end of week3 and weigh in results

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hi all made it to end of third week and went for my weigh in was really excited but got a bit of a disapointment as only lost 6lb my doctor was well chuffed was hoping for more so im going to exercise more in the next 3 weeks to hopfully beat that next time tc xx

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    Well done,, aim for the same it is really great if you lose to much then the chance it may come back on,,,,,

    Keep going girl xxx

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    wow jenn

    6lb off. thats 12 packets of butter. smile thats how i see everything. never do it in sugar tho :roll:

    again losing it slowly you're more likely to keep it off. keep up the good work chick!!!!

    ellie

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    loverd ur reply ellie made me smile 12 packets of butter makes it seem worth while cheers hope ur doing ok? xx :D
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    6lb???? - migod!! that's a newborn baby weight!! - congrats - I hope i'm this lucky (1st weigh in tomorrow) :?
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    hi i understand how you feel i felt like that when i first started on it back in october and now i have lost just over 2 and a half stone but i'm glad i'm losing it slowly it's not so hard then to tone up the excess fat and it don't sag .

    keep it up girl you;ll get there in the end :D

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    I started Orlistat last August 2007 with my wedding booked for June 2008. I wanted to lose 3 and a half stone. No bigger incentive than that wedding dress !Found Orlistat invaluable.Kept me to 3 meals per day.Not a miracle cure though, you have to eat low fat or you do suffer slightly!I am now five weeks away from my wedding,weigh in today I was exactly at a 3 stone loss so I am a happy bunny.Hope to lose few more in final weeks but will walk that aisle with my head high even if stayed as I am today.THANK YOU ORLISAT !!!!
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