About Me: Female, 38, West Vancouver , member since Mar 2015
I'm a 33 yr old female. In the past 8 months I have gained 60lbs. I had 2 depo provera shots and when I realized it was causing my weight gain I discontinued it but it was too late. I Am still gaining weight. I have not changed anything in my routine or diet. I know I n
[More]eed to start exercising and eating less carbs but it's so hard for me! I'm feeling like this is so unfair! I went from a size 8-16 without changing a thing!!!!! This is my main concern at the moment.
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"I had 2 depo provera shots. In the past 8 months I have gone from a size 8-16. As soon as I realized it was the depo causing the weight gain I discontinued its use. It was too late. I am off the depo now but I am STILL gaining weight. I ..."
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