All you need to know about using HCG for weight loss

By Stella Green

HCG diet plan

Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone produced during pregnancy. It is popular in the medical community since time immemorial for the many advantages it offers. In the recent years, it has become a trend for weight loss regimes. It is available as dietary supplements in the form of pills, shots, and drops. Continue Reading

Are You Suffering From Ectopic Pregnancy: Signs and Symptoms

By Steve Marc

Ectopic Pregnancy

A woman is a beautiful creation of God and more importantly has the sole potential to complete a man’s family. Growing another human inside a womb is a gift from God. But when a woman cannot give birth to a child, that is the most depressing situation for her. Infertility is when a woman is unable to reproduce. The study says, about 10-15% of Americans are affected by infertility every year. Not women, men too can be infertile. In some cases, both the genders fail to reproduce. Top causes like hormonal changes, impairment to the Fallopian tubes, cervical or uterine problems contributes to female infertility. Women wish to give birth, but she faces the unintentional loss of fetus before maturity. Ectopic pregnancy is another type of pregnancy most women face.

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HCG Vaccines: Best way to Deal with Infertility in Women

By Steve Marc

HCG vaccines for Infertility in Women

With the medical advancements, it is now becoming easier by the day to tackle infertility in women. In this article, we cover in brief the causes of infertility in women, the appropriate treatment for infertility in women, and the role of HCG vaccines in treating infertility in women.

What causes infertility in women?

There are four major and gross causes for infertility in women:

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All you wanted to know about HCG!

By Steve Marc

How to use HCG

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone that is produced during pregnancy. This hormone is made of cells which form the placenta and are responsible for nourishing the egg when it gets fertilized. The HCG levels can be detected through a blood test conducted about 11 days after conception. Also, a urine test is conducted about 12 to 14 days after conception. Usually, the HCG levels increase two times after every 72 hours. In the first 8 to 11 weeks of pregnancy, the level reaches its peak after which it steadily declines.

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