Things I Wish I Knew Before My IUD

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Difficult Weight Loss

For a long time in life, if I ever gained weight, all I needed to do was to be very dedicated to working out and eating right for about three to four weeks, and the weight would fall off.

In fact, by the time my daughter realized that she was too cool to “eat at Mom’s” I had already lost 30 pounds of my baby weight.  So, I figured that losing the last 40 wouldn’t be a problem.

However, it seemed like every piece of toast, cheese, and pizza was glued to my stomach, hips and thighs.

Now, it takes a very concerted effort to lose the weight.  Which, though annoying at first, is actually a good thing, because after really working for it, it’s making me appreciate my body a lot more.

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