Losing weight slowly steadily

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10161345 tn?1488138652 So according to my calculations using the standard by a ob's office, I should be literally six weeks pregnant today. I've been losing weight slowly but steadily for 2 years, however I'm a little concerned. During the actual weeks since estimated conception dates, I've actually lost another 4 lbs. Just some nausea, and dizziness mostly, no vomiting and no huge changes in appetite or lifestyle. Anyone familiar with this?
Avatar f tn I keep losing weight and im 35 weeks and my doctor isnt concerned about it...
Avatar f tn ve been on a slow road to recovery and very slowly losing some weight. Looking back at pictures of myself and seeing the clothes I used to wear, I realize now that my opinions about myself and my weight were ridiculous and cost me many years of feeling good about myself. It was a tough way to learn a lesson, but it is a lesson I have learned. I will never get down to my previous weight, and I'm completely fine with that.
Avatar n tn s one thing to lose weight, another to lose a specific amount in a short amount of time. Losing slowly and steadily by changing your lifestyle and diet is the way to go, but nobody can tell you how quickly the weight will come off. It depends on your metabolism, how much exercise you can handle, and how disciplined and knowledgeable you are about eating healthfully.
Avatar f tn m steadily losing weight. Everything I mean everything gives me heart burn an comes right back up. Does anyone have any suggestion on what I should take or do?
Avatar f tn I found out that was eating less than before just by paying attention. In a nutshell I now eat way less, lost weight (slowly but steadily) and feel way better....without any diet. (Oh - I cut back alcohol as well...). My only recipe was Consumed Calories > Calory Intake...
Avatar f tn Last pregnancy I lost 15lbs by then. This pregnancy I was at 8ish at 18 weeks but didnt lose weight this time bc I was only nauseous not puking. Now I am 23+3 and have gained 12 lbs. However I am overweight and goal was 20-25.
579258 tn?1250649343 I'm definitely a turtle and I believe I'm losing the race, but since I'm not a quitter, I'll hang on till the end. Something has to give sooner or later, I would think!!
Avatar f tn ve been steadily losing weight over the past few days even though I eat at least 3 meals a day (3 normal portioned meals, or 5 small meals). When I first weighed myself when I found out I was pregnant, I was about 145. Then when I went to the doctor 2 weeks ago I was 140, now I'm 137. Anyone else going through weird things like this? Oh and keep in mind I'm constipated, so I feel like I should weigh more?
Avatar f tn Thank you!
Avatar f tn Certainly there has to be some people with hypothyroidism on this board that don't stuggle with their weight...isn't there? I am new to this hypoT and am slowly and steadily gaining weight. I have Graves and had a TT last June. Weighed 117 then....132 now. If there are any long time members out there with some suggestions, please post them. I look at Catherine Bell and she is beautiful and thin and a thyroid cancer survivor at age 21. She seems to manage her weight just fine.
Avatar f tn I'm 14 weeks and losing weight. Doc isn't concerned.
Avatar m tn I am plus size and have an iron deficiency - but both of those are currently under control. I take pills for the iron deficiency daily, and I have been losing weight slowly and steadily, with little stress to the body. 6. I am not overly stressed since I don't work at the moment, and cooking and cleaning is my hardest task. Likewise this month not been more stressful than any other months prior. 7.
Avatar n tn If she has been gaining weight very slowly but steadily through her first year then she would be fine (small and underweight but ok), however, if she has started to lose weight with a good appetite then she needs the testing the MDs will be doing. It is impossible to say what is going on without doing tests. The testing will find out 'why' and then she will be treated properly.
Avatar f tn I have had three ectopics and resulted in me losing both my tubes. Last week I had a positive preganancy test and my hcg was 200. yesterday my level was 340, the nurse advised me that they really wanted them to double. I am a bit worried but I am hopeful that it will work out. Anyone who has experienced the same?
9455625 tn?1412820762 No losing weight is actually normal if not in excessive amounts
1519805 tn?1291058650 As you mature, it will be more and more difficult to lose weight. However, large amounts of weight gain--with no change in diet or activity--usually hints at a medical condition. So make sure you rule those out first. First of all, there's nothing easy or quick about losing weight. I'm so frustrated with commercials and billboards that promise fast results. A fat camp means you'll lose weight while at camp, but then what happens when you get home?
Avatar f tn I have been losing weight steadily over the past few months by changing my diet and going to the gym several time a week. I have just found out im pregnant and I would like to stick to my routine. Is it harmful to the baby for me to continue losing weight?
Avatar f tn As long as you gain slowly and steadily without any major jumps, everything should be on track. I'm also at 7lbs at 18 weeks. Only gained 23 with my first and 10 of that was the last month and a half!
579258 tn?1250649343 Nice to hear from you and hope you had a nice time out of town. Welcome back!!! Glad you were able to go back and pick up the days you missed; the links are left live so people can go back any time. As far as losing "only 1 lb" ... 1 lb is an Awesome weight loss. Remember Sweetie ... we didn't put those pounds on overnight and they shouldn't come off that way either. One pound at a time, slowly and steadily, brings about our success.
Avatar f tn Since being back I have been having a hard time sleeping, have been having stomach pain after eating, have been light headed to the point of nearly passing out, and, as I said, have been losing weight despite eating the amount I ate before leaving for Nepal. I do not have diarrhea and have not been vomiting. I have been steadily losing weight for 9 months to a year, so I typically only eat 1,500 calories a day, but am working on stabilizing my weight by increasing intake.
Avatar f tn I also take concerta for focus help at 100mg. when i first was depressed but not yet diagnosed i steadily gained weight till i was overweight at about 147lbs. i am 5'6" and a good weight for me is anywhere between 125-135. I am now 109, one year after starting treatment. I have not steadily been losing this 40ish lbs, but rather i will dip in weight for example, in the past week, i was 112lbs on monday and about 4 days later i was at 109.
455051 tn?1255826518 t gain anything and lost here and there and gained back, etc. like you.. And then as time went on I started to steadily gain weight. I even lost a lb again at some point and gained it back. Don't worry about it.
Avatar f tn However, after about two months of being on it, I began to gain weight steadily, until I had packed 15 extra pounds on to my small frame. I never had ANY trouble with weight gain in my life; if I started seeing the scale creep up, I could exercise and be careful for a day or two and it would go right back to normal. After making the connection between the weight gain and the zoloft, I weaned myself off, which was not fun (brain zaps are terrible!).
Avatar f tn My glucose has always been normal. I have been steadily losing weight and now weigh 102. I previously 208. I lost my weight without trying, but doctors say I'm fine. I just had labs done and all liver tests decreased but still within normal levels, but most alarming to me was my glucose level rose from 95 to 113. Should I be concerned?
704458 tn?1236841243 I lost a pound. Was hoping for more but will be happy with steadily losing weight.