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Does doing exercise by a obese girl make her gain more weight ?

An obese girl of age 35yrs weighing 120kg has been told by her dietician that she will gain more weight if she exercises or sweats. She has been asked to only reduce by dieting. why?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Nov 2011
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  User's Response
welcome to HCM...

as per ur query...
first we need to find what is the reason behind ur weight gain...after that treat the cause is very first find out the reason like hypothyroidism, over eating, nill physical activity etc...
if ur doc advice not to exercise then i will suggest u some ayurvedic treatment like....
in morning and evening drink 20-25 ml aloe vera amla juice....empty stomach..
with 2 tablet triphala morning and evening with that juice....
but plz do that regularly for 1 month and see the result...

wishes u a gud health
Answered: Wed, 30 Nov 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Rajath. Pejaver's  Response
Hi, Thanks for your query.
Weight reduction must involve proper diet and exercise. Exercise is very important . Unless she is physically unable to exercise due to an injury, she should exercise on a regular basis. What the dietician has said seems to be inaccurate.
Have a healthy life.
Answered: Sat, 26 Nov 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. K. P. V. Rao's  Response
Dear Anonymous,
An obese lady,35 years old 120 kg.The reason she is obese are either hypothyroidism or overeating and no exercise or both.Kindly get her thyroid function test done and get back to me with the reports.I will suggest the line of treatment.And yes, by exercising or sweating you will not increase weight but if there is some other problem like heart/kidney you may have complications.If there is any other problems please report that also.
Answered: Sat, 26 Nov 2011
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