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How Far Should I Go?

I am someone who once was a size 0 in college. Now after carrying twins and having my hyperthyroidism treated with the radioactive iodine treatment, I am a 132lbs. This may not seem like a lot to some people, but it is to me, considering how petite I use to be. On top of that, I will probably still gain some wait because the treatment is likely to make me hypo- in place of being hyper-.

To counter the potential weight gain, I have started an exercise regimen (to use the term loosely) by using my stepper everyday if possible. Check out my 1 million steps ticker on my sidebar. I wonder if it's making a difference though? I have the usual obstacles . . . time and the hot summer weather. I was never one to advocate taking diet pills to aid in weight loss. In fact, my husband considered taking some years ago and I really did not like the idea at all. Now, I am not so sure. I wonder if I will need help in addition to the bit of exercise I get? What are your opinions on the matter?

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