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Thread: Just how much weight gain does TOTM really make? (sorry to the men!)

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    Forum Guest Carrie's Avatar
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    Default Just how much weight gain does TOTM really make? (sorry to the men!)

    Out of interest does anyone know how much weight gain you get - from the whole cycle really eg. TOTM/Ovulating etc
    Just curious really!!

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    It can vary hugely between individuals - best to monitor your own cycle and see what's normal for you. I always used to gain 2 - 3 lbs and get slightly constipated (sorry - tmi)

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    I agree it varies...I usually gain no more than a pound.

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    Everyone's different - personally I tend to put on a couple of lbs in the couple of days before my period & have also noticed that on the day of ovulation my weight jumps up by 2 or 3lbs & is then back down the next day.

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    Had a hysterectomy in 1983 but from the time I started noticing the weight gain at about age 18 it was 7lbs on in the week before, all gone by the time 4 days were up.

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    Last week for me it jumped up 5lbs then was gone the next day that's the first time though for over a year having TOTM having the marina coil and all.Think maybe it has something to do with the natural foods?? Makes you wonder.
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    I don't appear to gain any extra weight at TOTM. Providing I don't give in to any cravings and just eat lots of steak instead, I stay the same.
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