Okay around early July this year, I weighed myself using a physician's beam balance. I honestly do not know if I did it right but I do remember weighing at around 95 kilograms. If I'm not mistaken that was after lunch.
A few days after that, I started to regularly run 4 times a week for 45 minutes for almost 3 weeks. Then I stopped as I wasn't able to continue the running since then because of my schedule. My diet was still the same -- still ate pretty much the same food.
Now fast forward today I had a simple medical test which determined my weight at 83 kg (take note, the device that was used by the nurse was a simple weighing scale, not beam balance). At first I was happy because I was starting to lose weight. Then after a few hours, it started to sink in -- did I lose that much weight in a span of short time?! I mean my diet was still the same and I only ran for less than 3 weeks!
Just this evening (after around 10 hours since the weighing scale), I went to the department store and tried out some bathroom scales in the box. And to my horror -- most of the scales I tried on said I was only 70 kg! Jesus Christ. Out of the 6 scales I tried, I think only one said I was about 80 something.
Did I really lose weight that much? At the age of 23, I am thinking I have cancer or something!
The only thing keeping me sane right now is the fact that nobody ever told me that "OH MY GOSH YOU LOST WEIGHT!". As a matter of fact, some of my friends thought that I gained a "little" weight.
Now looking back at July, I honestly do not know if I measured myself accurately at 95kg. I really don't know what to think right now.
If I were losing this much weight because of something sinister, should I be feeling more sick? I totally feel fine right now except for the fact I am quite anxious about this weight scare.
Help me get through this please.