That really is odd. Has your dosage changed from what you originally started? Are you exercising heavily? (I ask in the case that you may be converting fat to muscle??? ) Are you taking thyroid? (Some people gain weight on thyroid. It's important to find the appropriate thyroid medication and only if you are legitimately thyroid deficient.) Whatever your case is, I would say something definitely needs to be addressed with your doctor and I'm surprised he/she hasn't addressed it by now. It's highly unusual to lose zero weight after 2 months. Even those in studies who didn't change their eating habits lost weight. I would concentrate on eating healthy, drinking lots of water, weighing in the morning and make an appointment with my Doc ASAP!!
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