Insane Sugar Craving Before The Full Recovery

Last month I experienced a FULLY AND AMAZING RECOVERY with hCG and anastrozole protocol.
In the third day on anastrozole I injected my first hCG shot (already used in the past alone). After a couple of hours I had an INSANE SUGAR CRAVING, I went to supermarket and I bought an amazing amounts of candies and at home I ate ALL.
Never in my life I experienced an insane desire like that!
The day after I was COMPLETELY RECOVERED WITH AN AMAZING MUSCLE TONE, CLEAR MIND, WELLNESS AND PEACE, ENERGY, INSANE LIBIDO AND STRONG ERECTIONS EVERYTIME.
Has anyone experienced an insane sugar craving before get recovered?
My endo said that glucose levels regulate GnRH release.

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How long did the recovery last?

8 days.
I reacted immediately to protocol.
Unfortunately I was not able to perform another recovery.
Maybe my liver and/or another organs are not able to metabolize efficiently (I have a huge pot belly).

So after recovering u regressed back to pfs?

Yeah exactly. Fortunately I didn’t experience any crash, only slow but steady impairment (due to loss of efficacy from drugs, maybe due to liver…).

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Did you have any visual or cognitive sides?

During recovery everything was brilliant.
During pfs I have blurred vision and photophobia.

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How long ago was this and then your subsequent attempt at repeating the process?

Would you be prepared to try it again 6 months later for example?

I gather that Anastrozole isn’t something to play with though.

Early July 2018.
About 12 hours after the ingestion of an insane amounts of candies due to sugar craving I woke up completely recovered.
I repeated the hCG injection together anastrozole but I hadn’t any insane sugar craving. Improvements disappeared slowly after a week.
I can repeat the protocol in future.
Anastrozole isn’t a candy but I had benefits more than one time (no adverse reactions after quitting).
TRT and AAS are more dangerous.

Look at my post in that thread. I also experienced this.

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Could you try HCG alone?

Hi @Andrea

Thanks for your report back in 2018. Can you share an update about how things are going now?