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|Trade Name:||HCG||Substance:||Human Chorionic Gonadotropin|
|Content:||5000IU X 10 Vials With 10 Amps Injection Water||Certification:||GMP|
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Muscle Growth Natural HGH Supplements Human Chorionic Gonadotropin For Men
What is human chorionic gonadotrophin?
Human chorionic gonadotrophin is a hormone produced by the cells that surround the growing human embryo; these cells will eventually go on to form the placenta. Human chorionic gonadotrophin can be detected in the urine from 7-9 days post-fertilisation as the embryo attaches and implants in the womb; it forms the basis of most over-the-counter and hospital pregnancy tests.
During the menstrual cycle, when an egg is released from the ovary at ovulation, the remnants of the ovarian follicle (which enclosed the egg) form a new, temporary ovarian gland called the corpus luteum, which produces the hormone progesterone. If, after two weeks, the ovulated egg remains unfertilised, the corpus luteum stops producing progesterone. Through a feedback mechanism, this signals the pituitary gland to produce follicle stimulating hormone (and to a lesser extent luteinising hormone) to initiate the next menstrual cycle. However, in the event that the ovulated egg is fertilised by sperm and an embryo is conceived, it is vital that the corpus luteum continues to produce progesterone until the placenta is established (the placenta then takes over progesterone production). It is important that the corpus luteum keeps producing progesterone because loss of progesterone leads to shedding of the womb lining (menstruation), which would prevent an embryo from implanting. Human chorionic gonadotrophin is the embryonic hormone which ensures the corpus luteum continues to produce progesterone throughout the first trimester of pregnancy.
As well as maintaining progesterone production from the ovary, human chorionic gonadotrophin may also play a role in making sure the lining of the uterus (endometrium) is ready to receive the implanting embryo. Recent studies have indicated that human chorionic gonadotrophin may help to increase the blood supply to the uterus and be involved in re-shaping the lining of the uterus in preparation for the implanting embryo.
How does it work?
The HCG diet combines a very low-calorie diet with the use of a prescription drug called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). The very low-calorie diet usually restricts daily caloric intake to 500-800 calories. This severe calorie restriction can cause short-term weight loss. In the 1950s, a London physician thought that using the drug HCG with calorie restriction could increase weight loss and redistribute fat from the thighs and buttocks to different areas of the body.