BMI is 32.6. Based on these numbers, you body mass index (bmi) is 32.6, which places you in the obese category. This increases your risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and lots of other bad things. It would be a good idea for you to loose some weight. If you are a body builder, dense muscle mass can give a high bmi.
Yes. Your bmi is 35.9. Here are the ranges: bmi categories: underweight = <18.5 normal weight = 18.5–24.9 overweight = 25–29.9 obesity = bmi of 30 or greater.
Much too much. The bmi (basal metabolic index) is the most important 'vital sign' in this question. Factors such as male or female, bone frame size (small, medium, large--wrist circumference will tell) are important. But generally 'normal' is defined as 20-25; overweight=25-30; obese = over 30. Your bmi is 32.6. I don't know your age, but if over 18, you have a lifelong problem unfortunately. Sorry.