bella_mania Posted September 6, 2005 Share Posted September 6, 2005 Hello all. I'm new to the forum (this is my 2nd post) and I wish I had found you all when I was in the worst of things. So far, I've been on Lex a year and doing talk therapy for a little longer than that and I'm finally at a point where I feel ready, willing and able to wean myself off the meds (if not the talk). My question is this: anyone here wean off Lex and lose the weight they gained while on it?? I gained steadily during this time. This flew in the face of my diligent gym rat persona and my controlled and healthly diet. It confounded me and my personal trainer (although, honestly, I didn't tell him I was on any kind of meds). My doc assured me that I wouldn't gain on Lex. Granted I was underweight to begin with (extreme anxiety will do that to a person) so I definitely welcomed the first 10 lbs of weight. I tried to excuse the next 10 lbs as muscle gain LOL (and not fat) but I cannot stand the next almost 15 lbs. There's not other reason for that than the Lex. Anyway, now that I'm getting off this ride can anyone tell me when/if/how I can expect to lose the 30+ lbs I gained?? Thanks for any and all input! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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