PCOS Weight Loss Journey

Hello Everyone! I began my new life in March of 2007. By August of 2007 I had lost 80 lbs, and after 4 years of trying with no success, I finally became pregnant, but unfortunately suffered a loss. I got right back on my regimen. And, by March 2008 I was down 102 lbs. By September of 2008 I had reached a total weight loss of 115 pounds when my husband and I found out we were pregnant again COMPLETELY naturally! Our little guy is due in 2 short months. I am so emotional, fired up and …

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  1. This is a great inspiration for me too. I gained around 60 lbs and I too was diagnosed with pcos. I have since lost 22 lbs and needless to say, life has gotten easier.

  2. choosing2lose says:

    Fellow SC’er here to say CONGRATS and thanks for inspiring so many!

  3. Tiffndacity says:

    Wow I am truly inspired. I was just sitting here crying looking at new photos of myself. If you can do it I know I can too. good luck with your journey.

  4. The50togo says:

    Hey!! Great video so insparational.. please check mine out!

  5. chad55009 says:

    this gave me a small tear. Ive been struggling with my weight for sometime. I just got a gym membership and working hard. It feels so hopeless somtimes. Thank you for showing this to us all!

  6. good for you!! What did u do?! It can’t just be eating healthy.. btw who & what song was the one after the first song?

  7. wow…you are an inspiration to us all. You look great!

  8. OMG AMAZING!!

    you’re an inspiration for a lot of my overweight family members!

  9. PrincessMilvana says:

    You are a big inspiration to me! I also have PCOS and i am currently trying to shed the pounds. Thank you for posting this video <3

  10. KAITLINMCKNIGHT says:

    maybe I will try watching this among other videos to get my butt off the couch. I don’t think I have PCOS, but it is very near impossible for me to get up and exercise…and food has an unnatural power over me. You really do inspire me. Thank you.

  11. amarasworld says:

    Thank you for that nice video. it is very inspirational. I have PCOS also and trying to loose weight. I will watch this video whenever i feel i am stuck.

  12. Wow good on ya

  13. Woodsman154 says:

    Best damn song ever…Oh, gratz on dropping the weight.

  14. nycwiseguy91 says:

    good job and good song at the end

  15. 21stcenturyhgh says:

    Great job!

  16. WeightLossSecretpro says:

    lol you are nice now

    great video

  17. arabianleopard says:

    thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank you :X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X

  18. BraveBird24 says:

    thank you for this inspirational video…as a PCOS ‘cyster’ this definitely inspires me to continue my journey

    much love

  19. lissagirl08 says:

    you go girl!

  20. bandinbenilde says:

    i have PCOS… i did my weight loss surgery because i want to have a family someday

  21. Cut the soda [PERIOD. Get off it, I cannot stress this enough, NO, Diet is not diet. Diet soda isn’t actually good for you, you’ll lose weight without it.]
    Wheat. Get rid of white bread. PERIOD. Wheat bread is not only delicious [to me at least] but heavily nutritious. Look for breads that say 100% WHOLE WHEAT, 100%. Not just “wheat.”

    Move, run, don’t be lazy. Move move. Eat breakfast, Fiber [like Fiber One cerial] is a heavy staple of my diet to keep my FULL for hours on just a few calories.

  22. Move. Is all I can say.

    I used to weigh 247.5 lbs and was a hefty kid about 3 years ago as a 12 year old boy… I was picked on cruelly every single day at school. I tried dieting several times… but couldn’t do it.

    I finally resorted to it again last June when I stepped on the doctors’ scale that April, tipping 247.5. I lost down to 215, then stopped until January 1st [2009] when I kicked it back in. I’m down to 187 or so now. I’m aiming for 165.

    Here are some tips below:

  23. orangeoldies88hlt says:

    Thats awesome!
    p.s. people using weight watchers and programs like that have to work just as hard…paying your fee does not make the weight slip off.

  24. both. He ate correctly when he got back from deployment but his weight fluctuates alot anyways. That’s what happens when you have no choice over what the military feeds you.

  25. simpleweightlossuk says:

    great

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