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*I cannot change yesterday, but I can change today*

I'm Victoria(Tori for short), and I am . . .Rebooting. . . This isn't my first rodeo with weight loss, unfortunately.
I've been fat, chunky, plump, whatever you want to call it, since forever. It has ALWAYS been a struggle, since I can remember.

I've lost and gained the same 50+ pounds since 2005 more times than I care to admit. But, 2015 is my year! I'm newly married, just bought my first house, got a new job that I love, and ready to get fit for my future, as I near 30! ...
I'm Victoria(Tori for short), and I am . . .Rebooting. . . This isn't my first rodeo with weight loss, unfortunately.
I've been fat, chunky, plump, whatever you want to call it, since forever. It has ALWAYS been a struggle, since I can remember.

I've lost and gained the same 50+ pounds since 2005 more times than I care to admit. But, 2015 is my year! I'm newly married, just bought my first house, got a new job that I love, and ready to get fit for my future, as I near 30!

I follow weight watchers.

Let's do this!

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Member Since: 7/21/2009

SparkPoints: 15,601

Fitness Minutes: 13,229

My Goals:
Rejoined Weight Watchers 1/21/15

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Weight Watchers Points Plus!

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Track points 6 out of 7 days.

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I love cooking, and trying new recipes. I adore reading, puppies, and all animals. I have a Jack Russell Terrier named Sophie, and she is my furbaby.



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Nearing 29. Lover of t-shirts and jeans, a good cup of coffee, and down-to-earth friends.


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NIKKICOLE83
1/28/2015 10:59:45 PM

Don't worry about being too personal - this diagnosis is pretty confusing. PCOS makes it difficult to get pregnant because you rarely ovulate, if at all. Once you are pregnant, you don't really need your ovaries which means that when you get pregnant, you are asymptomatic. My pregnancies were late-term losses, which mean I loss the babies AFTER 12 weeks (20 wks, 18wks and my daughter was born at 27 wks) and so I have an incompetent cervix. My cervix is too thin to carry the weight of a fetus. I am VERY high risk, so I am in a specialists office twice a week during my pregnancies and they measure my cervix. Incompetent cervixes have not been correlated with PCOS.



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SEPPIESUSAN
1/28/2015 12:21:12 PM

I tried Weight Watchers once, a long time ago, around the same time I started SP actually. Are you doing the regular plan with the points or the one where you can eat as much as you want from a list of healthy foods? (which actually sounds a lot like Dukan!)



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SEPPIESUSAN
1/28/2015 11:19:34 AM

I agree! And with this plan, you DON'T keep it up for a lengthy period of time. The Attack phase is meant to be short with dramatic results that get you motivated, and then you switch to the "Cruise" phase after it's done (which for me is 5 days but it can be a little shorter or longer depending on what you pick).

I'm happy I'm not the only one of our group still using SP. SP is like an old friend I'm reconnecting with! Have you been more active on the site lately? What's your plan?



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MUFFIY831
1/27/2015 4:39:29 PM

Fertility is the last thing on my mind, so I am no expert, but my endocrinologist has mentioned other things that would regulate my period that are not birth control so all I can say is that there are probably other options. :) I was diagnosed because my period was totally bipolar - I'd either go 5 months without it or bleed like 25 days a month. Nothing in between. Even though I told every single doctor this every single year between the ages of 18 and 28, no one figured this out until one wise woman diagnosed me with "the most common hormonal disorder of women of child-bearing ages." It's pretty scary when I think about it ... good thing it wasn't something worse that went undiagnosed.



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NIKKICOLE83
1/27/2015 4:21:37 PM

Just like I told SUGAR0814, I am totally on-board with a freggie challenge. I need something to kick me in the butt and get these freggies down.



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