While hCG CAN register on a pregnancy test, I no longer view it as reliable, and I explain why in detail with a very good example here:
An IMPORTANT message to my readers about Real Prescription hCG
Here are a few reasons why you might get a negative result on a pregnancy test when you test your RX hCG:
1. You didn’t use enough hCG to test it.
2. The line was very faint but still there, but it was so faint you thought it was negative (it’s positive if this is the case folks- continue using the hCG, your safe).
3. You used an old test- double check the result by testing it again, with a different brand of pregnancy test if possible.
4. You accidentally forgot to put your hCG back in the fridge and it’s been sitting out all day.
5. You didn’t keep the vial covered with foil or something similar to keep out the light.
6. It’s been a month on the protocol using the same hCG- the potency DOES gradually dwindle and eventually will not be potent enough to use anymore- when this happens you will most likely notice things like feeling hungrier, foggy head, grumpier, not losing weight all of a sudden, etc. Time to mix a new batch of hCG.
7. Perhaps you got a bad batch of hCG to start with from the company- contact them and they should replace your hCG for you.
If your hCG truly did test negative for any of reasons 4-7:
Please do not continue using that hCG- mix a new batch of hCG instead. If you don’t have any more hCG handy, you can either purchase more through ushcginjections and they can ship it to you pretty quickly if you live in the states, or if you simply can’t get any more right away, it would be best to go straight into p3 (the no starch no sugars phase of the diet) until you can get new hCG. If you’re pretty sure you’ve been taking hCG that was not potent already for a few days because of how you were feeling on it, there is no need to do the 72 hours without hCG on 500 calories- the hCG is already not in your system at this point, so just start p3 right away. If you feel like the hCG was potent until just a day or so ago, you can do the 72 hours of 500 calorie eating without taking any hCG, but gradually increase your calories of p2 foods as necessary during that 72 hours so you don’t feel excessively hungry as the hCG leaves your system. Basically, listen to your body- if you’re ravenous, eat more p2 foods. Ravenous, low blood sugar or other symptoms like this are indications that you need to eat more as the hCG is fading from your system or already has.
Why You Should Not Use hCG That Is Not Potent:
If you are doing the hCG Diet, hopefully then you’ve researched it and you believe that hCG is not a placebo. The hCG hormone in the right dose, really does cause your body to use your fat for fuel and spares lean muscle mass. As such, if you were to use hCG that was no longer viable aka “bad hCG”, you will be taking great chances with losing a lot more lean muscle mass, causing your body to feel like it’s starving, stalled weightloss, etc. It’s simply not worth it- you only have one body- treat it right.
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