Okay. My doctor believes in low-intervention.
I have a history of PCOS, insulin resistance, high cortisol at times.
I've lost almost 30kg since my last pregnancy, but I still have about 10kg to lose that is not coming off even though I'm doing everything right. I'm exhausted.
In the past I've worked hard and it's come off a lot quicker. I really feel like I'm fighting a lot but not getting anywhere. Yes, eating low-carb, no sugar, exercising - mixture of weights and cardio. And no, I'm not just building more muscle.
Last time I went to the doctor she ran some tests but I can't remember which ones. She told me they came back fine and gave me a referral to a doctor who does Hcg treatment - of which it is difficult to get a clear idea of what is involved and it appeared to be mainly an appetite suppressant - which I don't have a problem with.
I've literally just booked in to see another doctor which is going to cost me about $120 for the consultation alone which pains me as I'd rather spend the money elsewhere of course - particularly as I need new everything after spending the last 10 years having children or trying to have children.
What tests should I get done? Even DH sees what I do and what I eat and he is baffled.