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Old 09-02-2013, 12:53 PM   #31
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Vertigo improved enough for me to drag my hubby to River Running class this morning. Last one of the year... Now I need to figure out a new cardio I can do a couple times a week that is a big burner that I will stick to. That stick to is the important part...

Today is a DD and after burning around 1000 cals this morning, I am really really hungry. Everything looks delicious...including the desk. LOL

I got one teapot trimmed, but with the rainy weather, its just too wet to pull a handle on it...so I am killing time for a bit waiting for them to dry enough to work with safely. I hate when I am impatient and ruin them. I also hate when its so rainy nothing will dry...
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Happy September Everyone!!! We r still at the lake and what a beautiful day!! I have been watching my calories but have had to many carbs! Scared to weigh tomorrow .
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Vertigo improved enough for me to drag my hubby to River Running class this morning. Last one of the year... Now I need to figure out a new cardio I can do a couple times a week that is a big burner that I will stick to. That stick to is the important part...

Today is a DD and after burning around 1000 cals this morning, I am really really hungry. Everything looks delicious...including the desk. LOL

I got one teapot trimmed, but with the rainy weather, its just too wet to pull a handle on it...so I am killing time for a bit waiting for them to dry enough to work with safely. I hate when I am impatient and ruin them. I also hate when its so rainy nothing will dry...

Ellen,I have vertigo and my doctor has me lie down on my back and turn my head from
one side to the other about 10 times.A few times a day!! She says that there are crystal like things forming in my ears??? Anyway when I do this I guess it frees them??It seems to help
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Old 09-02-2013, 03:03 PM   #34
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Ellen I'll take some

of your rain. We are roasting here. Our summer always starts in Sept. and
almost up until Dec 1. Sometimes August, but not this year. August temps.
were just 80 degrees, perfect for growing veggies.

Sorry you cannot finish your project.
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Rebecca, I saw the pic of your nephew's spine. It looks just like mine, but I have 2 more screw/ plate deals. Hope he is not miserable as they wean off the morphine. Ohhhhh- I feel for him this next month or so.
He is in a great deal of pain now, and still in the hospital. He posts on Facebook each day about how bad it hurts. They originally said he could come home today, but he is still there.
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He is in a great deal of pain now, and still in the hospital. He posts on Facebook each day about how bad it hurts. They originally said he could come home today, but he is still there.
My insurance booted me out on day five and we were not prepared for that. I could not be left alone in the house for almost 6 weeks. I couldn't clean myself or go to the bathroom alone. I couldn't even lift a quart of half and half to make a cup of coffee. I hope he has patient friends and family!
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Please forgive me for not remembering, but what happened to your back?
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Good morning! Its still kind of rainy looking out there...the sun came out for a bit yesterday. As per my usual modus operendi, I pushed the timing on one of my teapots and it was not ready to work with, and I had to smash it. Oh well. Two came out fine. Such is the life of an impatient potter!

I struggled again with DD yesterday. I think I ended up closer to 1000 cal. I think its due in part to poor planning, and partly to doing an intense cardio workout that just ups the hunger. Today I am determined to plan, and get some grocery shopping done so I am more prepared for tomorrow's down day. Which is a bummer, cause its our 37th anniversary....

BARBO: I wish I could send you this rain! Its been such a rainy summer, I feel like it did not happen..like we skipped summer this year. And here it is September already.

REBECCA: Praying your nephew has a quick and easy recovery. Back pain is so overwhelming...I just can't imagine what he is going through.

STARRHAE: Actually, you have little crystal like pieces in your inner ear. They are different shapes, and as you turn your head, they move. This tells your brain how you are moving. They can get displaced, which is what causes vertigo. (I think I got this right...a friend who is a hearing therapist explained it to me...) Laying down and doing those exercises help put the little pieces back where they belong. I had vertigo once a number of years ago...really bad. There was a series of moves and turns you can do that helped a lot. Its kind of involved and you almost have to have help- someone to hold your head as you turn. I think this time, my vertigo was from inner ear problems. I was pretty congested and recently had an ear infection that ruptured my ear drum. Once the congestion started clearing up, so has the vertigo.
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Please forgive me for not remembering, but what happened to your back?
I have degenerative disc disease which began before I turned 20 and progressed to the point that I required a walker by age 29. Every disc in my lumbar spine and cervical spine has herniated. I had 5 levels of my lumbar spine fused in 2009. My c-spine has not been touched.

