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Exercise and diet: With regular, medium-high intensity 5-6x/wk workout and a healthy/balanced diet along with setting a realistic, steady wt loss 3-4lbs/month, you can accomplish this. Don't do crash diet because u will like regain it and some more later. Drink plenty of fluid, especially water, minimize junk foods/sweet drinks and you will succeed. Remember: staying healthy is a life-time committment. Good luck. ...Read more
At 5 weeks and 2 days Hcg was 4000, 42 hours later Hcg was 6500. Is this a normal rate of increase?
Should i be worried about sudden hCG doubling time slow down from 33hrs to 340hrs after recent bleeding episodes? Current hCG @6w=8200, @5.5wk=6500.
How to lose a lot of weight (belly fat). Eat very healthy at the same time and ride lifecycle till summer?
YEP!: Losing weight is simple math. If you burn more calories than you ingest, you will loss weight. A two pronged attack, involving eating less calories and exercising more, is most effective. Be careful, attempts to loss too much weight too fast are not advisable. Most people should not try to loss more than a 1 #/week. Not only is that not sustainable and doom to fail, it is not safe or healthy. ...Read more
Both: There is a genetic component to caries susceptibility. Some people are just more prone to caries. However, lifestyle - particularly diet and how well you take care of your teeth are critical in preventing caries. Good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist will help you keep a healthy mouth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Peed red yesterday. Right after normal daily lifecycle ride. Drank 150 oz of water, pee is much lighter, but not clear today.
WBC Not Predictive: Is isolated WBC measurement does not predict whether you have a strong or weak immune system. WBC counts can vary naturally over time depending on the situation: illness, stress, etc. If you have concerns about an immune deficiency then I would recommend consultation with an immunologist. If you are otherwise healthy there is no need for further workup. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers