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Thursday, April 05, 2012

I'm beginning to sound like a broken record. I still find myself motivated while I am sitting here looking at the Sparkpeople website, but when I get home and can act upon that's gone. It always seems to be something to do or catch up on...or I'm just plain wore out (mentally and physically). So I do nothing...

Update, the clomid did not work. It had made this month so screwy that I may see if my dr will switch my medication to Femara. I felt like I was the butt of a very bad April fool's joke all weekend. But on the upside, I took a 2 mile walk on Monday, which wasn't too bad. I need to take more of those.


I spoke with my ob/gyn's nurse today (4/19), and apparently the meds did work (who knew) and she is going to call in another prescription with refills for the same dosage to my pharmacy. I was surprised to say the least, but you never know. I'm sorta happy about tells me that my body is capable of acting normally, so we'll see how it goes from here.
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  • LACY42100
    Thank you for the comment. I'm going to start over by just tracking my exercise and water intake every day, then go from there and just take it one day at a time. I may try the diabetes challenge after I get the hang of keeping track of my exercise and water.
    2233 days ago

    I hope things work out for you. Take very small steps to keep your motivation up. Change ONE single thing. Start with adding more water to your days. Focus on doing that for an entire week. I started with Spark on the Diabetes challenge. It is an 8-week challenge and it is really great. It takes you through small changes over the course of 8 weeks. I found it VERY helpful at focusing me on a few things instead of everything. Consider trying it. It worked for me and I lost 20 pounds in those 8 weeks.

    Good luck.

    Cathy emoticon
    2236 days ago
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