In my case, I’m allergic to the base used in the manufactured version of a drug my doctor prescribes. Not only do I have to pay it out of pocket, it’s very expensive. In addition, I can’t fight with the insurance company about the necessity without going back to trying the manufactured drug and going through all of the problems again. Why? Because the allergy was discovered years ago and I no longer have those records. Many years ago, no one thought to get their records and some doctors wouldn’t give them to the patient. After many moves, and many doctors retiring and moving themselves, the track is lost. It’s beyond me why I’d make up something like that when it would save me time and money to use the more easily available product, but the insurance company wants total control. That comes right up there with making people try lower cost drugs and generics. My MIL had a reaction to the generic of her blood pressure medication, due to a sensitivity to one of the ingredients. Food colors, preservatives, and other things can cause legitimate reactions.
What is hCG? hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotrophin) is a biologically natural hormone that is produced in abundance in women during pregnancy, at which time its purpose is to use stored fat to nourish the developing fetus–whilst preserving the mother’s muscle tone. When used in weight loss, hCG allows the body to mimic these effects on the body–allowing you to readily access your fat stores. What many of us find so frustrating about stubborn fat deposits is that no amount of dieting or exercise seems to have an impact. The body seems to hold on to the fat no matter what you do. But they are accessible with hCG! It is also just as effective in males as it is in female; infact men tend to lose more weight, more quickly!
Although Louis Pasteur began exploring the role of bacteria and fermentation in spoiling wine during the late 1850s, much of his most important work initiating the germ theory of disease occurred between 1860 and 1865. A few years later, in 1867, the Scottish surgeon Joseph Lister , who apparently had never heard of Semmelweis, elaborated the theory and practice of antiseptic surgery, which included washing the hands with carbolic acid to prevent infection. And in 1876, the German physician Robert Koch successfully linked a germ, Bacillus anthracis, to a specific infectious disease, anthrax.