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I have officially hit a month stall and it’s bringing me down. ... I have increased Water, workouts, and cut calories and still nothing. Getting discouraged.

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Try increasing calories over the next week. 50 or 100 kcals pr day. Preferably Protein or carb. If you have to chose, chose carbs. (Before anyone shots me, the carbs are to get hormones working again)

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Thank you, I keep getting thus advice. Thanks

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stalls are a normal part of weight loss. They typically last 1-3 weeks, and you're likely to hit several more of them on your journey. I didn't cut or increase calories - I just stuck to my plan. It'll eventually break, even if you just stick to your food plan. My first stall lasted two weeks, and once it broke, I dropped like 6-8 lbs in a couple of days. I didn't make any changes at all - just tried to stay off the scale for a few days so I wouldn't be frustrated by it!

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It’s been a month long stall for me and I don’t know what to do.. I haven’t gained but haven’t lost any either.. I am discouraged 😞

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31 minutes ago, StarMonroe said:

It’s been a month long stall for me and I don’t know what to do.. I haven’t gained but haven’t lost any either.. I am discouraged 😞

when was your surgery?

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This is completely normal. My first stall lasted 3 weeks. Then I realized my weight loss cycle was to expect a stall every 2 weeks. I had to look at the total weight lost during the month. To keep from becoming discouraged, I weighed once per week. I had surgery Feb 2020 and my average weight loss now is approx 7 pounds a month.

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