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IT isnt healthy for a person to drop that much weight in one week. normal weight loss for a person who is 20-90lbs overweight is about 2lbs a week, and for a 100lb overweight person is 5lbs for week. I know this because i was 270 and lost about 100lbs in like 4months, which was about 5lbs per week. Now im at 210 but because ive been lifting and going to be a body builder weee. BUT yea i mean take it easy on the diet.
well it's only been two weeks since i had my c-section and I am already back down to 205 is that normal to loss all that weight that quick. Also I didn't retain much fluid the whole pregnancy and I am not breast-feeding.
Hi, If you are due next month don't worry about losing weight now; just focus on not gaining any more weight. Once you have delivered your baby and recovered from the delivery then you can start exercising and getting yourself in shape. I wouldn't suggest dieting now either but eating healthy is a great way not to gain more weight. Enjoy this experience and don't worry about anything else. Your life will become even more wonderful in a few weeks and you have so much to look forward to.
Could some of the loss you experienced be water? The doc I went to said that can happen. Good luck on your weight loss journey and I hope I can be as fortunate.
The best way to achieve permanent weight loss is to lose the weight slowly about 2 lbs per week is normal. Your doctor can also advise you what kind of exercise would help you with your weight loss. You can't lose 60 ibs purely by trying to run if off. Not realistic. You also have to be careful because of your current weight. Too much running at your current weight would put a strain on your heart, your legs, your back.
Yet I lost weight or it may rather be the edema that I lost within about 1 month and my body is back to normal prior to having the edema. Only thing is I would not like to lose weight at all - when off Cytomel then all the edema and body aches start - when on the Cytomel I do seem to have weight loss. Am not sure what to do here as my T3 was low, Total T3 low and my Reverse T3 high and my white blood count only 2.5 and the ration is 4.2 - 11.
Pregnancy weight gain: 40Ibs "Immediate" weight loss: 20 Ibs in 2 weeks Weight loss 6 weeks postpartum: ~28 Ibs. Only now am I taking measures to actually aid weight loss though.
Hi all! Sorry for the long post but I want to make sure you have background on my situation. I'm a 30 year old female, 5'4", and weigh 180 pounds. This is the most I've ever weighed in my life... for most of my adult years (18+) I hovered between 145 and 155 and was a small size 10. I realize according to BMI standards this is still high, but BMI standards can...
Hi all! Sorry for the long post but I want to make sure you have background on my situation. I've entered a few sample days in my food diary here if that can help as well. I'm a 30 year old female, 5'4", and weigh 180 pounds. This is the most I've ever weighed in my life... for most of my adult years (18+) I hovered between 145 and 155 and was a small size 10. I realize according to BMI standards this is still high, but BMI standards can...
People who are over weight pre pregnancy are supposed to gain 15-25 pounds, people at normal weight are supposed to gain 25-35 and under weight 28-40 pounds. Yes, in the first trimester it could be a little harder to gain some, because of morning sickness. But your not supposed to be losing weight purposly. Its not aboit your cute body anymore, its about the health of youre child.
I would say that it is a 50/50 chance whether you would lose weight in the long run as the product wasn't designed as a weight loss product. (but I'm not a doctor so your dr. might be able to tell you what to expect).
Are there any doctors who give these shots in Phila.for weightloss? Where can I get them on line?
I take topamax to control seizures and I must say that I am surprised doctors prescribe it for weight loss alone, and that you are willing to put up with the side effects of it just for weight loss when there are other weight loss drugs out there. The "goofiness and loss of words" bothers me tremendously. I have been taking it since April and that hasn't abated any. Unfortunately I did not experience any weight loss or loss of appetite from it like everyone says. I take 200 mg a day.
It should take about 2 months to get to that dosage but I'm getting kinda excited hearing about the benefit of weight loss especially since it was weight loss pills (metabolife and xenedrine) that caused me to find out that I was epileptic in the first place! The doctor told me that i might get tingling in my fingers and i might feel a little dopy but happy dopy he described it as, so I figure i can deal with that! If I start losing weight at a rapid pace i'll definitely post again!
99 at Ikea, good deal!) so I hopped on it and I have lost over 20lbs. I was never trying to lose weight and this loss has come upon in the last 6 months. I'm not excercising any more then before can the tramadol just do that? Is it from being up all night? Is this a really bad sign or normal?
I've lost 25 pounds since my miscarriage. I am not starving myself in anyway shape or form. Could my weight loss and exercising routine have something to do with not having my period? Could I be pregnant? I don't feel pregnant-not like I did before the miscarriage. I had very sore boobs, sick to my stomach, etc with my pregnancy. Any ideas?
) 2/week for the 1st month, then once/week the next month, then 1/biweekly, then once per month indefinitely. My B12 was very low, however, for my age so I think it will take some time to recover a normal level. The B12 dose the weight loss clinic offers is 500 (mg?) per injection, I was told. I do know that the appetite suppressants (phentermine is one) that they offer do work, as I took them after the Fen part of PhenFen went off the market. It does not work as well as the combo.
I'm a little low in vitamin D, but that's it. The dr seems to think that the lack of weight loss, weight gain, and depression/mood swings/lack of emotional control I've been having is from a lack of sleep. Which is another symptom I've been having. I've not had a good nights sleep in I couldn't tell you when. So here's what I need to know. 1) has anyone experienced this, could lack of sleep be the cause of these symptoms. 2) what did you do?
so for all of you experienced dieters/ healthy eaters i need some help..
I had a dermoid cyst removed (10x10 cm) and I lost weight, but I had already been losing weight. I was about 10-15 pounds into my weight loss when I had the cyst removed. I lost 20 pounds total, but that's including the weight loss prior to the surgery. Weight loss is a process. It doesn't happen quickly, so it's important to keep your eyes on that end goal. Best of luck in the weight loss goals and I hope the surgery goes well!
So the rule of thumb is when treating candida to add a couple years before the onset of symptoms and then its treatment should be at least one month per year of candida, with a minimum of 6 full months of treatment. (diet and coconut oil*) You may do a simple and easy saliva test for candida. Just search on YouTube for details. If you want, I can send it to you. Again this is only indicative.
Hi Harry, You describe yourself as "quite obese". That may not be true. Your BMI is 31.6, but BMI is a screening tool, not a diagnostic one, and it is greatly misused. In most people, BMI correlates well with body fat, but there are exceptions. You should ascertain your body fat percentage, because it is possible to have a BMI which is higher than "the ideal" yet have a "normal" body fat percentage.
I did HCG. More than half of my weight loss was lean mass. That is bad weight loss, no different than starving yourself. Its a crock. I loose 1lb per day and don't sacrifice lean mas with simple fat-fasting. 1000 calories per day 90% coming from fat.
Any hints, good diets, websites, exercises, etc. I am at my heaviest weight 350 and I would like to lose small amounts of weight at a time. I am game for anything!! HELP!!!
You said no weight loss has your measurements gotten any smaller? you didn't mention what you consume. Diet isn't about eating less, it's about eating more—more nutrition-dense food, to crowd out the empty calories and keep you full all day. That's important, because restricting food will kill your metabolism. It makes your body think, "I'm starving here!" And your body responds by slowing your metabolic rate in order to hold on to existing energy stores.
There's just a lot we don't know but I'll try my best. Muscle loss during treatment is probably caused by a combination of issues including both rapid weight loss, lack of normal activity, plus the interferon itself "eats" up muscle as least according to my NP. As to after treatment, I'd really like to know the answer what's going on, and a number of possibilities were touched upon in the thread below.
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