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Diet Plan For A 19 Year Old Woman
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Are diet pills safe for someone who is also on accutane? I am a 19-year-old female on Accutane and I am struggling to lose the 10-15 pounds I gained in college. I am looking into diet pills but I don't know which ones are safe and legitimate. I also want t
Which birth control is better for a 19-year old, nuva ring or plan b? Which one is less side effects? Which one can harm a female body?
BMI less than 25: The most easy way of answering your question will be to achieve a body mass index (BMI), a formula that calculates weight for height, less than 25. Of course BMI alone can not solely make the conclusion that an individual be it a woman or man must be below BMI of 25 to be healthy but you get the point. MRI to calculate fat percentage will be more of an academic way to better define fat % ...Read more
Depends : Estrogen is a natural product of metabolism and is present in some quantity in both genders. The body regulates the quantity made using an elaborate feed back system involving the brain & sex organs. Estrogen's are commonly used in prescription oral contraceptives or menstrual regulator products. They should only be used after proper history & physical exam & a discussion of potential side effects. ...Read more
Here are some...: Good question! In general, a 19-y-o should never need this drug, a PDE-5 inhibitor, to enhance clitorial erection resulting from sexual arousal except under an extreme dysfunctional state such as significant neurological diseases, severe mental derangement, etc. So, seek professional evaluation so to define the balance between medical necessity and professional possibility before its use. ...Read more
Evaluation: See a psychiatrist for an evaluation to be diagnosed correctly. Labwork may be ordered to rule out any underlying illnesses which can mimic your symptoms. Once diagnosed, then it is time to discuss treatment options. There are several treatment options such as medication, journaling and cognitive behavioral therapy. You have to find what works for you. ...Read more
Hello. I'm a 19-year-old guy . I am a skinny person. I have been doing workout and taking proper diet past few months but that's not working at all...
Skinny person: What is your question? Don't complain that you are skinny. It means your life style is working. If you have a question please resubmit your wuestion ...Read more
Good info: Check out these sites for vegetarian info, meals and recipes: http://www.realsimple.com, http://tryveg.com, http://allrecipes.com, www.foodnetwork.com, www.cookinglight.com, www.chooseveg.com, ohmyveggies.com & emeals.com ...Read more
Varies: The 10-85% range for 5'8" /19 in a female is 122-171 based on published CDC guidelines & body mass index. The 50% point for ht/age is 142 with 25-75% range 130-159. Such standards assume average muscle mass/age and are not the only means for determining proper weight for individuals. ...Read more
Depends on the lab: Not to skirt your question, but normal ranges will vary depending on the reporting laboratory. Normal ferritin (iron) ranges are generally a little higher for men than women. Normal hemoglobin ranges are more standardized and can be a reflection of normal iron stores. In adult women, a normal hemoglobin is 12.0 to 15.5 grams per deciliter. ...Read more
117-156#: Using http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm, you're 29.7. Aim for body mass index (BMI) of 18.5-24.9 which is considered normal. BMI less than 18.5 is underweight while 25-29.9 is overweight & 30+ is obese. Of note, BMI doesn't take into account gender or age in adults nor body composition. So please note that skinny fat isn't a good thing whereas more muscle is bette ...Read more
I'm a 19-year-old female that is 5'7 and weighs 223 lbs. I KNOW I'm overweight, so how many pounds should I lose to be healthy?
Other data helpful: To do this safely and effectively you need to know your Body Mass Index and your body frame, small, med., large. Please see your doc who will assess your specific situation and then you will know. It's more about your health than the numbers on the scale. Peace and good health. Ask the doc about low carb and higher protein food plan. ...Read more
Hi, im a 19-year-old over weight female. I am wandering what is the healthiest, but fastest way to lose 25 by march?
Eat less more more: It really depends on your starting weight whether losing 25 lbs by march is feasible. More important — why do you want to lose weight and why by march? Focus more on your health and recognize that you have a long time ahead of you to live in this body. If you approach it in a hurry you are more likely to end up with a temporary loss at best. See choosemyplate. Gov for food plans and tracking. ...Read more
I'm a 19-year-old female, I was wondering how many hours of sleep should I get or need my sleep is always interrupted by being woken up by people :(?
Probably 8 hr: During the growing years a teen needs 9 or more hours of sleep per 24 hrs. Growth spurts and physically demanding activities can add to the need. As growth and extra activities decline, most will find 8 hour enough. Failure to keep up with the sleep requirement can show up in a variety of ways. Poor academic performance in school, sleep walking, etc. ...Read more
Should I talk to someone about my weight when I'm a 19-year-old female that is 5'7" and weighs 199 lbs?
Overweight: Yes talking with someone about your weight and weight loss would be a great idea. Programs like Weight Watchers and TOPS (take off pounds safely) are great peer support for healthier eating and moderate exercise. Start with your doctor to make sure you don't have other underlying problems that can impact your health such as high blood pressure and pre-diabetes. Best wishes with your weight loss ...Read more
I ate more than 15 gummy vitamins, have i caused myself permanent damage? I am really nervous I am a 19-year-old female, about 120 lbs
No: You will have not caused yourself permanent harm by ingesting this many gummy vitamins. You will urinate out the excess vitamins. On a separate note, was this intentional, or did you think they were regular gummy candy? ...Read more
I am a 19-year old female weighing 45 kilograms and my height is 5 feet 4 inches, I want to gain weight and become 54 kilograms. What to do?
Increase your intake: More important than weight is fitness.if you feel strong and in good health why should you want to gain weight.if you eat a balanced diet and have energy you are fine.you should start lifting weights and building your bone density.that is very important for women.that will add weight too. ...Read more
Is pri. Or sec. erythromelalgia more common in a 19-year-old male? I've read most secondary causes are in women over 60. I had a CBC and it was fine.
Three categories: erythromelalgia (platelet-mediated and aspirin-sensitive), primary erythermalgia, and secondary erythermalgia
Hereditary erythromelalgia is an autosomal dominant disorder caused by mutations in a protein involved in a , voltage-gated sodium channel. More than 20 SCN9A mutations have been reported in patients with this form of primary erythromelalgia. Causes of secondary erythromelalgia include medications, myeloproliferative disorders, infections and unknown causes. The early-onset (primary) form is reported to have a male-to-female ratio of 1:2.5. Secondary erythromelalgia was reported to have a male-to-female ratio of 3:2 when due to myeloproliferative disorders but a 1997 case series from Norway showed a female predominance (male-to-female ratio of 1:2), when a variety of causes were included. ...Read more
What is this lump on my shoulder it is brown, hard and has been there for about 5 months. It got kind of smaller but has not gone away and it has never hurt the entire time it's been there. I'm a 19-year-old female
Dermatology exam: Would suggest you have a dermatologist exam this area. ...Read more
I'm a 19-year-old female and weigh 305 pounds. Would it be healthy to eat 1200-1500 calories a day and exercise 30-60 min to lose weight?
Careful: At 305 pounds you may have several potentially significant health issues. Before drastically reducing caloric intake and increasing exercising, see a md and make sure you can do these things, and ask advice for the healthy route. Best of health and luck! ...Read more
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