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Destructive Doctor Appointment


Saturday, August 02, 2008

I had a doctor's appointment yesterday and when they weighed me in I was 8.8 pounds heavier than what my scale says and what I am tracking myself with on SparkPeople. I sat in the doctor's office devastated by this tremendous increase of weight since I've been following my program and staying within my calorie range. Mind you I adjusted the fitness part of it when I wasn't doing anything so my calories would be at a lower amount. However, I was proud of myself that I was doing so well at staying within or below the calorie level. To gain that amount of weight crushed me and made me just want to run out somewhere and go eat.

I wanted to revert back to my old habits of feeling sorry for myself and comforting myself with food. However, I didn't go out and eat. I didn't go buy any fast food. Instead I went home and showed my daughter who was very sympathetic about it and told me not to worry that they have so many people that go there that the scale probably isn't calibrated right. She made me feel good about it and I ate a little piece of steak and we went to the movies. I had some popcorn there, not as much as I usually eat. When I got home I ate cherries for a snack.

However, this morning I'm still thinking about it and I'm still bothered by that weight gain. I won't get on my scale because I'm afraid that I will have a weight gain on my scale too and that will really depress me. I just don't want to do what I normally do and start a program and get into and start losing weight and then as I'm going along I start gaining weight on it and quit. I not only gain the weight that I lost but I decide to add additional pounds.

SparkPeople isn't a diet, it is a way to healthy living and I know that. However, I can be self destructive on my own because of not seeing a weight loss. Maybe I'm not doing something right. I know I don't exercise everyday, but I'm trying to at least get something in weekly. It may not be much to start off with, but someone that did nothing and is doing a little bit is a good accomplishment to me.

Well, I'll stop rambling on. I was just devastated by that increase in weight at the doctor's office yesterday and I can't seem to shake it and I'm afraid I might self-destruct.
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BEESPARKLE 11/21/2014 12:50PM

    Purple 0906 I agree with her comment.

Don't let that scale get you down at Dr's office.

Dont beat yourself up.

Many, many months when I first was doing well. I had same thing. Weight up.

Then two weeks later I tried on some clothes and whoooo hooo they were lose.

I used to fight for winter coats to be big on me. It took almost year. Then when I was sick for years I was so thin. The Dr said are you eating your way too thin.
Then I was fretting over that. Do you best that is all you can do and never worry about the Drs office scales. My golly. That is least of your worries.

I was heavy and now I am fine. I have got to my goal.


So be happy wear a smile. You will be okay. emoticon

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KINGDOMBOUND317 10/5/2014 10:47PM

    Just the fact that you are acknowledging where you are is a statement of NEVER going back! We fall down but get back up again. Just keep eating healthy, drinking water and working out and it will change! The scale fluctuates daily I focus on the fact that clothes I couldn't wear before I can now. the scale may say one thing but inches say another. You have a great plan stick to it!!

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TERRIE2014 9/20/2014 11:04AM

    I recently had an unplanned visit to the doctor's office and had the same problem. When I got home, I had to laugh at myself! Steel toed shoes plus lots of pocket change! I'm going to ask the doctor to make a note about the excess weight in my file! I thought I was doing so good and then that happened.

I try to wear the same clothes each time I go to the doctor, but that isn't always possible. I suggest you look at what you were wearing (especially shoes and pants) and see if they were helping the scale slide the wrong way.

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AUNTALICE2 8/19/2014 9:08PM

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ICECUB 8/9/2014 6:33PM

    TRY NOT TO LET THIS GET YOU DOWN. I WOULD GO BY YOUR SCALES AT HOME. THE ONES YOU USE ALL THE TIME. I THINK ALL SCALES ARE DIFFERENT.

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BACCAGIRL 8/8/2014 11:47AM

    An extremely old post with an all to common problem! We have all stepped on our Dr.'s scale to reveal that higher number: mine was roughly 5lbs higher this week! I suppose you are still working on yourself, on maintenance now? I would love to know how things are going now! At what phase are you in now? I know that this is a lifetime journey....will be on it for our lives, but where AND HOW are you!!

