So I probably should have been more clear when I wrote
My intent was to qualify my statements regarding the value of Hcg. If you are worried about fertility, then the importance of Hcg is undeniable. My statement was to qualify my judgement with respect to the value of Hcg, working on the assumption that the OP was not concerned about having kids
I am well aware that
In fact, I'm 52 and have a twelve year old and a nine year old. When I look around at events my children are involved in, I may be in better shape than most of them, but I am also a lot older than most of them, so my experience is that the vast majority are done by 35. And, in fact, you acknowledge that,
So, does 65% qualify as a vast majority? What about 75%? Probably not. Poor diction on my part.
Finally, I appreciate this,
However, if you really knew me, you probably would not have made that statement.
Bottom line is that if you plan on having kids, or you are worried about the aesthetics of your sack, Hcg is important. If you already have kids and are not worried about your ball size, you can consider going without. There are drawbacks to going without, for sure, but you do not necessarily have to take Hcg.