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MARYJOELHC
Posts: 31
6/12/13 4:41 P

Thanks everyone just needed to hear what you are all saying. I appreciate the support :)



CMCOLE
Posts: 2,667
6/12/13 3:42 P

I agree with others.
Weight can fluctuate daily, and even hourly
Don't stress over small changes
Work at getting healthy



MEGAPEEJ
Posts: 732
6/12/13 1:16 P

In the last week I have been 182 pounds, 178 pounds, and everything in between!

Our bodies may hold on to water, have hormonal shifts, be digesting food, all sorts of things that may make the number on the scale increase, but has nothing to do with actually gaining weight. I guarantee that if you looked at everyone's weight tracker, not a single person would have a straight line going in a downward direction. But we still might see 2 lbs up, 3 lbs down within a week.

Stick with it, and don't only rely on the scale! Take measurements, track how you feel, how your clothes fit. The scale can be helpful, but also kind of a jerk!



KCLARK89
SparkPoints: (23,926)
Fitness Minutes: (12,584)
Posts: 1,053
6/12/13 10:52 A

Have you been exercising as well?

It isn't anything to worry about! My weight fluctuates anywhere from 1-5 pounds daily based on what I ate/water retention, but as long as the general trend remains the same, then I don't worry about it (in maintenance). So for you, as long as your general overall trend is downward like you want, then it isn't anything to worry about!



CHEETARA79
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Posts: 3,476
6/12/13 10:33 A

Weight isn't a static #. It goes up and down like heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, etc. As long as you are making healthy choices, tracking your food and working out, just trust the process. The weight will come off eventually but it probably won't be consistent. You will have ups and downs even if you are "perfect". This is normal and nothing to worry about.



MARYJOELHC
Posts: 31
6/12/13 10:30 A

I ate the recommended calories given to me when I first started the first week was good, this week I gained weight. Any suggestions feeling frustrated emoticon



 
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