Male height percentile calculator - Doctor answers
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Sir I am 19 year old boy and am 5 ' 8" inches tall. Can I increase my height 3- 4 inches taller average height calculator showd me 174cm is itposble?
Depends on genetics: Your adult height is largely determined by genetic factors. Take the average of your parents heights and add two inches since you are a boy. You should genetically end up here, plus or minus two inches. If you fall below that threshold, see an endocrine doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If my son is age 12 but has a bone age of one year behind (taken about 5 years ago) would I use age 11 in one of the height calculators?
Not necessarily: A bone age of 1 year behind from 5 years ago could very well have changed by now--could be that the bone age has caught up and now he is a bone age of 12, not 11. Or maybe his bone age is even ahead and he is 13, not 12. You should use his chronological age, 12. And if you are still worried about his height, go see an endocrinologist and have another bone age and workup done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The risk factors analyzed statistically aren't explaining the outcomes. BUT
1) we know it's age related and 35 is low risk.
2) prior personal history explains things better than risk models (if previous personal heart disease risk zooms up).
3) http://www. Cvriskcalculator. Com/ ...Read more
I am a male in my 50's non smoker Good Blood Pressure with a BMI of 22 I used an online Body Fat Calculator I appear to have 32% body fat, what does this mean in terms of health and lifestyle?
Pregnancy wheel: I'm not sure what exactly you're asking for here, but I'm assuming you need a guide to calculating pregnancy dates. Usually you can figure it by the date of either conception or the date of the last menstrual period, then using a pregnancy wheel (i'm sure there are online versions) that will calculate what the due date should be. ...Read more
If your due date is based off of an ultrasound, you could then see when you most likely had your menses and when you conceived.
Is that what you mean?
If you are sure of your menstrual period, it should correlate closely with your due date from an ultrasound.
I hope that helps. :). ...Read more
Not accurate: Online calculators make lots of assumption. First they assume that you ovulate, which is not the case for all women. Then they either assume that your periods are exactly 28 days apart or that you ovulate exactly 14 days before your next period. A better way is to use over the counter ovulation prediction kits which will help you know when exactly you are ovulating and time intercourse ...Read more
Here is a great website to calculate and get nutritional facts.
http://nutritiondata. Self. Com/
weight watchers online is also another website great for this. ...Read more
You don't: Calculators make assumptions that everybody ovulates and that everybody has periods every month. However, this may not necessarily be the case. Calculator will just give you an ovulation date 2 weeks prior to your menses. To be certain that you actually ovulate, you should purchase an OPK and use it as directed, generally start testing ~ day 10 if you have regular periods. ...Read more
See if this is what you are looking for:
http://americanpregnancy. Org/duringpregnancy/pregcalc. Html. ...Read more
Difference in GFR: The answer to you question is that the GFR calculators give an estimated, not an actual, gfr. The calculation used to estimate the GFR is based on a person's age, sex, race, height and weight. The difference in your estimated GFR levels is about 5%, perhaps your weight was different. The only way to know what your real GFR is is to have a doctor order a 24 hour urine for creatinine clearance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I looked my ovulation-calculator apps. It said today is my ovulation day. Otherwise I took an ovulation test, negative. Help?
Help?: How can we help you? Your testing is not working. ...Read more
I have two ovulation-calculator apps, it said. Different answers. One it said last week on 4/15 and the other one it said today 4/20. Confusing, help?
Dates: On a normal cycle your ovulation is 14 days before your next period. But since you can't foretell the future, this is of little help. You might have 11-17 days from the beginning of your period until ovulation. After ovulation it is always 14 days to your period. The apps have to assume a 25 day cycle or a 28 day or a 31 day cycle - thus the difference. ...Read more