Diagnosising Your Abnormal Weight Gain

You are in normal health condition and doing every thing right: playing sports, doing regular exercises, running five miles three times a week, doing 45 minutes of step aerobics and walking every where you could.

Abnormal weight gain is a medical problem relating to hormone changes

And yet, instead of reaching your set goal: slimming down, you are still gaining weight. You can not understand what is the exact problem here, neither your diet, nutritious plan nor daily routine. So, it is high time to have a serious evaluation for this situation as an abnormal weight gain.

Abnormal weight gaining is seen as a medical problems. Here diagnosis of hidden causes you should know beforehand when getting into see a doctor.

Hormone Changes

Certainly, there a close link between hormones and body weight.  Often times, a hormonal disorder can be the underlying cause of weight gain or failure to lose weight with diet and exercise.

Normally, at your middle, this condition can be seen with the decrease of metabolism as you aging.

An evaluation with a board-certified endocrinologist can identify treatable hormonal problems that may be interfering with weight loss.

It is not necessary to over worried about your quick weight gain. Calm down and take consults from endocrinologists about any doubts of your weight and ask him/her to run a thyroid test. At the same time, adjust any kind of diet and exercise program that is proper to you or simply try an other plan.

Risk of having a tumor

Really serious case, if suffering from unexplained weight gain, you likely to think about a tumor, for example ovarian tumors. Then check it with your physician about any thing you are doubting.

Causes from medication intake

Anti-depressants, Anti-diabetes drugs, Oral contraceptives are example of medications if you are in use can be hitters of your weight gain. Checking whether you are taking any medicines on a regular basis or not?

Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.

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