I also had some scoliosis which was corrected during my surgery.

I have psoriatic arthritis which probably caused a speed up in the progression of the degenerative disc disease which is very unusual in someone my age and definitely not common in a 20 something.

I take a rx anti-inflammatory, a muscle relaxer and where a narcotic pain patch every day. Most of the time I can cope pretty well with it, but some times it is pretty darn painful.
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Thank You ,Ellen! You explained it so well!!
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Wow,Carly ,I think you are an inspiration to all of us!! Pain is hard to live with! You have had quite a time of it. I am so impressed with you taking care of yourself the best you can!! I was kinda down this morning reading some of the threads on here about JUDDD and I gained over the wk end so that didn't help.
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I remember that now, Carly. Thanks for repeating it. I guess you have a good idea what my nephew will be going through.
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Wow,Carly ,I think you are an inspiration to all of us!! Pain is hard to live with! You have had quite a time of it. I am so impressed with you taking care of yourself the best you can!! I was kinda down this morning reading some of the threads on here about JUDDD and I gained over the wk end so that didn't help.
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I remember that now, Carly. Thanks for repeating it. I guess you have a good idea what my nephew will be going through.
I hope his recovery is as smooth as possible. Mine was grueling, but the surgeon said I would be out of work for 8 mos and I was back in 5 mos. I have not fully recovered financially from that time, but physically I'm doing quite well.
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Wow, Carly, you're certainly an inspiration to me, you carry a heavy burden every day, but manage it with such dignity and grace!
Has your weight loss helped with the pain?
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At least he got hurt at work, so there should not be a financial burden!
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Wow, Carly, you're certainly an inspiration to me, you carry a heavy burden every day, but manage it with such dignity and grace!
Has your weight loss helped with the pain?
Slightly, but the doctors made it seem like the weight loss would make a really huge difference and I have to say one would think shedding almost 80lbs would have more of an impact that it did. However, I feel so much better in almost every other respect that the pain doesn't bother me as much if that makes any sense...

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At least he got hurt at work, so there should not be a financial burden!
Well, that is a good thing. I was very stressed during the 4th and 5th month as I went through my savings.

So my Aria scale came today and I just set it up and used it. TOM is here, but I weighed 122.4 and it said my body fat was 25.6%. I'm not entirely sure what is ideal or what I should be aiming for. I will have to do some internet research, but I have to say I feared it would be much, much worse. The last time I tried using the Navy measurements (which I'm terrible at) it came out to 31%. I don't know if 25.6% is good, but I'm gonna say the scale is more accurate than I am since my ability to measure is the pits. The loose skin does not help.
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[QUOTE=Carly;16588192]Slightly, but the doctors made it seem like the weight loss would make a really huge difference and I have to say one would think shedding almost 80lbs would have more of an impact that it did. However, I feel so much better in almost every other respect that the pain doesn't bother me as much if that makes any sense...
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Hello, all! Had a good lazy day, just did some grocery shopping and cooked a nice UD dinner of Indian food. My calories for the UD were still on the low side, but I am just too full to eat anything else.

I can't believe I just said that.
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So my Aria scale came today and I just set it up and used it. TOM is here, but I weighed 122.4 and it said my body fat was 25.6%. I'm not entirely sure what is ideal or what I should be aiming for. I will have to do some internet research, but I have to say I feared it would be much, much worse. The last time I tried using the Navy measurements (which I'm terrible at) it came out to 31%. I don't know if 25.6% is good, but I'm gonna say the scale is more accurate than I am since my ability to measure is the pits. The loose skin does not help.
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Very interesting Rebecca. I'm assuming that as you get higher and higher in the age range, you would go higher and higher on the body fat range.

