots, the company that was in question, who was honorable enough to send me third party testing results on a recent batch of hCG produced in the compounding pharmacy they are using, showing that they are indeed producing real hCG- at this time I am not at liberty to share them as he feels the need to keep them private.
When the 2 hCG vials arrived from the lady, I got all the pregnancy testing supplies together and let my camera roll above, so that I could capture on video the whole process for your eyes to see. I had no idea if they would test positive or not. It would be a defining moment, but either way, I just wanted to get it over with so I would know either way.
And as you can see, all 5 working pregnancy tests tested positive for hCG – quickly and obviously.
I used 4 different brands of tests total, and 3 different types of tests. Now obviously this is something you wouldn’t want to do because that would waste your vial of hCG that you paid your precious money for. But I am doing this for you to show you what’s what.
PLEASE be careful you guys before jumping to conclusions about a company. What you say online can easily hurt or ruin a company or person’s reputation, and could be totally baseless, as in this situation it turned out to be. Thankfully this lady was mature enough to contact me personally and wait patiently while I tried to get to the bottom of it. Far too often people jump to conclusions and run off to a forum or other highly visible place to bad mouth a company or a person – how awful if the accusations don’t actually prove to be true!
US hCG Shots is a GOOD company that really does produce high-quality, prescription hCG, from a compounding pharmacy that by law has to meet a myriad of rules and regulations for sterile compounding. Compounding for injectable goods is a TOTALLY different ball game than compounding medications that you simply pop in your mouth. Since the risk of infection is higher for things you inject, the regulations and testing that’s now required is much greater and also costly. And yet they are one of the MOST affordable sources for prescription hCG made in the U.S. at this time! They are a great resource for those who are limited funds.
Because of this experience, I have to be honest and tell you guys that in the future, I will be downplaying the use of pregnancy testing for hCG from these particular companies from now on. I just can’t rely on people to know how to do carry out the procedure accurately/sufficiently, and it’s leading to too much inaccurate information that is hurting these companies unfairly as well as me.
I can’t speak for other companies because I haven’t been in contact with them. I know hCG does indeed test positive on a pregnancy test, and anytime I want, I can order a vial and test one to be sure, and it always comes up positive from these companies on my blog.
I feel confident that the hCG sources on my blog are indeed dispensing real prescription hCG based on the reasoning above.
Ultimately, there is a risk in any decision you make. I understand that there is indeed concern over getting scammed online – I have gone to pretty great lengths as you can see here today and all throughout my blog to prove to you and to myself of who can be trusted to provide real hCG – at this time, these companies do, and I stand behind that. If you choose to trust the information I provide and show, you can, and if something doesn’t sit right with you about it, then definitely it’s your free choice to look elsewhere. I think highly of peace of mind! I wish for you to retain yours as well.
As I said earlier, especially with the U.S. sources of hCG, they are using the same type of compounding pharmacies that regular weight loss clinics are using. They have all this testing now that by law has to be done on EVERY batch of hCG produced. Because there are more regulations now, you do not have to be as concerned when ordering hCG from a U.S. compounding facility.
What will I be doing in order to be sure myself that they continue to be a quality source of real hCG?
My hope is to periodically order a vial from each company and test it myself since I do know how to do it properly and use a variety of tests etc., so that I can continue to recommend them in good conscience to you guys. Since hCG is a prescription product, I’m not sure just how frequently that will be yet- I will have to look into it further.
Even going to a weight loss clinic or your doctor is a risk – you are trusting your doctor and the pharmacy to give you real hCG right? Have you ever questioned them if it was real? Likely not, because it’s not a common thing to hear of a pharmacy dispensing fake goods- hopefully that never happens! Still you are trusting that’s the case- you don’t actually have lab testing results to prove it to you. But even if you get real hCG from a clinic, you are still taking a risk when you choose a clinic because you have no idea about the medical personnel- have they done the diet themselves, do they know how it works, do they have the best information on it to help you succeed in the best way? In reality actually, many do not. Some of them don’t even believe the hCG protocol actually works but are willing to prescribe it because it makes money. I have helped HUNDREDS of people now to adjust their dose for better hunger levels, after their doctor insisted that EVERYONE feels good on 200iu and that if they don’t, it’s their problem and they must be cheating.
So you see, everything really has risk. It’s up to you to do as much research as you can on a topic, then you weigh the various factors, and then make a decision, knowing that there is still a small amount of risk involved because you just can’t be completely sure of something in most cases, just mostly sure.
The video I took is just left raw purposefully – there’s lag time, because I wanted to do my best for you to see me open the box of hCG vials that the lady had mailed to me all the way through me testing each vial, so you will see I’m not making stuff up or trying to deceive you guys. My DSLR does automatically shut off recording every few minutes or so, so you will see that it restarts here and there, but hopefully you can see that I did basically just keep recording from start to finish, with everything you see in the camera shot.
So in closing, if you want real, prescription hCG, I am PROUD to say the sources listed here on my blog are just that! That’s all I would use on my own body, and that’s all that I recommend here.
Another example of improperly tested hCG – from a real Facebook message:
“I found a pregnancy test and decided to test mine. It was the pee-on kind. Knowing a day’s worth of injection wouldn’t be enough I broke it open. I put the injection on the tablet and put it back together. Nothing changed. So I put the end under the faucet and put water on it to move everything forward and the lines lit up. So mine is positive.”
If she had stopped at her first efforts, she would have thought her hCG was negative. This happens all the time you guys. It’s easier these days to just make sure to purchase hCG from a qualified source since the pregnancy testing is really just proving to be unreliable.
Below is the email exchange between me and another hCGer showing another example of the pregnancy testing being incorrect.
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