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    I was 130kg when I cycled with my DS.

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    I'm calling BS too!!!!! I am a hefty gal... biggest loser material and not once did my FS mention that as an issue.

    There are so many other issues to contend with.

    Mind you I do believe if you feel better in your clothes and feel healthy and strong that counts for more.

    I went to the gym three times a week leading up to this round... mainly to feel strong, have an outlet for the IVF drug 'fury' ... I lost 5 kilos as a bonus. But by no means did that loss even matter really.

    Reality is you can do all the right things and get a BFN or throw caution to the wind and get on with life and get a positive.

    If it's your embies time, it's time.

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    This may be true however being in over weight increases the risk of miscarriage and complications in pregnancy so if I can at least minimise the risk a small amount its definitely worth the hard work.

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    My high risk obs says weight has no effect on the misscariage rate. Just had to point this out to other lovely ladies following along. Good luck with your weight loss. My obs even agreed that anecdotally he had more skinny patients with GD than over weight ones.
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