Good questions, and phooey on your doctor for saying what they did, the scale is just ONE measure, are you loosing inches, has your waist line, bust, etc gone down in inches or has it gone up.
When you exercise you create and build muscle that muscle is heavier then fat so that could be another reason why the scale is not moving as you wish it to.
What kinds of foods are you eating and when, are you eating enough to fuel your body for the work outs?
Are there foods that just stick to you like glue and are you able to identify them?
As I said good question and it also brings up other things to consider.
Loosing weight is not easy but can be done even during menopause... I am sure others will comment to this thread as well !
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