I feel so horrible I've been off my dieting program for 4 and half months. It all started when I went to fort stewart, ga to be with my husband we didn't have anything to cook with so of course we went out to eat all the time I even stopped exercising coz of not feeling comfortable living in the barracks. We finally got out of the army and I got to move back to Texas. I started weight watchers however I'm doing it free I have all the imformation (can't afford 2 pay for it) and I also started walking and doing the treadmill 3-6 days a week. I'm hoping to start my exercise videos again.
I am up to 163lbs I want to be 125-130lbs and my doctor has lowered my predisone and prograf so that should help with my swelling and cravings, however Im stilling taking enough to way slow down my weight loss. I have gained 26lbs since my transplant on jan 22 my doctor isn't to happy however normally transplant patients gain 40-65lbs there first 2 yrs. I hoping with my getting back on plan it can start losing again. any support would be wonderful...
Heather von Hagel
Last weigh in weight: 157.5
This weeks goal:
stay at point range
I know I can do this its just gonna be hard but I'm keeping my faith... With God all things are possible I learn it the hard way....
Hi Heather! I can definitely relate to that icky feeling after being off plan. I had surgery in June and I wasn't allowed to diet or exercise for 2 months. It's hard to switch channels! Good luck to you, and I hope your health cooperates with you!
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