I'm in a bit of a pickle. A couple years ago I successfully lost 28 Ibs. (my sophomore year of college) I weighed around 158 and being 5"6, that made me overweight. I slimmed down to the 133-135 range using myfitness and have maintained that for the past few years.
For whatever reason, it has been getting more and more difficult for me to stay in that range, or so my new scale is showing me. I'm currently and temporarily living on a military base with my husband who is in the Guard. To fill my free time I work out literally every day of the week. Most days I burn up to 600-700 calories. We don't over eat and we fill most of our diet with fruits, veggies, and eat home-cooked meals throughout the week. But the new scale we got a month ago keeps saying I am in the 137-139 range. However, I can't help but feel that's not an accurate reading of my weight. I've been looking slimmer (even starting to see some ab definition) and my size 4 pants have been getting looser. But then one day the scale will say I'm 135 and then the next day I'm 138 and staying at that weight for the next 3 days, despite how much I workout and how careful I monitor my diet.
I guess what I want to know is, what are the chances that this is just an issue with my scale and not my actual weight? I just want some guidance about this because it's starting to bother me.