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Consistent with exercise. Low white blood cell count. Gaining weight. Related?

Despite being consistent with exercise, following WW diet for years, I have continued to gain weight over the last two years. My doctor said my white blood cell count was low. Any correlation? I have had a complete run of tests by endocrinologist She says that when everyone was gaining weight during menopause, I was losing. Now, the weight gain has kicked in.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hello, Thanks for the query. In spite of exercise you are gaining weight and this is problem. Regular exercise very good but proper exercise and proper diet will maintain your weight. Please go through your dietary habit and you will find the cause. As all endocrinology tests have been done so need not to worry because there is no chances of any diseases. Oily fatty food, with plenty of carbohydrates are the main culprit in our weight gain in India. Rapid walk for at least one hour is most suitable to maintain weight. Good luck.
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