In the 8 or so months I've done this, I've always found that sometimes I would indeed get very hungry or cravings would return. But if I kept up my doses, or increased them if necessary, or changed to a slightly different method, then I could get back on track.
Having said that, I'm "stuck" at 20 pounds lost (still need another 20 or so off), but this seems in my case to clearly be from not consistently following the methods, either out of sloppiness in forgetting doses or often because I needed energy (breastfeeding, have baby and preschooler, and am a consultant) and decided to eat or drink an extra time.
My advice, having done this for many months, would be to keep doing your methods consistently with no change for a few more days, whle paying good attention to eating well enough to meet your nutritional needs and getting enough sleep. Make sure your foods are not too ditto or high-GI: this can counteract the doses. So can alcohol and perhaps a similar-tasting sweetened coffee drink. (I've found the coffee: others found the alcohol.)
If your cravings and serious hunger (not nibblish or routine hunger: that can be ignored) remain, next try increasing your dosage or going on a different oil, fructose, etc.
Good luck and post back and let us know!