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Conditions to Consider Before Going on the HCG Diet

If you have any of these conditions, Dr. Simeons’ manuscript advises:


Gallbladder Issues

“Small stones in the gallbladder may, in patients who have recently had typical colics, cause more frequent colics under treatment with HCG… Before undertaking treatment, we explain to such patients that there is a risk of more frequent and possibly severe symptoms and that it may become necessary to operate. If they are prepared to take this risk and, provided they agree to undergo an operation if we consider this imperative, we proceed with treatment, as after weight reduction with HCG, the operative risk is considerably reduced in an obese patient. In such cases, we always give a drug which stimulates the flow of bile and, in the majority of cases, nothing untoward happens. On the other hand, we have looked for and not found any evidence to suggest that the HCG treatment leads to the formation of gallstones as pregnancy sometimes does.”



“An identical behavior is found in the blood uric acid level of patients suffering from gout. Predictably, such patients get an acute and often severe attack after the first few days of HCG treatment, but then remain entirely free of pain, in site of the fact that their blood uric acid often shows a marked increase which may persist for several months after treatment. Those patients who have regained their normal weight remain free of symptoms regardless of what they eat, while those that require a second course of treatment get another attack of gout as soon as the second course is initiated. We do not yet know what diencephalic mechanisms are involved in gout; possibly emotional factors play a role, and it is worth remembering that the disease does not occur in women of childbearing age. We now give 2 tablets daily of Zyloric to all patients who have a history of gout and have a high blood uric acid level. In this way, we can completely avoid attacks during treatment.”


High Awareness and Monitoring is critical if you have Brittle/Unstable Diabetes per Dr. Simeons

“In an obese patient suffering from a fairly advanced case of stable diabetes of many years’ duration in which the blood sugar may range from 300-400 mg, it is often possible to stop all anti-diabetes medication after the first few days of treatment. The blood sugar continues to drop from day to day and often reaches normal values in 2-3 weeks. As in pregnancy, this phenomenon is not observed in the brittle type of diabetes and, as some cases that are predominantly stable may have a small brittle factor in their clinical makeup, all obese diabetics have to be kept under a very careful and expert watch. A brittle case of diabetes is primarily due to the inability of the pancreas to produce sufficient insulin, while in the stable type, diencephalic regulations seem to be of greater importance. That is possibly the reason why the stable form responds so well to the HCG method of treating obesity, whereas the brittle type does not. Obese patients are generally suffering from the stable type, but a stable type may gradually change into a brittle one, which is usually associated with a loss of weight. Thus, when an obese diabetic finds that he is losing weight without diet or treatment, he should at once have his diabetes expertly attended to. There is some evidence to suggest that the change from stable to brittle is more liable to occur in patients who are taking insulin for their stable diabetes.”