I have lost a lot of weight since being on thyroxine (200mcg per day) for about 6 years. However, no matter what I eat or don't eat, no matter how much I exercise or what exercise I do, my tummy and ribs gets more and more toned and slight, but the fluidy weight on my arms and legs doesn't change - I feel my muscles getting toned and can see some and feel all my muscles clearly strong and developed through the fluidy weight. I have really fluidy weight (very very soft) on my upper arms and all my legs down to my ankles, the weight on my elbows literally hangs over my elbows at the backs. I was undiagnosed hypo for years and wonder whether it just went so far that I will never get back to normal? Or is this something that I can improve? Is it fat or fluid? If it's fat, why o why is it soooo soft and fluidy? Any info or direction welcome. Thank you, Pamela
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