Has anyone who had been on the HCG for a few months noticed any changes in their periods? Im getting mine every 2.5 weeks for the last 2 months. Yes I am 42 and this could be hormonal like my Dr thinks but I wondered if anyone else was having this problem. Im sick and tired of being bloated...
My Dr gives me the injections every saturday and wed regardless of period. Hes a specialist in this field and said this has nothing to do with it. So Im just wondering if Im "going thru the change" lol or what?
HCG and your period. I have done HCG shots twice in the last year and had normal periods. BUT I am doing the drops for the first time and am having periods every 2 weeks also. My doctor said i can happen
So on the hcg my period came ten days early and I have as of today not had my period again for 2 months! Before the hcg I was always regular every 3 weeks like clockwork. I was very successful and lost 21 pounds on the diet and so far keeping it off but I have not had a period since jan 19. Anyone else!!!
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