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hcg diet

hello i've had a pacemaker for 2 years now, can I do the hcg shots/diet??? is it safe? i am 31 years old and weigh 225 lbs. i need to lose weight and i need help.
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Please read this web site before considering HCG injections....
http://www.ehow.com/about_5444909_dangers-hcg-injections-weight-loss.html

The proven way to loose weight is through dieting, calorie reduction and exercise.  Not easy but safe.
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I would suggest that this a question only your doctor should answer.
Certainly losing weight is good for your heart.  Just a suggestion... have you talked to your doctor about bariatric surgery?  If you have had difficulty losing weight, there are safe procedures now.  I think I'd consider bariatric surgery before choosing such a controversial approach.  

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