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   Posted 9/12/2007 1:11 PM (GMT -6)   
Well I have good news I have not gained any weight tongue but I have not lost either redface I just maintained. This is going to be harder for me with the meds and having a hard time getting around. Walking is out of the question if I do not want to spend days in bed afterwards. Simple house work tires me out. My sleep problems are not helping much. I did get encourangement and was told to hang in there. I will try it to a month and see what happens. 
until my next weight in  
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       I just try to make it threw every day as best I can.
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   Posted 9/12/2007 2:06 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey tink,

Don't give up!!!!! yeah I am at the last 20 lb mark and the meds are making it tough on me too!!! I am here with you and although I am not doing weight watchers with you I think it would be good to stick with for the change and healthy eating. Sometimes I notice my weight is the same, not changed in a month, but my clothes are more loose so don't give up. There are many of us here who feel the same way and want to lose. What better support could we have for each other who are in the sam situation and want to get a head start before the holidays, so the sweets don't get the best of us.

We are here for you and I am here with you.

Love always,
Leta :-) cool
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   Posted 9/12/2007 9:13 PM (GMT -6)   
Hang in there Tink . . . you are SO right . . . maintaining is a victory!!! Wooo Hooo!!!

Even simple range of motion exercises can help your lymphatic system drain fluid. . . and range of motion exercises (with doctor's permission) are a necessity for those of us who can't get around too well.

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