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Excessive skin after weight loss - Help! Advice and Suggestions Please!

Sep 30, 2009 - 0 comments
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My background:
I gained weight steadily up until I was 110 kg (242 lbs) at the age of 19. When I started to live on my own, I lost about 40 kg (88 lbs) in one year, leaving me at a "normal" weight of 70 kg (154 lbs) at the age of 20 (I'm 1.69m/5.54 feet tall).

I'm now 21 years old, still at a weight around 70 kg, but after losing all the weight I was hoping the excessive skin would start to disappear soon. I was told since I am young, my skin should be able to pull itself together, but it doesn't seem like that is gonna happen. So, I'm basically out looking for any kind of advice that might help me. It's not fun when your friends keep trying to touch ur stomach cause its so "nice and soft"...

What I have read about online is that you can train your muscles so that they "fill out" the skin (but with the amount of extra skin I got, especially around the stomach/waist, I don't think that would be possible). Another advice was to lose even more weight, cause the problem might be that there is still fat remaining preventing the skin from pulling itself together.

I have just started using the Winsor Pilates 20-Minute Workout (3rd day now), so I'm hoping it will at least have some effect, but I'm not very optimistic. Also, I don't feel that I'm able to do the exercises correctly.

Anywho, I was really just looking for advice. The last solution that I really don't wanna use is surgery, since as I'm currently studying abroad, and will maybe continue to do so for the next 4-5 years, I would probably have to wait until I get back to my own country to get the surgery done.

So, any advice is really appreciated! And I mean ANY advice or suggestion...

Testiclepain, Weightgain, Kneepain(?)

Aug 28, 2009 - 1 comments
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I have gotten used to the slight pain in my left testicle, but at least 3 doctors have said that nothing serious is wrong, so I don't have to worry about cancer or any such things.

I have gained 5 kilos during the summer - they need to come off.

I have noticed that it's actually not just my testicle, but my knee, that hurts a bit. I've never heard of "knee-cancer", so except for it being this annoying, constant, minor pain, I guess it's not anything dangerous. Why didn't I ask the doctor when I went to see him today? Well, I forgot... Sometimes the pain is not noticable.

Chris Gibson's Acne Free In 3 Days (Day 5)

Jul 09, 2009 - 0 comments
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The "Chris Gibson's Acne Free in 3 Days" is not worth the effort.
Three days wasted for nothing. No results.
Even if that's what I was expecting, it's still disappointing.

Chris Gibson's Acne Free In 3 Days (Day 4)

Jul 08, 2009 - 0 comments
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As expected, I don't see very great results after following Chris Gibson's treatmentent. My acne are still there. I don't really care that the book says things like "some people might get gradually better over the next month", or "those who didn't get better from the apple-diet can do this and this", since when the title is "Acne Free In 3 Days" that's what I expect.

I will wait a few more days and see if I still improve, but I will be going back to my normal diet (which is neither very healthy nor unhealty). I read some in a couple reviews of the book that it may take a couple of extra days to see any results, so let's see if that's true.

But, for now, I don't think the treatment has been a success.