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GARNDA 7/1/2014 5:21PM

    Hey Champ ,
You know how much of a good effort youve put in and what your scales tell you , keep at what your doing and the weight will come off as for the doctors scales let that reading be for there records and only rely on your scales as gospell weight for your records .
Have a great day and dont be hard on yourself , you know the great work youve put in keep at it your a winner . emoticon

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ACACIA21 1/11/2014 9:11AM

    stick to your eating plan. do your exercise, weigh in on your scale on a regular basis, (be it every day or once a week) and the weight will come off.
Calories in+ calories out.
Stay positive against those kinds of things that will make you sabotage yourself.
Best wishes. You can do it!!

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JANK52 10/26/2013 7:59PM

    I also got some news at DR office this week that has me making changes to stay healthy. Family history creeped up on me, as I knew it would at some point, and now I need to work hard too do the right thing for ME....time will tell how good I do. I know I need support and I can get it here from FRIENDS....Thank You for becoming MINE today....I have been looking at each day, as a new challenge to make a positive change....You will do just find here at SparkPeople...keep thinking positive thoughts and Smile. I'm here for YOU..... emoticon

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MARGOMCP 9/28/2013 8:42AM

    I see my doctor every 3 months and know your pain well emoticon

Part of it for me and my doctor is the clothes/shoes but only 2-4 pounds, especially in summer. For awhile I decided to start weighing myself at home in my regular clothes/after I had gotten dressed, you might try that for less of a shock?

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MISSILENE 8/11/2013 1:47PM

    Hi, I know how you feel, when I went to a dr, I would refuse to get on the scale. Who was I kidding,? I was in size 2x and I didn't realize how large I was until I saw myself in the most recent photos, I wanted to die . How did this happen? I could make lots of excuses. But right there I was 256 lbs . That was in 2010' -today, I am 96 lbs lighter. While I am not telling you what to do, I am telling you want I did, I was 61 years old and no way no how was I gonna get it off. So, I had the lapband surgery. And now I am 96 lbs less. I an not in size 2x I am size med..
What I want to say is that it is great that you want to do something. You will find it in Sparkpeople.com. As you know, we are in or have been in the same boat. I will be friending you as you suggested for crochet advise. I hope that we will be friends. How lucky you are to have a supportive daughter. I have a daughter, aged 44 but never hear from her. She lives about 20 min way. But I have many daughters and sisters in my group Lapband rulers.. They call me momma grok.. emoticon , hugs.

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ARCHIMEDESII 11/25/2012 3:54PM

    Did you eat breakfast and drink water before you went to the doctor to be weighed ? Because the physical weight of the water and food you drank would have caused the doctor's scale to show higher than your one at home. That could be a difference as much as 3-5 pounds ! If you want to ensure that your weight is the same at the doctor's office as it is at home, it may mean you can't eat or drink before you get weighed. that's if you're worried about what the scale says.

Also, keep in mind that the doctor's office scale may not be calibrated correctly. consider how many people are getting off/on it all day. how often to they check to make sure it's correct ? That's why you can't beat yourself up because the scale at the doctor's office was higher than you expected.

You have been making great progress in learning to live a healthier lifestyle. give yourself more credit for making those changes !!





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SEATTLE58 11/25/2012 3:33PM

    I'm just reading your blog here for the very first time, since we just became friends. You've gotten so much good advice already! I know for a fact that my Dr.'s scale is at least 7# heavier, so I just try to think about my home scale only, or so it can depress me so much too. I got on our scale here at home after being gone down to our daughter's and son-in-law's for the Thanksgiving holiday, and I gained 2# and I know that that's true! Yikes! I did eat different and more. I tried, but how can you eat a whole lot different when your daughter's doing all the cooking for you for the first time?! Our first meal was healthy kabobs, so that was neat! The huge turkey meal was so yummy and it was extra super with me being able to choose and pick. Turkey pot pie and biscuits and gravy were things that I wouldn't of made, but so delicious and I tried to eat less than I normally would. I know that I ate more over the 4-day period that ever at home, but I also loved being with our daughter and husband! So, I paid the price and will try better now that I'm back home. We can't be perfect all the time. This is how life is! Have a great week ahead and I'll try my best too! emoticon

