Don't despair about the lack of weight loss. Keep tracking and exercising and maintain your deficit levels. I didn't lose any during the first couple of weeks, either. I bought a digital food scale from KMart for $20. It is SO much nicer than the analog one I had before. I started weighing foods again. I've been doing this for years so I was pretty spot on to begin with. Still, it was nice to know I was estimating my food correctly. You might do the same if you haven't already just to make sure your deficit is as big as you think it is.
I also started following the FitBit recommended calorie intake rather than SP only because it tailors to me and my activity rather than basing calories on the normal population.
I set my goal at -500 calories/day so 1 pound a week. Most days my deficit is ~800-1000 but those days make up for the occasional day where I have no deficit at all (like SuperBowl Sunday).
I've lost 4 pounds in the last 3 weeks but that was after 3 weeks of walking and not losing a thing. It can be very frustrating to work so hard and not lose but my scale finally "got with the program" and yours will, too. It might take help from your doctor, it might not. But keep making your healthy choices despite what the scale says. You'll get there.
~ Karen ~
| Pounds lost: 24.0