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MJEFFERSON23 SparkPoints: (32,691)
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3/3/14 10:23 A

Somewhat, my feet are much thinner!

DELRIO1 Posts: 6,251
3/3/14 9:40 A

nope

BOB5148 SparkPoints: (466,923)
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3/3/14 7:57 A

No

GOODEBEME Posts: 315
3/3/14 7:46 A

no

SHOOTINGSTAR12 SparkPoints: (30,873)
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3/3/14 6:18 A

No

ROXYCARIN SparkPoints: (95,965)
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3/3/14 1:22 A

With pregnancy went up two sizes

SUNSET09 SparkPoints: (503,755)
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3/3/14 12:01 A

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Nope, just the width emoticon

LRHODES8 Posts: 164
3/2/14 9:26 P

Yes...I had to start buying a larger shoe when I gained a lot of weight...I'm looking forward to wearing the smaller size again...

FINDINGMYSELF61 SparkPoints: (1,916)
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3/2/14 8:47 P

Just the width since my feet and ankles aren't as puffy.

Edited by: FINDINGMYSELF61 at: 3/3/2014 (10:48)
PATRICIA-CR Posts: 17,526
3/2/14 8:44 P

Definitely, but not only with my weight or weight loss, but with age! emoticon emoticon

CSROBERTSON621 SparkPoints: (177,362)
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3/2/14 8:39 P

Yes, definitely. Half a size smaller, and also narrower. I suppose it makes sense if you think about it -- my feet aren't carrying around an extra 100+ pounds all day any more!

ROSALIEESTHER Posts: 7,892
3/2/14 7:24 P

Yes! I thought I was crazy, but yes, my shoe size is smaller now that I've lost weight!

FORTYPLUS56 Posts: 3,197
3/2/14 6:43 P

Yes

BLUEEYESGIRL80 SparkPoints: (93)
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3/2/14 5:36 P

Yes, i can't wear my old heals i have :( getting back there though for sure! :)

TCANNO SparkPoints: (321,685)
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3/2/14 10:01 A

No they haven't. It is something I have never thought of

Just a thought, maybe if you like me walk a lot they don't




Edited by: TCANNO at: 3/2/2014 (10:02)
MIZKAREN Posts: 50,430
3/2/14 9:12 A

yes

RODYANNE SparkPoints: (12,974)
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3/1/14 2:27 P

yes


STRONGERLEANER SparkPoints: (171,654)
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3/1/14 1:40 P

I have not had changes in shoe size.

LOLEMA SparkPoints: (105,894)
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3/1/14 12:04 P

No, but swelling - fluids are less which make shoes fit better.

PENNYSAVER2 SparkPoints: (143,961)
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3/1/14 9:51 A

Yes




RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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3/1/14 9:16 A

Absolutely

MIZKAREN Posts: 50,430
3/1/14 8:38 A

yes

UMBILICAL Posts: 12,786
2/28/14 11:22 P

Of course

JIACOLO SparkPoints: (524,021)
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2/28/14 9:38 P

Yes, but it is still a wide shoe size, just smaller

ONLINEASLLOU SparkPoints: (73,153)
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2/28/14 9:36 P

Went from a 7 to a 6.5

RAYLINSTEPHENS Posts: 38,814
2/28/14 7:47 P

Hi!

No and yes. Like you, my feet definitely became thinner! I do have one pair of walking shoes that fits me now that didn't before.

Mostly the size is the same I think. Hard to say only because I learned that I was wearing shoes that were really too small for walking before.

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JUHISAXENA SparkPoints: (98,566)
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2/28/14 6:50 P

yes

AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (0)
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2/28/14 6:50 P

Yes, strangely. I have been a size 10 since I was a teenager, when I weighed much less than I do now. These days I am wearing a 9.5 or 9 shoe.

My body is cannibalizing all of the fat that I have OTHER than the belly fat due to metabolic disease. I have also lost several ring sizes--a ring that was custom made for me when I was 18 is now so large that I had to get a ring guard in order to be able to wear it.

03191952 SparkPoints: (15,294)
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2/28/14 6:04 P

Yes, it dones, as you lose weight, it gets smaller

PAMLICO-DAZE SparkPoints: (46,810)
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2/28/14 5:37 P

Not yet

JANCARD SparkPoints: (115,240)
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2/28/14 5:32 P

Yes, from 7.5 to a 7.

SCOTTIEOWNER SparkPoints: (7,107)
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2/28/14 5:09 P

Yes

KKKAREN Posts: 12,754
2/28/14 5:03 P

yes, mine changed

LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,334
2/28/14 4:52 P

My shoe size has not really changed since I was in high school even though I weigh much more. I had very narrow feet though so normal width shoes probably just fit better.

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (108,021)
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2/28/14 4:39 P

It changed when I had my son when I was 38. I put on 50 or so pounds and 1/2 a shoe size....yet when the weight was lost, my foot stayed the same.

SHAFEEQAHD SparkPoints: (13,568)
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2/28/14 1:23 P

No

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (243,024)
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2/28/14 12:36 P

Yes, each time I lost more than 50 or 60 times, the shoe size went down, so, keep your shoes for each time they fit you...................;)

JAMIRBLAZE Posts: 1,738
2/28/14 12:21 P

Yes. I went from a 10 to a 9. My feet are still wider than "normal," but smaller around.

Edited by: JAMIRBLAZE at: 2/28/2014 (12:22)
MONIEE2 SparkPoints: (152,211)
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2/28/14 12:05 P

Somewhat...some of them fit much better due to the weight loss! Hang in there, it only gets better!

AUSSIEJAN2 Posts: 2,943
2/28/14 11:57 A

No.

LADYCJM SparkPoints: (57,456)
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2/28/14 11:53 A

Yes, it has. I used to wear a 10W now I wear a standard 9. The excess weight causes our feet to spread in all directions so losing 100#s means not so much spread.

RUBENB2003 Posts: 14,837
2/28/14 11:38 A

No, I haven't noticed a change

SPARKLEYSHINE SparkPoints: (29,922)
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2/28/14 11:33 A

No change for me.

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 17,130
2/28/14 11:27 A

Yes sometimes I can wear a 7

SHERYLDS Posts: 17,179
2/28/14 11:22 A

Has Your Shoe Size Changed With Your Weight ?

My width has changed....and my friend told me her size changed.
Have you noticed any changes as you lose.....
or have you lost a lot of weight but remained the same shoe size?

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