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If you weight 7 stone at 19 years old is this being underweight?

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Answered 2012-08-21 12:20:39

No it's ideal weight for your age but the lower side of the ideal weight nearer underweight. But you have to take your height into acount to

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No definately not. Its a healthy weight in fact nearer to being overweight!

It would not hurt at all for you to gain a bit of weight, but you are certainly not underweight. Don't worry.

Not at all, half a stone lighter and I'd say you are underweight.

For a girl that is 16 years old and 5 foot 1 inch tall, 8 stone would not be underweight. However, for a 5 foot 7 inch tall girl, 8 stone would be considered underweight.

well i am 12 and 5'2 and weigh 6.8 stone and i am not underweight so ur not either

Being overweight or underweight not only depends on your age but it depends on your height as well.

Based solely on your weight and height (not age), you come out in the lower half of normal. You are closer to being underweight rather than overweight.

it all sepends on how tall you are but to me this sounds slightly underweight !! You do not need to lose weight (unlike me !) im 11 years old 4"9 and 6.6 stone (90.08) pounds

sounds like it to me! i am 13 and weigh 7 stone!! but really it depends on how tall you are type into google 'online bmi calculator' and you type in you weight and height into the calculator and it tells you whethere your overweight underweight ot heallthy

5 stone - 70lbs6 stone - 84lbsAccording to guidelines i would say you are underweight. Your 15 years old and dont even weight 6 stone. i'd say you would probably be at least 6 stone 3 or more to be heading towards something more healthy. xXx

when you are 12 to 13 years old your weight has to be from 48-52 if not you are either overweight or underweight.

100000000000000000000000000000000000000000 stone and I'm being serious

No I don't think you're underweight but definatley don't lose any more weight. If you google 'NHS bmi' then it will tell you if you are a healthy weight.

for your height your average for your age your underweight

I'm 19 years old and I weight 120-121. It depends because sometimes my weight fluctuates. But I'm sure if that's underweight or not. I'm 19 years old and I weight 120-121. It depends because sometimes my weight fluctuates. But I'm sure if that's underweight or not.

Sounds a little underweight to me. Eat something.

No, wouldn't say so, as I'm 12 years old and 5ft 6 and I'm 8 stone but I'm not overweight as I play as a forward in my rugby team, as you are only 5ft, I would say that that is a suitable weight

For people outside of the UK, 1 stone = 14 lbs, thus 8.5 stones are 119 lbs. It does depend if you are male or female. For a female, you are at ideal weight based on BMI. For a male, you are underweight.

65 pounds at 5 feet 3 inches tall is underweight. You should weight between 107 pounds and 135 pounds to be considered at a healthy weight.

You are underweight - your BMI is 15.2 and the healthy range is 19.5 to 24.9. You are however young which tends to mean you will be slimmer but technically you are underweight. The best way to figure your healthiest weight is by your height. For 5 feet you should weight 100 lbs. and for every inch more you should weight an extra five lbs. For example, if you are 5 ft. 1 in. you should weight 105. If you are 5 ft. 2 in. you should weigh 110 and so on. Hope that helps.

hi my name is dionne and i am 12 years old i need to ask u a question i am 12 years old and i weight 8 stone 12 and i am about 4 foot 10 inches am i overweight , average or underweight plz email me back on p.s please tell me the truth !!!!!!!!!!!!!!thanks for you're help!!!!!!

You are considered to be underweight at 87 pounds and standing 5 feet 3 inches tall. The normal weight is between 107 pounds and 135 pounds.

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