When I first started using the pump I put on 12 pounds within a month. I have since lost 14 and am struggling to put it back on. I am 5' 7 1/2" tall and only weigh 118. I have always been slim but the weight gain that I initially experienced felt wonderful. How do I keep it on? I am on a high calorie low carb diet, doing yoga and nothing is helping. It has been a struggle to get my A1C down as well.

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I originally weighed 103 pounds and now I am down to about 100.I am only 5ft tall.
I dont find alot of lows make me gain weight, but as a healthy option i'd try whey powder, and protein shakes. Perhaps increase your basel and eat six small meals a day; but yeah increasing your insulin will help with both your blood sugars and weight gain, as well, try doing weight training, that combined with protein shakes will make you a fit healthy weight, opposed to making you gain actual fat you are building muscle. When you build muscle your body is burning away fat and keeps your metabolism revved which will help alot with the sugars!
Eat carbs. I balloon when on insulin with carbs. Eat more carbs and inject more insulin. You should come and bite me may be the weight loss is contagious.
I'll trade you 8^)

Ivan

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