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9/3/12 12:30 P

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Hi and WELCOME!!! I am so sorry you are having such problems!! I would go back to the doc and tell them EXACTLY what you wrote here..and if they say there is nothing they can do, FIND A DIFFERENT DOC!!! They can change things up, till they find the right combination.

That said..this is a WONDERFUL site and you will do well..i'm sure you can reach your goals!! If i can help, please dont hesitate to ask!!

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9/2/12 3:17 P

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Hello everyone. I recently heard about this site from my doctor. I am use to being anywhere from 130-140 lbs. I have had two children. I gained a lot of weight with both pregnancy and had no problem losing it after the first but after the second is a different story. My second is 2 1/2 years old now and I am 232 lbs. which is more than what I weighed at the end of my pregnancy with her. I started losing a lot of weight and fast after having her and then had a life-crisis and post-pardom depression and stress....all that mixed together ended me up in the hospital. Anyways they put me on some anti-depressants and all they did was make me tired and want to eat EVERYTHING. So how does that make me feel better? I have no clue. So here I am and now that I am starting to track downs what I am eating I think I will be able to keep them under control a little more. If I could be 160lbs I would be happy.

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