I've been quite interested that some recent studies have shown that elderly people have a lower mortality rate if they are on the heavier side of normal, or even just mildly "overweight". It makes sense. If you get a disease and need to fight something off, the extra cushion of fat may be helpful to avoid wasting.
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Slightly, but the doctors made it seem like the weight loss would make a really huge difference and I have to say one would think shedding almost 80lbs would have more of an impact that it did. However, I feel so much better in almost every other respect that the pain doesn't bother me as much if that makes any sense...
I've had the same experience, particularly with my back. The weight loss hasn't really seemed to affect my pain level (though mine is nowhere near as bad as yours). I think doctors and the general population put too much stock in how much weight affects our pain. Weight loss is great for health in general, but I don't think it's the end-all, be-all for pain management. And maybe it depends on the type of pain. My arthritic hip feels better and I've heard of several others here with a reduction in osteoarthritic pain. So confusing.

Rebecca, I like that chart. It puts me right in the healthy range, even though my percentage seems high to me.
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Very interesting Rebecca. I'm assuming that as you get higher and higher in the age range, you would go higher and higher on the body fat range.
I think that would be an individual thing. For one person, they would still be toward the higher, even though they are in the lower of the age range.

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I've heard the same thing. It makes sense.
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Rebecca, I like that chart. It puts me right in the healthy range, even though my percentage seems high to me.
The chart says 41-60 years old - 23%-35% for healthy range.

I am 57 years old and 34% body fat. I'm still a little fluffy, but I am in the healthy range. The average of 23% and 35% is 29%, so my goal is still on the slightly higher range of healthy.

My doctor wants me to be 23%. Right. That'll happen!
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I just got back from the doctor (endocrinologist-for my thyroid) and she told me I'm perfect and to NOT lose any more weight. I still feel a bit "fluffy" (just in the belly) and the last time I did the NAVY calculator, I think it gave me 26.8% or something like that. I guess it's validation that I need to work more on strength training and less on losing weight. I thought I wanted to get to 22-23% fat, but now I see that's the low range, so I'm not going to stress about it.

ETA: I'll be 41 in a few weeks, so 22% is really on the low end. 27% is good enough for government work.

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I'd (almost) KILL to be 27%! Good for you!
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I just got back from the doctor (endocrinologist-for my thyroid) and she told me I'm perfect and to NOT lose any more weight. I still feel a bit "fluffy" (just in the belly) and the last time I did the NAVY calculator, I think it gave me 26.8% or something like that. I guess it's validation that I need to work more on strength training and less on losing weight. I thought I wanted to get to 22-23% fat, but now I see that's the low range, so I'm not going to stress about it.

ETA: I'll be 41 in a few weeks, so 22% is really on the low end. 27% is good enough for government work.
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Wow Carly, I have not been here for a few days and I just saw your before picture, what a difference

I am really enjoying JUDDD and counting those calories. I just came off a 10 day water fast which was a great experience. I am planning on doing another one. I had to break those late night binge sessions. I hope to have a good after picture to share soon

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I just got back from the doctor (endocrinologist-for my thyroid) and she told me I'm perfect and to NOT lose any more weight. I still feel a bit "fluffy" (just in the belly) and the last time I did the NAVY calculator, I think it gave me 26.8% or something like that. I guess it's validation that I need to work more on strength training and less on losing weight. I thought I wanted to get to 22-23% fat, but now I see that's the low range, so I'm not going to stress about it.

ETA: I'll be 41 in a few weeks, so 22% is really on the low end. 27% is good enough for government work.
That's great news Dawn! Now you can really relax and forget about losing. You've done it, girl!

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Wow SSG, for the 10 day water fast! I don't think I could ever do that. My hat is off to you on that one!
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Good morning! Its still kind of rainy looking out there...the sun came out for a bit yesterday. As per my usual modus operendi, I pushed the timing on one of my teapots and it was not ready to work with, and I had to smash it. Oh well. Two came out fine. Such is the life of an impatient potter!

I struggled again with DD yesterday. I think I ended up closer to 1000 cal. I think its due in part to poor planning, and partly to doing an intense cardio workout that just ups the hunger. Today I am determined to plan, and get some grocery shopping done so I am more prepared for tomorrow's down day. Which is a bummer, cause its our 37th anniversary....
Ellen, Dr. J says all holidays and celebrations such as this are UDs. Please don't skip your anniversary dinner for a diet. Any diet. You can start back with rotations the next day.
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