20 MONTHS OUT... NOT LOSING ANYMORE...
I am out 20 months. I have been at the same weight for the last 6 months...
I know some of it is the way I eat and lack of exercise. However, it didn't help when I hurt my leg 3 month ago.
I am in physical Therapy ( tore my ACL and PCL). I occasionaly take tylenol for the pain but I am excitd because I can finally ride a stationary bike. Since riding the stationary bike @ therapy, I decided to buy a one for home. Hoping to increase exercise.
But now I have a slight pain just below the sternum, that feels like heart burn? I thought it was possibly a reaction to drinking coffee, or acidic foods. But now, there is a slight blood (red not dark) in my stool.
Any suggestions?? Feeling a little down and need to pull myself up!
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on 6/23/12 4:56 am
Just as an FYI, I had long (6 month or more) stalls, but did finally make it to goal and below at about 29 months. Each person's body has a weight that the body feels most comfortable at, and it will fight to remain at that weight. Also remember that the weight itself isn't nearly as important as health and size. Most people who wear a size 4 wear that size but that doesn't mean that they all weigh teh same amount. I am always astounded at peopl who weigh more than me at the same height but they are wearing two or four sizes smaller. The way the weight is distributed is a huge differential and so the number on the scale isn't nearly as important as "ARE you the size you WANT to be (and is it realistic)" If you get the size you want, who cares what hte scale says.
~Lady Lithia~ 200 lbs lost!
March 9, 2011 - Coccygectomy!
I chased my dreams, and my dreams, they caught me!