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
So what to when you’ve tested your hCG only to find the results came up negative? Time to panic!! Just kidding. Let’s talk about the logical way to approach this.
What To Do If you Got a Negative hCG Pregnancy Test Result, Step by Step:
1. You didn’t pee on the test did you? When you test hCG you test the actual mixture, not your pee. Don’t worry- if you did this, you are not the first to get confused about this.
2. Test it again, with another brand of test. Just double check. I have done 5 rounds of the hCG Diet now with prescription hCG Injections – using a total of 6 different brands of hCG as well, often testing my hCG more than once during a round, and I have never gotten a negative pregnancy test result. This is not to say it doesn’t happen with RX hCG, but it’s uncommon. That’s why I think it’s best to test the hCG again with another test to make sure it’s not a fluke like an old test or something- most of the time, you will get a positive test result for your RX hcg if you just mixed it.
3. Make Sure you Used a Pregnancy test not an Ovulation test. Ovulation tests will not work for testing hCG as they test for an entirely different hormone.
4. A FAINT line, A FAINT Positive result IS still Positive. Don’t panic if it’s faint and think it’s negative. Your hCG is good if this is what you are seeing.
5. Mix a new/fresh batch of hCG. If you truly do have a negative hCG test result it’s best not to use it any longer. You don’t want to risk losing the wrong kind of weight and feeling crappy on the diet. hCG is not a placebo, and as such you will NOT get the same results on the hCG diet without having the active hCG hormone in your body. If you just mixed your hCG and didn’t do something to cause the negative result (like forget to put it back in the fridge for a day), contact the company you bought the hCG from- they should be willing to replace it for you- there is always the chance of a bad batch of hCG getting processed.
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