Redirecting miscarriage stress into weight loss

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Redirecting miscarriage stress into weight loss

Postby azegarski » Tue Jul 13, 2010 6:33 pm

I'm back on my Weight Watchers online after my loss. I figure i've got 4-8 weeks to hang tight so what better time to shed some of the weight I put on TTC. clomid was not friendly nor was my hormone imbalance. I'm hoping to loose at least 20 asap. Lost 5 my first week but I'm sure a lot of that is fluid. One day at a time. I figure it can't hurt the process.
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Postby saaapabon » Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:20 pm

wanted to wish you good luck and say i'm sorry for your loss.. I redirected all my stress to working out after we lost our baby and it worked out great!! I wish you all the success in the world! not to mention working out and stuff lowers your risk in pregnancy overall.. you can do it!!!
I have a long history of ttc & miscarriage. many tears have been shed, however today, I'm celebrating new life and only thinking about today as we welcome baby #4


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Postby azegarski » Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:25 pm

Thanks, I've been a routine gym rat up until this pregnancy (I had to take it easy I was just so tired) for me it's the food. To loose I need to really focus on food and workout. I'm taking fertility vitamins and hoping my hormones are more correct which should help too. It's really hard to loose when your hormones are all screwy. Of course if I got a BFP asap I'd not complain either and be thrilled. Thanks for the support.
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Dh 37
Dd 8 -5/20/02
Ds 6 - 1/8/04
Ds 4 - 4/7/06
MC- at 9 wks 7/7/10
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Postby kb0420 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:47 am

Late post... but how are you doing with the weight loss?? It took me months to finally redirect my stress into exercise and weight loss. It has been an extremely rough year for me but the weight is finally starting to coming back off. GL
Me (37) Karyn
DH (37)
DD Sophia Alivia 9/4/08
Twin daughters born still 5/21/10 @ 27weeks RIP Amber and Kara
DS Angelo Marcus 7/14/11

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Postby azegarski » Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:02 am

Good. I lost about 10lb my DH joined mr on Weight Watchers he's keeping me honest. Then I got another BFP. FX
Allyson
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Dh 37
Dd 8 -5/20/02
Ds 6 - 1/8/04
Ds 4 - 4/7/06
MC- at 9 wks 7/7/10
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Postby kb0420 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:55 am

Congrats on the BFP!! :jump: I really think the weight loss helps. At least you can relax for now and try to keep a mild to moderate exercise plan going and it won't be as hard to get the weight off after the baby. GL and congrats again.
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DD Sophia Alivia 9/4/08
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