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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,658
9/27/12 7:48 P

A losing battle--no.
But it may require some tweaking of your program.
Begin with a talk with your doctor---to find out the specifics of the medication.

SP Dietitian Becky

GRAMCRACKER46 SparkPoints: (28,900)
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9/27/12 4:22 P

No. I take 2 - one causes weight gain and the other slows my metabolism. 2 years ago I weighed 184 and now I weigh 166. We just have to accept it will be slower and be determined. Good luck to you. You are not alone in this particular battle.
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Edited by: GRAMCRACKER46 at: 9/27/2012 (16:24)
CABIT1977 Posts: 76
9/27/12 2:57 P

If you get a chance watch the documentary "Forks Over Knives." It is worth the 90 min viewing!

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9/27/12 1:27 P

What if you take several medicines that the side effects is weight gain? Are you fighting a losing battle? emoticon

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