In the past few years I lifted weights a lot, mostly power-lifting style and ended up quite large at 5'9 and 225 lbs. I was strong but definitely carried excess body-fat, you really eat to make the weight go north. I didn't mind the body-fat because a 540 lb deadlift was just that cool and I had so much muscle I carried the weight well. But about two years ago I got a really bad pneumonia which left me on prednisone and inhalers for many months until I could exercise again, it was really 9 months until I fully recovered. By this point I was fat and most of the muscle I had atrophied. So working my way back I figured i'm 36 let's just get healthy, since April I'm down 47 lbs weighing in at 178 today and wearing 32 pants for the first time since I was in the Marines.
This is great and all, however my wrist has shrunk, from about ~7.25/7.4 inches depending on when I measured to now 6.8-6.75 inches. This has drastically changed the watches I can wear. The three I own are below, the MM300 now looks too big for my wrist, the Cocktail Time is right on the line, and the 38mm Alpinist fits like a glove. The angles also don't help from the pictures of the alpinist and MM300, makes them look larger than they really are.
Has anyone else had their wrists shrink this much? It seems really excessive and it's completely screwing up my watch collection. I basically can't own anything over 40 mm!