Hi....i have struggled with weight loss on and off for over 30 years, but once i hit the Perimenopause i have been unable to shift the weight, no matter how hard i try. I exercise, eat the right foods, control the portions i eat, but everything i do fails. I wonder if it has anything to do with the weight gain due to perimenopause. I now have been in menopause for about 2 weeks. For me personally the perimenopause lasted for 10 long years. I first noticed changes when i was 47, then one week before i turned 57, i just felt like a new woman. My OBGYN told me once that if i struggled through without any kind of intervention or medication i would feel like a new woman once the Menopause finally came, OH BOY was he ever right, i feel 40 AGAIN. Only thing is the darn weight. I have been addicted to BREAD, CHEESE and PASTRY. Thanking You.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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