I'm curious if anyone with a weight gain of 30-40 pounds or less has ever been able to lose the central adipose tissue completely and go back to their pre-Cushing's state. I know I've read bios of people who started out a size 6 and maybe went to a 10-12. I gained at least 55 pounds with each of my pregnancies and was able to lose the abdominal fat. I have pictures of me in a bikini after my first.
Just before I read this article, I was looking at my swollen belly and thinking that I still look just as Cushie as before surgery, which was unilateral adrenalectomy Dec. 2007. I hate this. I still look pregnant. I'm considering liposuction after reading that piece. If it si not going to come off, I may as well do it sooner than later.
Also, would people mind posting their ages. I'm trying to determine if I'm doomed, as I'm 55yo and was cast into surgical menopause.
The BLA suggestion was a good one.
After a few more suggestions, someone technically inclined should start a poll.
Sorry, but this is a sore point lately. I've been at the gym for hours every week for six months and have not lost any weight, nor any abdominal weight. I look pregnant, and I'm sick of it. I'm going to the Endo in two days, and he will get an earful...Maybe, this is why he told me I wouldn't lose the Cushie stomach last year.