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TOPIC: Are_any_men_interested
Created by: FunAndOmega
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In a woman who is an actual woman and not a stick? I am by no means gross and disgusting but I have curves and a very soft tummy. I can take things that most women get scared of and my boyfriend thinks I am the most amazing woman he has ever had in his bed. Why do most men get turned off just because I have a few extra pounds? Is today's society that close minded that everyone must be anorexic or spend thousands to look like an airbrushed model out of a magazine? This lifestyle should be accepting of everyone not just the skinny people because us "bbw's" can do somethings the little girls can't do. Just food for thought.

Oh and as you can see, my boyfriend a "little guy" so I am doing something right. Hmm maybe you should visit and see what it is.

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NJny, since I broke my t4 and 5 in 2007, I get trigger point injections of lidocaine in my neck and shoulder. I'd rather do that every eight to ten weeks than take strong prescription medication, which the FDA is tightening the reins on. Sorry, folks, for derailing the thread.

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pdgunth, i have r/a and saw a rheumatologist who had me on progressively stronger drugs over the 4-5 years i was treated by him, culminating in me firing him. i was on a combination of two NSAIDs plus an anti-malarial (immunosuppressive) drug, to which he wanted to add gold injections.

mind you there were days i would get out of bed and promptly fall to the floor because my legs just wouldn't hold me up; i was constantly sick (immunosuppressive drugs will do that), and i was also rail thin/underweight.

i saw a chinese dr who literally saved my health, if not my life. i rarely take any pills any more--and rarely have "flares" of my r/a because that wonderful chinese dr taught me how to change my diet and my life to stay healthier. it worked.

i say all this for a couple reasons: i still have a hypersensitivity to caffeine and there are meds i cannot take (common cold meds) to this day because of then damage done to my body chemistry by the years on the regimen i was on. you may also find the same.

the other thing? yes i have also been on the receiving end of "compliments" and "kidding" about how thin/in such excellent shape i was. i've also been "fat" shamed (by my ex).

it is all equally hurtful.

just my experience and obviously YMMV.

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From what I remember, my body weight was how they figured out the dosage. I was also getting allergy shots from an allergist, and now I pretty much think back then, allergists were quacks. I'm not sure if they are quacks now, but back then, they had me trying marax, prescription Benadryl, nystatin, and that is all I can recall. Nowadays, a little caffeine goes a long way for me. I hate being jittery, which was a side effect of that medication.

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I think you'll find that theophylline is present in some "thermogenic" products, along with theobromine and caffeine, although I find it interesting that it had that strong of an effect on you. Most people quickly develop a tolerance for it.

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When I was in Junior high and high school, I was under 100 pounds. In hindsight, it was because my doctor had me taking theophylline for asthma. I was bullied, and people thought I was anorexic. My Mom used to try to tell me the girls were jealous, but really, no one wants to be that thin, except maybe an anorexic. I switched to a different medication when I was 24, and started gaining weight. The funny thing was, I was always eating back then, but the medication kept my metabolism up. Now I wonder why that medication was never tried as a weight loss drug?

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Of course not PG. That sentence was to point out that saying stick=starve was just as offensive as saying fat=gorge.

~rabbit~

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"Thick women, those that have to gorge themselves to keep thick are not fun to be with."

not all women who are thick have to gorge themselves. I consume less then 1/3 of the calories (and those calories are from far better foods as well instead of junk) I did when I was younger and everyone called me zipper.

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I've moved on from this. I'm sure we'll meet again.

Mwuhaha....

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Very unlike you to defend the indefensible VA. He insulted thin women by calling theme sticks and you think that's ok? I guess this struck a nerve with you for some reason?

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IMHO he was plenty explicit in his original statement.

Not everything is loaded with inferences and secret messages.

re: this sub-topic: Adieu.

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