You're fixating too much on the numbers. Don't tie your emotions to the scale. Remember, there is more to good health than a number that stares at us from between our toes in the morning. Don't assume something is wrong because the scale isn't moving as fast as you'd like.
I can assure you that if you continue to eat right, watch your portions and get some regular exercise that includes some strength training, you will see change with time. But you have to be patient. Look for other ways to measure success that don't involve the scale.
Are your clothes fitting better ? Do you have more energy ? Are you sleeping better ? Can you walk up stairs without getting tired ? Can you do more push ups today than you could a month ago ? How's your blood pressure ? Do you know that if your blood pressure has dropped in the last month, your doctor would be thrilled. Lowering your blood pressure is a HUGE health benefit.
Patience, it's a virtue. Yes, you are going to see many ups and downs on the scale as you lose. that's why you need to find other non scale successes to celebrate.