I started my HCG diet 7 days ago (first 2 days were loading days) I did 500 calories the first 3 days and WAS SUPER HUNGRY, I then discovered the "new" plan of 800 calories and have done that for 2 days. I am still hungry in the afternoon evenings. I am super busy and always moving around. So far I have gained 2 pounds+. I have been weighing everything and now am not sure this diets for me.Should I give it one more week? Anyone else have this prob? AHHHHHH!
I have started this diet 5 days ago, the pill form. So far, I have alreay lost 8lbs however, on day number 4 I had this headache and light sensitivity so I took motrin to relieve it. Then today, 6 hours after taking the 2nd daily dose I noticed these boils located by my armpit, back and under my breast. Has this happened to anyone else.
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