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Weigh Day for me.

Lotus-Blossom
Lotus-BlossomHealthy BMI
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A couple of weeks ago I did gain 2 pounds but I didn't run myself down because it was my birthday and I was determined to enjoy it as I made it to 35. Last year with unfortunate circumstances I didn't think I'd make it to 35 as all signs were pointing to ovarian cancer, but it wouldn't of been that what killed me it would have been my life threatening haemorrhage as I lost all my blood.

Luckily I'm in the middle of healthy weight range anyway. Then last week I maintained and now this week.(today) I lost 2 pounds. Which has made me really happy. As I am back at the weight I want to be.

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S11m
S11mMaintainer

Cancer does tend to make people health-conscious... unfortunately, it seems that it is not having that effect on my twin brother.

Lean people, who do not have a history of eating too much carbohydrate, are supposed to be less likely to get cancer?

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Lotus-Blossom
Lotus-BlossomHealthy BMI
in reply to S11m

People have different ways of coping.

That can't be true. If it was true our own medical doctors would be telling us that, anyone can get cancer it is just the luck of the draw. Plus I was health conscious anyway long before I got sick It was when I got on the scales a long time ago that shook me into reality.

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lucigret
lucigretAdministrator
in reply to S11m

I'm sorry to hear your brother has cancer.

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Lotus-Blossom
Lotus-BlossomHealthy BMI
in reply to lucigret

I never said my brother has cancer. I just responded to, S11Maintainer.

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lucigret
lucigretAdministrator

Belated happy birthday and congratulations on beating the cancer and for being at the weight you want to be :)

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Lotus-Blossom
Lotus-BlossomHealthy BMI
in reply to lucigret

Thank you. But I was one of the lucky ones even though all signs were pointing towards ovarian cancer it wasn't. It was a huge Fibroid as big as a football that had to come out of me anyway. But unfortunately I took a life threatening Haemorrhage and ended up in the I.C.U as a second team was brought in to save my life.

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