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SIMPLY-4-ME 11/12/2012 5:13PM

    Don't worry about what the doctor scale said. Use the scale you normally use and none other. No two scales weigh the same. emoticon

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4THELOVEOFDOLLS 8/20/2012 1:05PM

    emoticon Don't give up. Go by the scale you use at home! emoticon

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ZUMBAMAMMA3 8/9/2012 5:34PM

    hang in there we can do it

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TIGRKITTN 7/30/2012 9:48AM

    I know this is a really old post, but just wanted to add my two cents- my doctor's scale is seven pounds higher than mine. This seems to be a trend... *conspiracy theory!!!*

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CANBDONE 3/24/2012 3:46PM

    You've lost 100 pds. so I guess you're doing something right! Remember, we're more than the number on the scale....

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MICH312 8/17/2011 12:04AM

    Let the doctor's office scale go. I weigh more on my doctor's scale than at home too, and I'm sure many others do as well. Because I normally don't go to the doctor too often, I simply keep track of my weight at home because I have access to it all the time. At least this way you can have easy access to a scale, even though it may not match the numbers when you go to the doctor. In the end, it's your health and how you look and feel about yourself that is important, and if the number on the scale is slightly off, that's ok. Just weigh yourself around the same time every day.

I normally would feel the same way that you do. However, I had a biopsy yesterday and am waiting to hear whether or not it is cancer. No matter what the outcome, I am learning that I need to relax and let some things go. Who knows, maybe this is the lesson I was supposed to learn by going through all of this!

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SCRAPPINPOLLY 8/11/2011 6:55PM

    Don't worry about the difference. All scales are different. Just keep on doing what you're doing and keep your chin up!

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KYNISKA 6/9/2011 9:23AM

    I know this post is almost 3 years old, but I just wanted to comment on it. The scales at my dr's office are about 6 lbs different for me - it's still devastating for your mood, I know! However, I don't pay attention to the numbers. I put the information from my home scale into an Excel spreadsheet and create a chart and then a trendline. I can see how I'm doing without worrying about the little ups and downs. Right now, I can see a significant downward trend, and that motivates me. If you run into this situation again (and are a visual person!), maybe you could try that.

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LAWALK 8/4/2009 12:33AM

    I would not worry too much about the difference. All scales weigh differently and depending on what are wearing and what time of the day it is. You should just continue to look at your own scale as your guide for weight lost. So don't give up or give in... after all you have already lost 26 pounds which is great. Just keep staying in your calorie limits and getting in as much exercising and movement as you can. You can do this!

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BARBARA0214 6/29/2009 3:06PM

    I weigh almost nine pounds more at my doctor's too. I use the scale at the gym, which is a professional one. It does not bother me because the nurses' weigh me with my shoes on. I always weigh myself with them off. The numbers may be different, but we both agree-the number is going down.

The point is to use the same scale to weigh yourself every time. Decide whether your wearing undergarments or a top and jeans. Your shoes on or off your feet is up to you. It is consistency that is important. You set the rules and you weigh yourself the same way every time. As long as the numbers go down, do not worry!

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MISSCHRIS3 4/5/2009 9:51PM

    Don't let it get you down. you are doing all the right things I commend you for not stopping at a restaurant or going back to what triggered you before. That took courage I know that you felt bad about what you felt was a set back but it wasn't you kept focused and are still working towards the ultimate goal....... My FRIEND YOU ARE AWESOME ........ and a real motivation to me and so many others.......... emoticon

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PHISH007 2/23/2009 11:51AM

  The scales that were at your Dr. office were they on carpet or hard floor? If it was carpet then their scales are wrong. It needs to be on a hard surface. But what you could have done was asked the nurse to weigh you again, making sure it was on 0 to begin with. Also at your next appointment bring your scales with you and weigh there so you will know if it is your scale or theirs.
My last thing is scales they are only a number. If I have learned anything from everyone here, actions mean more. Be proud of what you have accomplished and don't let the number bring you down. You have a been a friend to me since I started and that means more than any number.

