In our clinical experience of over 7000 patients, we have seen the following effects of hCG on people. This list is not proven by clinical trials, but they are our clinical observations.
- Weight loss, esp. the loss of abnormal fat around the belly, the buttock, and the thighs.
- Reduced body pains and aches, including migraine headaches, joint, back and neck pains, even stomach and breast pains.
- Balanced hormones. Peri- and post-menopausal women with hot flashes feel so much better on hCG. PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) patients, who have irregular menstruation cycles and are often not able to get pregnant due to their imbalanced hormones, found their periods to be more regular. A handful of my PCOS patients have pleasantly got pregnant on hCG which they have tried in the past without success.
- Improved autoimmune disorders. Thyroid disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, even irritable bowel syndrome. There is probably no better treatment than our combination therapy including hCG for chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.
- Improved sex drive. This is probably due to hCG’s stimulation of testosterone production.
- Improved depression. Many patients with mild to moderate depression feel much improved on our therapy.
- Improved wound healing. We have seen quite a few patients with broken bones or other wounds to report that their wound healed up much faster. This ability of hCG can have huge socioeconomic impact. We definitely need more research into this. Think about how much money we can save on nationwide hospital patients if we use hCG to speed up their wound healing (post surgery and others) to get them out of the hospital one day earlier? World wide? The health impact? We definitely need more funding in this type of research. One great area of clinical trial is the diabetic ulcer patients. This is relatively easy to do, but with huge clinical impact.
- Anti cancer. hCG has been implicated in the treatment of certain type of cancers.
The list will expand in the future, with more and more doctors adapt hCG in their clinical practice and more and more patients start using hCG in their treatment. I will describe in my next blog about why I think hCG can have these different effects.