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CECISMOMMY09 SparkPoints: (8,221)
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1/2/13 10:55 A

could be a combination of things but either way you will be ready to go when your not sick anymore congrats!

IGSBETH SparkPoints: (121,858)
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1/2/13 10:05 A

Maybe your body just neede a rest.

SHARODJAY SparkPoints: (9,677)
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1/2/13 9:43 A

Thats incredible

CALLMECARRIE Posts: 1,598
1/1/13 1:25 P

Maybe it's justice for all those weeks when I exercised diligently and counted every calorie and stayed within my calorie range -- then gained a pound. Go figure. Thank you for your comments.

SMANISMELL SparkPoints: (69,292)
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1/1/13 1:09 P

If you did not consume enough fluids during your illness it could be dehydration. Or, it could be that you ate less during the illness.

OFFICIALOLDY Posts: 1,162
1/1/13 12:53 P

It could be dehydration or maybe your body was working hard to fight the infection. I'm glad you are beginning to feel better and I'm glad you have a weight loss to show for your time feeling under the weather. Take it easy working back into your exercise program.

CALLMECARRIE Posts: 1,598
1/1/13 12:38 P

I weighed my lowest weight in years this morning. However, I'm coming off a pretty serious lower respiratory infection -- aches, fever, chest seemingly full of cement -- and I haven't exercised for 5 days. In fact I've been sleeping a lot. So it surprises me to have lost weight. Could it be dehydration?

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