I stopped regularly exercising around when this started back in January or February, but I do go on walks a lot to help.
So, throughout my journey of weightloss and health checks, this is one thing that has stubbornly remained. The only variable that I don't know about is my electrolyte level. I've been taking the proton pump inhibitor(omeprazole) for a long number of years and I know those can drain your magnesium reserve.
tell your dh that if he agrees to wear one of those pg tummy simulator things around 24/7 for an entire week you'll look intop holding him in until the 29th.
men wouldn't last a day with all that weight hanging off the front of them.
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