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Erica...

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Posted: 11 Feb 2008, 13:38
I gave birth to my daughter 10 weeks ago and I am really struggling to lose the remaining 30 pounds I gained during my pregnancy. I have been exercising and eating well and I have not lost a single pound in a month. This is the first time I have ever tried weight watchers and I am hoping that this will work for me. If anyone has any helpful tips I would appreciate it.
sonamb23

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Posted: 11 Feb 2008, 19:24
This may seen strange but this is what I did after I had my twins...I bought two girdles one size smaller than I would normally wear. I wore it day and night for about 2 months. My mother-in-law yelled at me and insisted it should be longer, her theroy was that it holds your stomach in and helps put everything back where it is suppose to beLaughing Laughing it worked and it also helps you control how much you are eating because your stomach is constrictedWink Wink Wink may not be the solution you are looking for but it's something.
"Pain is only temporary"

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