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5ft 4in, what weight are you

(107 Posts)
mumsgirl1 Tue 07-Mar-17 17:24:03

I'm nudging 15st.
Yes yes i know rolypoly, but just curious. (be kind)
Ideal weight from ww is around 10st . So I know I have a way to go.

SweetApple Tue 07-Mar-17 17:26:09

What is it today? So many threads asking people's weight after saying how tall they are.

You are twice my weight. Same height. Happy?

Niklepic Tue 07-Mar-17 17:26:42

I'm about 10st 10 and size 12. I need to lose about a stone to feel slim (about 9.7) as i carry all my weight around my middle.

Redtartanshoes Tue 07-Mar-17 17:26:54

9 stone size 8 mostly

EggysMom Tue 07-Mar-17 17:27:37

I've just gone from 14st 6lb down to see the number 13 for the first time in over 10 years. I'm hoping it's the start of a trend ....

I wouldn;t recommend the method though. Flu, then a hacking cough, with no appetite for weeks. Then diagnosed hypothyroidism, and not eating before/after tablets has decreased my snacking time!

KingJoffreysRestingCuntface Tue 07-Mar-17 17:28:46

I don't know.

Definitely more than it should be.

13st? Wear size 16, I'm actually happy with how I look. Occasionally I look in the mirror and wish I had narrower hips and thighs and toned arms but I suspect if I did I'd find another flaw to focus on instead.

Sprink Tue 07-Mar-17 17:29:16

Well, I was 16 stone at one time but I didn't call it rolypoly, I called it obese. And so did the doctor. hmm

I now hover between 10 1/2 and 11, which is very comfortable for me even though it's outside "Normal" BMI.

It's achievable, OP. flowers

FelixFelix Tue 07-Mar-17 17:31:34

12st 7 and wear a size 14. I'm an hourglass shape. I need to lose at least 2.5st though!

PollytheDolly Tue 07-Mar-17 17:32:32

8 stone 4

Normal I think. Not skinny have a bum and boobs (34 D) small bones though.

My Weight can fluctuate. It's not about height/weight.

EmGee Tue 07-Mar-17 17:34:25

I'm 5'4 and weigh 55kg. Not sure what that is in stones. Maybe 9ish?
Apart from pregnancy and one health-related incident that piled weight on (interestingly an over-active thyroid that made me starving so I ate and ate - the doctor told me I was a rare case of someone who put weight on rather than lose it), I've always hovered around this weight give or take a couple of kilos.

OSETmum Tue 07-Mar-17 17:34:33

8 1/2 stone. I think that's ok but I'd be happier if I was 8.

WicksEnd Tue 07-Mar-17 18:22:44

Usually between 9st and 9st4lb.
Size 8 or 10 depending on the shop.

Yeahfine Tue 07-Mar-17 18:47:20

I'm about 8 1/2 stone give or take a few lbs up and down. Feel comfortable at 8 stone 2 which I have been most of my adult life but can't get there these days.

Madbengalmum Tue 07-Mar-17 18:51:40

9 to 9 st 4, size 8.

SEsofty Tue 07-Mar-17 18:52:18

58kg, so just over nine stone and still have to shift the last of the baby weight

maggiethemagpie Tue 07-Mar-17 19:08:32

10 stone 2. Would ideally be under 10 st though. size 12 (on a good day)

Nyancat Tue 07-Mar-17 19:14:51

9 1/2 stone and a 12-14 mostly.

mowglik Tue 07-Mar-17 19:17:46

Pre pregnancy (am preg now) I was 59kg.. fit into 8-10 clothes

allfurcoatnoknickers Tue 07-Mar-17 19:23:02

9 stone 10 to 10 stone. I fluctuate a lot.

Asuitablemum Tue 07-Mar-17 19:26:33

13stone. Want to lose 2stone.

KellyElly Tue 07-Mar-17 19:28:53

8 stone 12 and size 8.

PickAChew Tue 07-Mar-17 19:29:57

10 stone. Was a stone and a half heavier, a year ago. Could do to lose another half, as much to take the strain off my feet and knees as aesthetics.

ChangingStates Tue 07-Mar-17 19:30:31

10st 13, really want to be more like 9 1/2 but the cake keeps calling my name grin

LittleMissCantbebothered Tue 07-Mar-17 19:31:12

13st 5lb. I was 11 stone three years ago :-(

Pleasemrstweedie Tue 07-Mar-17 19:31:53

Ten stone. Still trying to get shot of the last half stone and back to my pre hypothyroidism diagnosis weight,

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