6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My gynaecologist prescribed me Sifasi HCG injections once a week for four weeks to safeguard my pregnancy. I'm currently 5 and a half weeks pregnant. I want to know if most women have side effects like bloating, weight gain or severe cramps. Has anyone taken a similar HCG injection during pregnancy?

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Answer: I just ate ample veg and fruits, took few calcium, amino acid and iron on alternate days in a week.
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    Natasha Contractor32 days ago

    Thanks, but did you get any side effects?

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