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TOPSMOM 2/22/2009 9:46PM

    Vanessa,
Is there a TOPS group near you? I'm the leader of my group in Hilliard. I encourage all of my members not to weigh themselves at home. Only weigh at TOPS on the same scale one time a week. There's no worrying whether the two scales weigh the same.
I know the numbers on the scale can be discouraging. What's more important is how you feel, how your clothes fit and whether you've been truthful to your program. If you've been truthful to your program you know you're doing the right thing and the weight will come off.

Keep on doin' the DONE thing.
Sue

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TYPETHEDOCS 2/20/2009 10:52PM

    Awww, Turtle! I've worked in hospitals and clinics for many, many years and I can tell you that ALL scales weigh different. The best thing is to only weigh in for your weight loss program on one specific scale and ignore the weight the docs get.

It's good you wrote about feeling like self-destructing. I had an incident that is rather personal, so I won't share it with you, but I reacted by coming into my computer and eating 6 donuts!!! If I would have been smart, I would have written about it instead. You have inspired me to do better next time! Thank you!

Oh and thanks for being my new friend! I'll be seeing you around the Spark Pages. emoticon

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TOMI23 2/7/2009 6:32AM

  I would be annoyed, too. In high school physics classes every member of our group would measure something, and each of us would come up with a different number. It discouraged me from physics, because I thought there was something wrong with us. Just this week I heard a program on the radio which talked about measurement--never exact, he said. Wow. What a difference that would have made for me. And he talked about pattern--that's what we are establishing--a pattern of healthy eating and exercise. For me, that is something to hold on to. emoticon

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TETABA 2/2/2009 7:51PM

  My scale weighs four pounds lighter that the one at the doctor's office. I weigh myself right before my appointment to be sure. When I belonged to WW, I found this was also the case. I just got used to adding 4 pounds when I track my weight at home. Sometimes when I show a weight loss, I am afraid that my scale has just readjusted itself. I want to buy a new one, but I am afraid that will really mess up my tracking!
I get depressed too. More so because I never seem to lose that initial 4 or 5 pounds when I start a new program. I know it took quite a while to get this overweight, but I just want it to come off faster. Hopefully, we can all keep each other thinking positive.

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SATWOOD 1/29/2009 11:55AM

    I am in the same boat. Forcing myself to exercise is a real chore and hopefully with time we will get there. Just live one day at a time and thank God for what you accomplish each day. Don't get depressed, it will get easier and keep in mind what you want to see when you go back to the doctor next. emoticon

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AMYLISABETH 1/20/2009 1:31AM

    That's happened to me before too-the scale is usually 10 pounds off at the dr.s office. I always weigh less at home. Recently I thought I had lost 5 pounds but it was just that they weighed me on a different scale at the dr.s office. Thank you for sharing this story. I know it had to be a very painful day for you but you got through it. I'm proud of you. Keep up the good work. God bless you.

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MRSSLIM120 1/19/2009 11:54PM

    First, thank you so very much for the welcome and what you gave me. That made me feel so happy I have tears in my eyes right now.

About your blog, I know how you feel. I can't stand getting weighed. I don't own a scale of my own, not until I reach my goal. I weigh in every 2 to 3 mos at the doctors office. I do it this way because it helps me not to focus on numbers. I focus on me- how I eat everyday, how much I exercise daily at least 5 days a week, and how my clothes fit me. Just focusing on these things, when it's time to get weighed in I'll have such a big surprise! That alone is my BIG encouragement. Your daughter is right, some scales aren't calibrated correctly. Try not to weigh in too often. Exercise is a BIG step towards how you reach your goal, and how much weight you lose. Also drinking 8 glasses of water a day is crucial. It helps to wash away the fat cells in our body. Be encouraged, we are all struggling with the same issue.

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LINWEI 12/31/2008 5:34PM

    Hi There - just read your thoughts after your doctors appointment.
I know it is hard.
I just joined the Sparks Team - and I use to be able to set a goal and then was nothing to go after it. I know my mental has a lot to do with it. I am afraid to creat visions and dreams any more, do you have that problem?
I really am working on feeling better about myself - I had let myself go - by not keeping my hair do up - my nails - etc etc -----today I primped and took care of Linda -
Let me know how you are doing--- emoticon

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GTVARIETY 12/31/2008 8:23AM

    Very common! I have learned to ask the nurse or Dr. what my last weigh in was, so I can compare their weigh in's with their scale and not mine.

