I am going to the Doctor Monday to take my first B12 shot and get the medication. I am 226.5 pounds @ 5'5. I wear a size 14 in clothing and am 22 years old. I'm really nervous about taking them. I just want to know what happens when you to taking the shots and pills. I work out 6 days a week for 45 minutes. I do cardio and muscle building. I have changed the way I eat and everything. I actually dropped four dress sizes since last summer when I started working on losing weight. It seems as if I just need a boost because I feel like I'm maintaining when I actually want to keep losing. I just need a boost to get my body kick started again. I plan on taking two shots and thats it, does anyone know if I will gain the weight back even if I keep working out and eating right?
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