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Not confused about this one!

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

I definitely don't have mixed feelings (as I did in previous entry) about my progress any more. I was hovering at 227 for a long time. I'd get there, gain 2 or 3, then lose 2 or 3. It was frustrating. July's graph is so crazy on the Wii Fit.

So when I left for the cabin, I weighed 227. Then I had snacks in the car, and a Veggie Burger from Burger King, and snacks the next two days, and crap on the way home. So I was scared to weigh in and figured I'd just wait until the doctor on Monday to see what they said.

The last time I was at the doctor was 11/2009. When I was there last, I weighed 251. When I weighed in at the doctor on Monday, I was 230. So:

- Yes, I had gained (if both the Wii Fit and the doctor scale are the same) from the weekend.
- I had actually GAINED 15 POUNDS between November and February.
- The doctor was so happy that I had lost 21 pounds since last going there.

So she re-prescribed me Metformin for my PCOS and one of the side effects is going to the bathroom alllll theeee timmmmme.

I have been on it for two days and I weighed in this morning.

224!

I am down a total of 42 pounds.
I am the lightest I've been in years.
I am down 3 pounds since last time I weighed in on the Wii Fit.
I am down 6 pounds since the doctor, if that scale is right.
I am only 8 pounds away from 50 pounds!
I am only 25 pounds away from being under 200.
I have lost 16% of my body weight.
I am 29% to my goal.

I am feeling great. :)
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  • MISTIMAHON
    I know! I wish I could take my balance board with me. Weigh in at the doctor's office, and then go, "Hold on - let me calibrate!" And then weigh in on the Wii and go, "Okay, yup. The same." :)
    3372 days ago
  • SAPPHIRESIGMA
    Wow great job! I hate weighing my self on different scales, cus every one is different.
    3372 days ago
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