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CHARLIESGIRL4 12/30/2008 11:02AM

    Hi. Don't get to discouraged by what the doctor's scale said. Every time I go to the doctor their scale reads about 5 lbs higher than mine at home. I don't know why. But as long as you are doing the best you can, YOUR SUCCEEDING!!! emoticon

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AXISLADY 12/12/2008 6:29PM

    You know what? I'll weigh myself and I have lost and THEN I eat. Go figure!!! My scale is a WW digital from Lowe's and weighs the same as my Drs. office. They should be required to have their scales calibrated by the county. lol I can see that happening. Hey - thanks for stopping by my page and wishing me a happy birthday. 69 years - never thought I'd see this day!!! haha

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STRINGBEAN61 12/12/2008 8:57AM

    Girl, YOU ARE NORMAL. Yep, I'd have the very same reaction to a scale at the doctor's office and my own as well... You just have to keep on keeping on as they say. Luckily, when I went for my last checkup, I'd lost so much that the doctor wants me to come back in February and retake the test again because he couldn't believe the weight loss, the cholesterol numbers nor the blood pressure readings. You go figure. You get such wierd readings from the doctors too. Oh well, we are at least trying to do something about ourselves. Love ya and keep on hanging in there.

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WAHMINSC 12/9/2008 10:06AM

    Wow. We're a lot alike. A gain will send me into a tailspin, regardless of how much progress I've made otherwise. Owning that feeling goes a long way in stopping the destructive behavior that follows. Remember that you're not alone. Thank you for sharing this. Hugs!

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KLEE46 11/23/2008 6:21AM

    I can understand why you felt so crushed. Inside my head is the voice that says, "I've been good...what happened? I might as well give up trying if this weight gain happened in spite of my best efforts." That is when I give up and regain EVERYTHING. As others have pointed out scales have a mind of their own. They don't know what they are weighing though, they just tote up. Rather than try to figure out what the scale weighs, maybe you can think about what it can't weigh. It can't weigh what a great person you are, how talented you are, how loveable you are, how beautiful you truly are, how who you are makes a difference in so many lives and most of all how much God loves as a creation in His image. You already are the perfection you seek. The rest is just details.

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CUDDLYK 11/20/2008 4:16AM

    Glad to see you didn't give up hun :) You must feel great that you didn't :) Anything worth doing is going to take alot of effort, whether its weight loss or painting the house :) Lifes just like that! You've proven your worth enough to yourself by not giving in and thats brilliants :) Well done! :)

Huggles!

CK :)

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GRIFF2734 10/5/2008 10:23AM

    Hello I just wanted to stop by your page and give you a little encouragement and support. "The things that are impossible with men are possible with God" Luke 18:27

This scripture really hits home with me because how often do we hear how impossible things are especially with losing weight? I have found that when I allow God to move in my life everything changes, the way I think, the way I do things my faith becomes strong and there is nothing that I cannot do because he is a God that does the possible. When I gave my weight loss over to the Lord he first taught me to see myself as he sees me which was not an easy task because I felt and talked very negative about myself and he reminded me that I was his child and that he loved me even at 400lbs. As of today I have lost over 200lbs what an awesome God he is to take me by the hand and show me that I am worth fighting for that I have the faith and the strength to accomplish the goal set before me. He taught me to set my eyes on him and not how much weight I have to lose or how long it would take me.

I have my own heavenly trainer working in me instilling in me that the impossible task of losing weight isnt impossible at all that through him and because of him I am doing the possible. All praise and glory goes to my Heavenly Father for each and every day he shows me with each and every pound I lose its because I allowed him to move and change my life I allowed his word to heal me to transform me into the woman of God I am intended to be. How truly blessed am I to have a God that can do the possible where everyone says its impossible. Please be encouraged that what he has done for me he can do for you as well, lean on him trust him he loves you more than you know.

