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SUGARPLUM85
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6/26/11 12:08 A

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I would check with your doctor!
Good luck!


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6/25/11 1:39 A

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It doesn't fit. I had to get a bigger size that I never dreamed I would ever wear. The change in bra size that fits matches the change in measurements. I wasn't small to start with. 40D to 44DD & that is tight& have to use an extender. 40D was loose before surgery. I would definetely share if I could. My shirts are way too small now also!emoticontoo much for comfort.

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6/25/11 1:21 A

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I think you need to remeasure, see if your bra still fits etc. If you truly gained that much and it is not water. Check with your DR!!!! Though as someone who barely fills an AA cup it sounds like a good problem!


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6/24/11 3:50 P

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Wow! Whatever it is, I want some!!!

Did they measure you properly?

Do you feel the difference in size?

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6/24/11 1:19 P

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I have a question what causes your bust to increase in size? I have a complete hyterectomy in early January and couldn't exercise very much.With my Crohnes Disease & meds. slowed healing, I just got clearance this week to go back to exercising at Curves. I had my weigh in & measure yesterday. My bust increased by 6inches. Is it a weight loss issue or a hormone issue & should see a doctor?? I gained 5 and a half lbs during that time. My other measurements stayed the same, gain by half inch & lost 2 inches in my thighs. emoticon

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6/23/11 8:01 P

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Too much insulin sends you into insulin shock and you die!!! So yes too much insulin is a bad thing. Usually the only way you get too much is if you inject it and don't eat enough food. Some people have hypoglycemia which is "low blood sugar" but that is fairly rare and it is very unlikely you would produce enough to send you into shock.


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6/23/11 6:00 P

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Raging hormones could be just about anything... I discovered when I googled it up. LOL

Your Dad probably meant that her hormones were taking over, on the warpath, so to speak.

Interesting.

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6/23/11 5:56 P

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My dictionary says: Insulin - A polypeptide HORMONE secreted by the islands of Langerhans and functioning to regulate carbohydrate metabolism by controlling blood glucose levels.

Now, as I understand it, TOO MUCH insulin is a bad thing. Am I wrong?

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6/23/11 10:49 A

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I really should learn more about this. When my mother had her hot flashes or mood swings my dad would just say "her hormones are raging". But I really didn't and still don't know what that means.


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I didn't know insulin was a hormone. Don't understand exactly how some of the others work other than estrogen & testrogen. I know they affect memory & such but unsure exactly what does which.

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6/23/11 1:07 A

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Insulin is NOT a bad hormone!! Without it you can't use sugar or process fat in your body. Just ask Type one diabetics what it is like to live without it! Too much sugar can stress your pancreas and cause blood glucose spikes but insulin itself is a good guy!!!!
Actually they all serve a purpose.


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6/22/11 10:42 P

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I didn't know insulin was a hormone


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6/22/11 10:35 P

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HORMONE FACT #6

There are BAD hormones: cortisol, insulin and sometimes estrogen.

These hormones, when are out of balance, increase wear and tear on your mind and your internal organs.


Please feel free to respond.....

See Disclaimer on #1 & 2

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