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On warfarin because of a mitral valve replacement. Is it safe to take hcg ultra drops?

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I'm on currently on warfarin because of a Like to try the hcg ultra drops. Is it ok since I am on warfarin?
Posted Mon, 6 Aug 2012 in Weight & Lifestyle
 
 
Answered by Dr. Kiran Kumar 1 hour later
Dear XXXXXX,

HCG Ultra drops contains Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin.

There is no pharmacological interaction between Warfaring and HCG Ultra drops. There you can be reasured from this point.

However, there is no valid proof and safety about the HCG Ultra drops.
Infact, FDA of US has officially banned the drug due to sideeffects.
Do check the following link before proceeding further.

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Wish you a good health.

Sincerely,

Dr Kiran
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Follow-up: On warfarin because of a mitral valve replacement. Is it safe to take hcg ultra drops? 41 hours later
Thank you. The HCG is safe even with my heart mitral valve replacement? I just want to ensure I should be ok to take them and drink protein shakes?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Kiran Kumar 53 minutes later
Hi,

The HCG is safe even with the heart Mitral Valve Replacement.
Be reassured.

Regards,

Dr Kiran
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