Thank you Jesus

God Bless
Carol



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PURPLE0906 10/3/2008 5:13AM

    Hi, saw and read your blog and spark page. First don't ever let going to the doctor's and getting weighed get you down. It's always going to be higher than you weighing at home. The reasons could be the time of day you get weighed at the Doctor's and also you are being weighed with your clothes, shoes on. I weigh myself in the morning with only under garments on.
Second, you are doing great. You are aware of what you are eating, and trying to get exercise in. A little is way better than none. Just remember, you are on your way to a healthier you.

Take care and have a great weekend!

Cindy

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KAROUSELL46 9/22/2008 5:34PM

    Hi. Seen you on someelse's profile and stopped to read your blog. How are you doing since your drs. visit in Aug.? Your story sounded so much like me. I get discouraged when I think I've lost weight and step on the drs scale and get the shocking, depressing news that I've gained. When I leave my mind races to go get something forbidden to eat. My logic goes right out the window. At times, I'm my own worst enemy. Or should I say, the drs scale is my worst enemy. lol The drs scale is the only I step on and yes there is alot of travel on it too. Anyway, hope you are doing better. Take care....Karen emoticon

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AWESOMEFOREVER 9/22/2008 3:35PM

    Yes, gaining is a problem...I gained from my trip to DC. I walked for hours daily at a good clip most of the time.

Yet, I am wearing far smaller clothes. I think it is a faulty scale that my humble opinion!


Linda

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ESTHERUTH1 9/14/2008 9:30PM

    I have the same experience -- BUT, you know what? Use the scale that you alwlays use to guage your weight loss -- not the gym, not the Dr. office -- but the one at home. Use it regularly -- I think they say once a week, and rely on what it says, not on the calibration of some other scale. Keep drinking lots of water and do all the things you know to do. I applaud you, am proud of you, and am pulling for you. emoticon

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ANNEINTHEMAKING 8/28/2008 1:30AM

    Hi There!

I know exactly how depressing this can be.... but don't lose hope! What there any chance that you were retaining water? Or bloated? in the week leading up to and including my "special time of the month" I am always up a HUGE amount.

Keep trying and keep it up!

: )

Anne

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MOONLITCHELLE 8/24/2008 8:38PM

    You're doing GREAT!
I agree with what's already been said. You can't measure your progress from one scale to another. It just won't work.

And EVERY time you move, you're getting healthier.
EVERY time you say "no" to the fast food, or the junk food, is an accomplishment that brings you closer to your goals.
EVERY time.
So try not to dwell on what hasn't happened, or what seems so difficult to accomplish. You're on your way.. it will get easier. You'll move more, it will hurt less. You'll eat better, you'll FEEL better.
You're a beautiful woman, and you DESERVE to be healthy and loved, and don't you let ANYone tell you otherwise.. including yourself!
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RAINSTORMER 8/4/2008 3:31PM

    'Nessa, you definitely need to get on that scale. I know you don't, but you need to make sure you didn't gain that weight - and my estimate is that you definitely DID NOT! You should only use one scale to calculate your weight because they all weigh us slightly differently. That's important to note, and know, and congrats on eating those cherries - they're good, huh?

Pssh getting off your booty at all is good! Blogging is good! You can do it. As long as you control your calories, don't worry about the moving part. you can ALWAYS bring that in later once you can do more after you've lost some weight. no need to be self destructive - you just started! :) :) You're DONE!! WHOO!!

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SHUXREI 8/3/2008 3:47AM

    You're doing an awesome job, mom. I'm so proud of you. :] Don't let that one reading get you down. You're better than that. You're so worth it!! I know you can do this. I know you can.

You're doing a great job. Please try not to let a number get in the way of that. I love you so much. :]

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PEPCEA 8/2/2008 2:22PM

    I know exactly how you feel! The same thing happened to me and it was a 10lb difference. I tell you, I was just sunk. But I didn't blow it either but I did go out and get myself a new scale, hahaha! I had to spend a little more for it but it matches my doctor's exactly now so I always weigh the same as hers. When I go in to see her, I come home and weigh to make sure my scale says the same and it always does. I'm sorry this happened to you because it really is a hard blow when you are trying so hard, but hang in there. You might want to mention that to your doctor because if his/her scale isn't right, they would want to take care of that. I told my doc and she made sure hers was correctly calibrated and also tested it on herself.

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