9/16/13 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Wednesday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 17. September 2012 18:06

So today I decided to search on Cincinnati.MD for research on the after-effects of the Depo Provera shot.  I have chronic endometriosis and haven't had a cycle since I was 19!  By the time I am 30 I have 1% chance of having a baby.  Ready or not, I'm 27 and it's time to start the process because it could take awhile or maybe not even work at all.  I have been doing the shot for nine months in order to clean out my system in hopes of naturally getting pregnant.  I had no idea the average weight gain for women on the shot is 5-10 pounds per YEAR!   I'm gonna hope that is why I went from 114 to now 117/118.  Holy smokes...imagine if I was still heavy!!!  Tricking my body into menopause has been fun, let me tell you.  The hot flashes, moodiness, weight gain, and headaches have been unreal.  I'm really excited that I have to do this again someday.  Just keep your fingers crossed that my husband and I don't have to go through thousands of dollars for fertility treatments.  Hopefully knowing the amount of pain I could be in my doctor's will be diligent about taking me through the process as fast as possible.

Weight - 117.8 lbs.

Exercise -  None

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Breakfast -

3/4 cup Bran Cereal

1/4 cup fat-free organic raisins

1 cup fat-free organic milk

Lunch - 

Jenny Craig Turkey Panini

Carrots

6 oz. fat-free yogurt

sugar-free jello

Snack - 

Pear

Dinner - 

2 oz. Turkey Sausage and green peppers

1 cup eggplant, mushrooms, and low-fat mozzarella cheese casserole

Snack - 

100 calorie pack 

 

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