LILITHD   4,188
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In 2001, my thyroid went on permanent strike and I gained about 60 pounds in 2.5 months, even exercising every other day at the gym! By the time we realized what had happened, I had shot up from 95 lbs to 155! I am still heartbroken and disgusted that I can't seem to get my bikini body back. Not only that, but, I reached under my daughter's bed the other day to grab a toy she had dropped and got stuck under the bed!!! No more. It's GOT TO GO!!!!!

UPDATE: 8/25/2014
I have ...
In 2001, my thyroid went on permanent strike and I gained about 60 pounds in 2.5 months, even exercising every other day at the gym! By the time we realized what had happened, I had shot up from 95 lbs to 155! I am still heartbroken and disgusted that I can't seem to get my bikini body back. Not only that, but, I reached under my daughter's bed the other day to grab a toy she had dropped and got stuck under the bed!!! No more. It's GOT TO GO!!!!!

UPDATE: 8/25/2014
I have re-started my weight loss journey with SP about 4 weeks ago and have lost 3 lbs. Not as good as I would like, but moving in the right direction. We'll see what the future holds. I was up to 171 lbs, the largest I have ever been in my life, since I'm small-boned and only 5'3". I have to get this weight off within the next year or so. I'm working hard to accomplish that.
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Member Since: 12/27/2007

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My Goals:
I want my bikini body back; I want to walk up the stairs without having to stop to catch my breath! I want to feel better physically and mentally.

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I suffer not only from Hypothyroidism, but also from Bipolar Disorder.

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KATELJM
8/12/2014 10:36:19 PM

Thank you so much for commenting on my blog, "It Bears Repeating! You Don't Have to Go Fast". Yes, the challenges are greater as we age, but we need to "Go" somehow.



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BETRHO48
8/12/2014 9:40:13 PM

emoticon Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog, "Stimulus Narrowing - Day #65 - Spangle's 100 Days of Weight Loss." I appreciate your support and have made you a SparkFriend.
~Beth



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ARKAIOS
8/8/2014 12:34:35 PM

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DSHONEYC
7/29/2014 10:47:44 AM

emoticon for your positive comment on my blog of woe. Good as gone is right! emoticon



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RTGRAFF
7/28/2014 4:51:02 PM

Thank you for your awesome response on my issue. Everywhere I turn, everything tells me how to act, feel, and things to do curb the overeating but nothing about the under eating. I've been trying for years but am making a concerted effort. No offense, but am glad how Weight Watcher's and Nutrisystem didn't work for you. Was gonna try them as a last resort, but as you said, if that's too much food, how would I eat that?

Keep going on the Jillian Michaels video. One day, I might try one. Just afraid I'm gonna hurt something that's been hurt in the past.





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