Weight gain with testosterone injections

Hi Judith!
Thanks for the reply. ^^ Actually, When I was a teen a doc found a small cyst on one side of my thyroid. I was on Synthroid for a few years, but after my marriage another doc tested me, and it was found the unaffected side of the thyroid pumped out enough hormone to be considered normal, so I was taken off the med. I guess the cyst must have shrunk, because lately the docs can't seem to feel it. All tests say my thyroid is doing its job.
The reason for my muscular pain is that I have CFIDS/Fibromyalgia. I have had this for 25 years. (All those diets I listed were tried after my Lexapro disaster. The pain is not bad now, but I get migraines very easily. I avoid the sun and am afraid to exercise, as that triggers them. My diet doc prescribed the only med that helps (bless him!), but still cluster migraines are still very possible and do occur. So instead of the predictable 10-20 migraines a month, I may only have 5-15, depending on the luck of the draw. And if I exercise, I often doom myself to 3 or more days of misery. :( (About 75% chance.) But on good days, I risk it.
I don't think I have lost much muscle mass, as I understand CFIDS patients seldom do, for some reason. But with this weight, it's understandably hard to tell. As to calorie intake, I've been eating 1,200 cals a day since going to the weight clinic; about 2 years. He has me on a low carb, high protein diet. I just wish it would work.
My daughter has been after me to try one of those organic juice fasts. Supposedly that has helped a lot of sick people get well. I may try it, though the idea turns my stomach, to be honest. But it really sounds like my last resort. 10 years of this is too long, especially considering I was only on Lexapro for 2 weeks!
If this doesn't work, I will seriously consider liposuction. Grrr!!
Pat

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Weight gain can result from an increase in body fluid, muscle mass, or fat. An increase in body fluid can come from medications, fluid and salt retention, intravenous fluid infusion, kidney or heart failure . An increase in muscle mass is commonly seen with exercising. An increase in body fat is commonly seen as a result of diet or lack of exercise as the body converts muscle to fat. An excessive weight gain is referred to as obesity . Obesity is a function of environmental ( diet , exercise , lifestyle, etc.), hormonal, and inherited (genetic) factors in varying degrees. Weight gain is a normal part of pregnancy .

However, some research has indicated the opposite pattern. It has been suggested that obesity among women residing in the . has become more socially acceptable. [16] According to a study published in the July issue of Economic Inquiry, [17] this is likely because more than one-third of women ages 20 and older are obese in the United States. The study found that the average woman weighed 147 pounds in 1994, but stated that she wanted to weigh 132 pounds. By 2002, the average women weighed 153 pounds, but said that she wanted to weigh 135 pounds. "The fact that even the desired weight of women has increased suggests there is less social pressure to lose weight," the researchers noted. However, the difference between women's average weight and desired weight had increased as well.

Weight gain with testosterone injections

weight gain with testosterone injections

However, some research has indicated the opposite pattern. It has been suggested that obesity among women residing in the . has become more socially acceptable. [16] According to a study published in the July issue of Economic Inquiry, [17] this is likely because more than one-third of women ages 20 and older are obese in the United States. The study found that the average woman weighed 147 pounds in 1994, but stated that she wanted to weigh 132 pounds. By 2002, the average women weighed 153 pounds, but said that she wanted to weigh 135 pounds. "The fact that even the desired weight of women has increased suggests there is less social pressure to lose weight," the researchers noted. However, the difference between women's average weight and desired weight had increased as well.

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