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RUNNING-TURTLE Posts: 1,932
1/27/14 1:29 P

I only go my scale at home, that way I have consistency in seeing what I am losing or gaining. As for the doctor's scale, it never matches mine. But there I look for a similar weight loss over a certain time frame, and if I lost 9 pounds in 3 months at home, there's should show a 9 pound loss as well or at least very close. Plus like Christina said, our weight fluctuates day to day from many factors.

Jen, Michigan (Eastern Time Zone)

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1/27/14 11:27 A

Use the same scale every time you weigh in. Don't worry about other scales not being the same. Also, remember that our weight can change on a day to day based on water retention, so it is best to weigh in once a week.

BHOGAL Posts: 13
1/26/14 3:36 P

Hi I weighed myself last Friday and on tues was at dr and was weighed there where he said lost 9 lb which surprised me but when I weighed myself this Friday my weight is still same as last Friday , who's scale was wrong . Am controlling portion and doing exercise daily

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