So. I don't expect to get much in the way of sympathy to this thread, I can't get anyone in the medical profession to take me seriously and I know that for a lot of you losing weight after you have your little ones is really difficult. However, I have the opposite problem. I can't stop losing weight and it's starting to bother (translation "worry") me. I was 9 3/4 stone before I got PG and was really happy with my figure. I was a curvy size 10. I don't have a set of scales at home because I've never been that bothered with weighing myself. I seemed to lose weight really quickly after having the twins and found myself back in my pre-pregnancy clothes within a couple of weeks. The trouble is, that dramatic weight loss doesn't seem to be stopping. I weighed myself 4 weeks ago at the docs and I was 9st 4. Half a stone lighter than I was before I was PG. I was at the docs again today and weighed myself again and I'm now 8st 11 (same set of scales). That's half a stone in 4 weeks! I feel too thin, gaunt really. I'm now a stone lighter than I was before I was PG. DH keeps saying "don't lose any more". My Mum gave me a bit of a hard time yesterday because she could see my ribs sticking through around the top of my chest. I've mentioned it to the health visitor a few times (including today) and just get "lucky you" and "eat more". I don't see how I can TBH. I have breakfast cereal at 7ish. Couple of slices of toast at 10 ish, lunch, mid-afternoon snack (fruit or icecream), home cooked dinner and pudding. I eat biscuits with my drinks. I do have a higher appetite because of the BF, but I'm stuffed most of the time. I can't find anything to help me on the web and I'm concerned that the rate of weight loss doesn't seem to be slowing down. I keep thinking about Victoria Beckham and don't want to end up like her. Like I say, I don't expect any sympathy but I would like to be taken seriously. The docs aren't but my family and I are starting to get concerned. Help!