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Im a 26 yr old female standing 5'2" how much should I weigh? All the BMI calculators say something different!
I recently lost 33 lbs. I am a 4ft 9 40 year old woman i currently weigh 106 lbs wht should I weigh for my height?
Found on internet: Here's a handy site for that... http://www.halls.md/ideal-weight/body.htm. ...Read more
Roughly....: Around 120 pounds (108 to 132 pounds). ...Read more
BMI Calculator: Men between 160-185 woemn between 145-160 this is base on bmi (body mass index)calculators that are available to you online. This calculates percentage of your body fat. As long as you fall between the regular bmi, you are in good shape. Your primary care doctor can help you out with this as well. ...Read more
Concern about Weight: I understand your concern about your weight. Weight depends upon your built, diet, exercise and stresses in your life. For your age and height average weight is 135 lbs (Range 115-155lbs) It is NOT what your weight is IT IS How you accept yourself See a Therapist for self- acceptance, self-esteem, coping skills for stresses of parental fights, separation, divorce; peer pressure and identity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Around: 140 to 171 pounds. Higher if you have a large amount of muscle. Take care. ...Read more
Girl or Guy?: For a woman the formula is 100 pounds for 5 ft tall and 5 pounds for each inch there after ( 160 would be the answer) for a man the formula is 106 pounds for 5ft tall and 6 poundsfor each inch there after. ( he would be 178 plus a margin of 10% for frame size equals 161-195lbs). ...Read more
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