Good luck to your hubby with his scope! My hubbys name is Jim too btw :)
Losing weight when you need to can be a good thing but keep an eye on your weight loss. You don't want to lose TOO much. I went to a former family doc and I had my blood tested for cholesterol. This doc jokingly said, well there is a bright side to having Uc now isn't there?? At least your cholesterol is great and your weight is under control! Noticed how I mentioned she was my FORMER doc?? lol
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Posted 9/7/2008 11:36 AM (GMT -7)
LOL I can understand how she was a "former doc" Fortunately I have never had problems w/ cholestrol. I am enjoying this weight loss for now even tho this is truly NOT the way I wanted to lose it. I feel best at 125 - 130. I did get excited, I can still fit my bum into my jeans. Had the nerve to try them on today. If I get below 125 then I will be talking w/ the doc - but at 139 I have a ways to go! I knew I liked you - we both have Jim's ! LOL And by the way, my Jim is doing great!
Posted 9/7/2008 5:53 PM (GMT -7)
I lost around 30 pounds last year because of a flare and because i stopped taking prednisone, but losing weight this way isnt exactly the healthiest way..
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