Where has your weight gone from?

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just wondering of the weight you've lost can you tell where it's gone from?

I'm two months in to taking orlistat and have lost 19lbs so far with a lot more to lose but  feel as though it's gone from my sizeable boobs!!!   When I've list weight before it's never gone from my boobs so thus feels strange!!

lis x

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    Hi Lis :-)

    I never have lost from my cup size before, although have lost it from my back on previous diets....but with Orlistat I have and yes it feels strange for me too!

    I have gone down a dress size and I would say my weight is coming off all over really.

    Daisy x


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      Well done ongoing down a dress size daisy - I've got a way to go before I go down a dress size

      my clothes are fitting nicer now - just need to stick with it and get lots of motivation once I'm back from my hols xx

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    3wks in and 3inches off tummy, 3/4inch off arms, nearly 2inches off thigh. I do exercise well (3st to loose in total)
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      We'll done HL , what a difference that must feel.

      Feels so much better when you start to see the difference .

      Keep happy 

      Happy chick xx

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      Defo but put the tape measure in places with something like a mole, belly button or birthmark, scar etc so you know the exact place to put it next time. 

      I'm sure I've lost more on my thigh but I can't remember exact place to put tape measure. So they're my conservative stats I am sure it's more though 

      Very pleased smile 


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