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This article gives me hope. I’m 35 and have been in menopause for almost 10 years. At first I thought it was great, one less thing to worry about, until I discovered I have to start taking care of my bones. So I started on HRT about 6 months ago, and in that time I gained 20 lbs. So I’ve taken myself off the Premarin and Provera, until I slim down again. Maybe I should ask for bioidentical hormones? Ugh, it’s been a struggle, but I’m going to try these tips until I start feeling like the version of myself I know again.

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Not to sound like a debbie-downer but I have not found any doctor who understands what is happening to me/us. I am 54 and have gained almost 30 pounds in 2-3 years. At some point I was diagnosed with glucose intolerance - but there is no magic pill for that. I will never understand how a lack of hormones can make you gain weight, but when you begin HRT, you still gain weight. Cruel. What is interesting is when I was younger (prior to all my hormones kicking in), I had what I would call a weight problem. But after adolescence, my body leveled out and I was 103 when I got married (age 24). I have to believe my weight gain is hormone related mostly. I've also recently tried Contrave - which made my migraine meds ineffective - something I cannot live with. I want to try Servital, however, I take Melantonin to sleep and you are not supposed to have anything on your stomach 2 hours before and 2 hours after (very difficult). I am also not quite Type 2 diabetic so those meds are out. Just keep gaining weight - even with calorie, sugar restrictions and exercise. CAN SOMEBODY figure this out?!

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Sad in menopause: From: Finally found the answer to how to lose weight during menopause I am 50 years old. I am taking hormone pellets estradiol, testosterone, and sublingual progesterone for 2 1/2 yrs. I slowly started losing weight. I started to read, read, read everything. It wasn’t until I got extremely serious about losing weight that I had success. I started the Slow Carb diet by Tim Ferris 3 1/2 weeks ago. I have folllowed it with no slip ups. I have lost 8 lbs and 7 inches, 5 from my waist. The book is called the 4 Hour Body. Most of my weight is in my stomach area which I hate. My stomach is getting flatter which feels awesome. I walk 2 1/2 to 3 miles a day or ride my bike 5 miles. I also workout with kettlebells and a exercise ball for abs. Kettlebell is all you really need to get started for weight training. It really is amazing. Simple, inexpensive and very easy. I couldn’t lose a pound and I felt horrible and I am athletic and I wanted to look good in a bathing suit. We moved from Ohio to Florida and I just didn’t want to look like a fat person at the beach. I have my confidence back that I can lose this nasty weight and get back to my slim self. Good luck in you weight loss journey you can have success for sure!

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