Good weight for a 16 year old female??

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So I am 5'3 (163cm) and 94lbs (42kg) is this a good/ healthy weight?
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So I am 5'3 (163cm) and 94lbs (42kg) is this a good/ healthy weight?
According to the NHS, you are VERY underweight. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy...mi-calculator/

Are you anorexic?
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So I am 5'3 (163cm) and 94lbs (42kg) is this a good/ healthy weight?
Your BMI is at the low end for your age. I'd suggest that you see your GP for a personalised assessment.
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According to the NHS, you are VERY underweight. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy...mi-calculator/

Are you anorexic?
I'm not should this be something I should get checked out?
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I'm not should this be something I should get checked out?
definitely, you sure all the details are correct/
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definitely, you sure all the details are correct/
Yeah I'm sure, don't really look or feel underweight though
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According to the NHS, you are VERY underweight. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy...mi-calculator/

Are you anorexic?
Nah I am roughly the same height and weigh roughly the same lol
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Yeah I'm sure, don't really look or feel underweight though
Just to give you an idea of how underweight you are, my 11 year old sister is 42kg.
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According to the NHS, you are VERY underweight. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy...mi-calculator/

Are you anorexic?
Why does everyone jump to the conclusion that skinny people have anorexia :confused: it's a mental illness, you can't diagnose it over the internet.

OP I was underweight as a teenager no matter what. In my early 20s I now have a BMI of 18 thanks to playing racket sports. Just eat healthy and exercise. Then your body will look the way its supposed to whatever that is.
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So I am 5'3 (163cm) and 94lbs (42kg) is this a good/ healthy weight?

you could do with putting on some weight, you are probably skinny
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Some people have a superfast metabolism, but if you are underweight you should think about how much exercise you do and how much you eat. If that's both okay, then maybe see your gp
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I'm 15 years old and I am a 52kg male, am I Underweight?
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I'm 15 years old and I am a 52kg male, am I Underweight?
You’ll need to do a BMI test, although they aren’t always reliable.
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