Top
15
Doctor insights on: Average Weight For A 18 Year Old Female

Share
2

2
What is the average weight for a 5'2" 18 year old female?

What is the average weight for a 5'2" 18 year old female?

BMI is ok: Underweight: < 101 pounds. Normal: 102-137 pounds. Overweight: 138-164 pounds. Bmi or body mass index is an ok way to calculate your ideal weight. Using pounds and inches: bmi = ( weight in pounds / ( height in inches x height in inches ) ) x 703 bmi prime is the bmi/25. This gives a percentage that you may be overweight (ie. 1.34= 34% overweight). ...Read more

3

3
Hey i'm a 18 year old female and i'm 5'4, whats the average weight for a person like me?? (Im really curvy)

Hey i'm a 18 year old female and i'm 5'4, whats the average weight for a person like me?? (Im really curvy)

Body mass index: BMI or body mass index can be calculated here: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm There is also a BMI calculator app. Overweight is above A BMI of 25. Obese is above 30. Weight calculations are usually upsetting - ideal body weight is 100 lbs plus five pounds for each inch above five feet, plus or minus 10%. Not comforting to most people. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
4

4
What is the average weight for a 5'1up female 18 year old?

What is the average weight for a 5'1up female 18 year old?

Wow!Almost anything!: There's a huge variation of normal sizes for an 18 year old girl...Genetically predetermined; although nutritional intake may modify this. Go to the website "www.Cdc.Gov"; type "growth charts" in the search box in the right upper corner of this webpage; click thru the menus until see appropriate chart for 18 yr-old girls. The 50th %tile could be considered "average"--but normal is 5th-85th %tile. ...Read more

5

5
What is the average weight for a 5'3 female who is 18 years old?

What is the average weight for a 5'3 female who is 18 years old?

Average weight: Sorry, but I cannot answer that without more information. Please make an appointment to see a Gynecologist. Don't wait too long before you see the doctor. ...Read more

Dr. Jay Park Dr. Park
1 doctor agreed:
6

6
The average weight for an 18 year old girl?

Dr. Jay Park Dr. Park
1 doctor agreed:
The average weight for an 18 year old girl?

125 lbs: Normal weight for 18-y-o girl ranges from 100- to 178 lbs. ...Read more

8

8
What is the average weight for an 18yr old girl?

What is the average weight for an 18yr old girl?

Varied wt..: Depends on your height and people vary with bone structure, small, medium, large perhaps ethnic background should and would have to be considered. They have numerous charts that give average wt. For your height & bone structure. Body mass index, ethnic, & last but not least genetics. Life style modification i.e. Diet & exercise can turn that 18 y/o body into the perfect wt..In your mind--. ...Read more

10

10
Average weight for a 14 year old 5'5 female?

Average weight for a 14 year old 5'5 female?

110 lbs: Check this link for girls' growth charts http://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts/data/set2clinical/cj41c072.pdf ...Read more

11

11
Average weight for a 5'3 (160cm), 15 year old female?

Average weight for a 5'3 (160cm), 15 year old female?

Please: Consider having an adult or someone who is at least 16 years old ask this question for you. You need to be at least 16 years old to post questions on Healthtap. Thanks. ...Read more

13

13
What is an average weight for a 5'5" 21 year old female?

What is an average weight for a 5'5" 21 year old female?

Body weight: Here is a nice calculator for ideal body weight: http://www.Healthcentral.Com/diet-exercise/ideal-body-weight-3146-143.Html remember, this is only a guideline, and based on body frame size, numbers may vary. ...Read more

15

15
What is the average weight for a 14 year old, 5'8 female?

What is the average weight for a 14 year old, 5'8 female?

Female weighs in: For a tall girl at 5'8"' even in early teens at 14 yr, you can expect her to weigh between 145-150 lbs for a proportional measurement of BMI. The normal for an individual is determined by various factors, including family traits and other health conditions. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers