I am a young woman who eats very healthily , and exercise reguarly. 7 months ago, I suddenly put on 50 pounds in ten weeks. I cannot stop myself from gaining weight. I count calories religiously, and used to be able to eat 2200 calories and now only eat 1000. Still being in my teens, it is not due to old age. I have severe bloating at times in my stomach, and have seen numerous specialists for it. All of my doctors are at a loss, and tell me that I must be binging or something. I feel helpless, and no one has been able to give me an answer to my dillema. When I exercise, I sweat profusely, dripping all over the equipment. Many people comment on how much I sweat -I look like I could have literally just jumped out of a pool. I sometimes have nights where I sweat through the sheets and leave a body indentation of sweat on my bed that lasts for a long time. Because I am not obese, my doctors say that it is my fault -and it so discouraging to hear that. When the weight gain first started, I immediately cut back on my calorie intake, and ate even more fruits and veggies. The weight gain just doesn't stop. Does anyone have similar symptoms?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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