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Bone Density Test


Tuesday, June 03, 2008


I went for my Bone Density Test and for my Mammogram this morning. It had been four years since I'd had a BDT, and the tech said "Your bones have IMPROVED, so what have you been doing differently?" I told him I'd been doing SOME exercise since I found Sparkspeople. He said "Well, it has helped your bones."
W O N D E R F U L.
I know I will keep being a SPARKER!! My mammogram looked okay to the tech, and she said the doctor would read it later and send me the results, but she showed me the scan. I told her I was glad I'd lost 33# and planned to lose more so it would be easier to have an accurate test.
I'm reading PAUL MCKENNA'S book "I CAN MAKE YOU THIN" and I started listening to the hypnosis CD twice a day, so I hope that will help. I plan to succeed and I won't settle for less in this WAR ON FAT.
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THESPOTTEDDOG 9/24/2014 3:26PM

    Doing weight bearing exercises are a GREAT way to improve bone density. It doesn't have to be a lot of weight you lift either. Even squats and lunges can be helpful. So glad that you're able to SEE the difference.

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SHARON10002 6/20/2012 5:55PM

    I love the cartoon! Guess I'm going to have to move my scale emoticon !
Good news on your tests! Things are definitely heading in the right direction for you!

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TUCKDK42 9/28/2008 11:41PM

  I love the cartoon!! I never thought of that! Glad your BDT turned out well. You reminded me I have to call to schedule my mammogram tomorrow. Thank you Donna


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AMELDA1 7/21/2008 9:17PM

  Your doing great Jibbie, I know it takes so much determination to lose weight and you seem to have found it, keep up the good work! take care....Elaine

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JAZZID 6/12/2008 9:14PM

    Good for you on your bdt... I had one a few months back because I had to have a baseline test before starting the anti-cancer drug Arimidex. Well, my test results came out above average. I have always exercised and done strength training as well, and my doctor attributed the fact that all of the weight bearing exercises that I had done, paid off. The test also indicated that I am "not" at risk for osteoporosis... this doesn't mean however, that the Arimidex might not cause some problems, but with a healthy diet and exercise I'm going to try to keep side effects to a minimum.

I am glad that your mammagram came back ok as well. Now you can concentrate on your fitness/nutrition goals... You can do it.... We "can" and "will" do it....

"Stay encouraged"... emoticon ~Dee

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TURNINGIN2MYMOM 6/9/2008 8:31AM

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Keep us updated on the hypnosis!

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EACHMOMENT 6/6/2008 10:31AM

    Tears of JOY and HOPE in my eyes .... thank you for sharing the encouragement from your own life! The positive experiences of other people benefit me tremendously by keeping my spirits up and by encouraging me to continue to babystep my way along through life. Sunny

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OUTOFIDEAS 6/5/2008 7:16PM

    So excited for your progress, Jibbie...way to go! You make me think that it might come together for me eventually as well. Thanks!

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LUZNITNOW 6/5/2008 1:21PM

  I, too, want to add my congratulations! Keep up the good work! Hope you are having a great sparkly day!

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CAROLISCIOUS 6/3/2008 9:54PM

    Congrats on the good reports JIBBIE!
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MRSMJG 6/3/2008 8:36PM

  That is Wonderful! My doctor told me that quitting smoking also will help my bones be stronger, after my last bone density test. Congratulations!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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