Does anyone know if it's acceptable to use hCG while using blood thinners? I have previously asked Noka of Native Healing Ways this same question and she said it would be ok. But just thought I would ask the general forum if anyone had any experience with this.
I would check with your doctor on that one. My DH is on blood thinners and every new medication or anything OTC he takes has to be reviewed by his doctor, especially if you use coumadin. I know HCG is a hormone produced by women but still should ask. Or call you pharmacist, they should also know.
No one has actually answered this question yet! I have Protein S Deficiency and have been on Coumadin since 1996. I just want someone to say that they don't see a REAL problem with mixing these two. I'm 5'2" tall and weigh 160 lbs.!!!! Heaviest I've ever been! I also have a connective tissue disorder which makes exercise very difficult. I spent over $4,000 dollars on liposuction and the surgeon just laughed when I told him something had to be done as I went from a size 14 to a size 18 after the surgery!!! He just said, "Hey...there's no guarantees but I can tell you that it took 3 nurses to get you into that extra large compression girdle!" A**hole!!!
I'm desperate to get some weight off as I've already suffered one compression fracture in my spine and had advanced osteperosis B4 I ever had my hysterectomy!
Is this homeopathic weight loss treatment safe? I can't sue you as I don't know you...just freakin' tell me the truth!!!!
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