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she should weigh between 90 to 120

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everyones different but a height of 5'4 should be between 100 to 115


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literal answer: your height has no effect on my weight. answer to what i think you're trying to say: 92 - 123 lbs.



Not at all! You are probably on the skinny side.


This really depends on your frame size. From small to large, you should fall in the range of 114-151 pounds as a healthy weight.




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