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    I'm about 160cm, and weight 76kg. My BMI is 29.something, so JUST scraping into the overweight rather than obese category these days.

    I wear about a 12-14 at the moment.

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    I'm 163cm, 65ish kg (I think- don't have scales at home) which works out to a BMI of 24.5
    At my skinniest gym junkie stage I was 57kgs and I wore size 8 clothes, around 60 ish I hit a size 10, at the moment I'm a 10-12. Just bought jeans in a 29, which I think is an 11(?). I have boobs and a butt, and carry weight in my thighs rather than mid-section. No matter what size I am, I often have to take clothes in at the waist so they fit me better.

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    I'm 169cm tall and I weigh 65kgs. I'm a size 10.
    Would I change anything about my body? No. I used to be 49kgs and was a size 8. I like that my boobs are bigger and that my body is a little more curvier.
    I lied... I would change something. I'd like to tone up. I'd like my flat belly and tight arms and legs back lol

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    I'm 169cm, pre-pregnancy I was 57kg (19.8BMI) and wore 8 tops and 8-10 bottoms. At my lightest I was 50kg (17.5BMI) and just took whatever the smallest was at any shop.. much happier being at a BMI about 20.

    I know what you mean about dress sizes - a friend of mine is taller and 'skinnier' than me, but because she has wider hips and shoulders she's in similar sizes to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkCherry View Post
    I'm 169cm tall and I weigh 65kgs. I'm a size 10.
    Would I change anything about my body? No. I used to be 49kgs and was a size 8. I like that my boobs are bigger and that my body is a little more curvier.
    I lied... I would change something. I'd like to tone up. I'd like my flat belly and tight arms and legs back lol
    I lied. I used to be 54kgs. I went down to 49kg because I severe morning sickness.

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    I'm 167cm, 74kg, BMI 26.5 and I wear a 12-14. I'd like to get under 70kg and work on my post babe gut!

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    I'm 167cm, 50kg, bmi 18 I think, size 6-8... I still have love handles though and big athletic legs
    Haven't had kids yet tho either

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    164cm, 84kg, size 14-16. Desperate to lose at least 20kg this year,

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    I'm 160cm.. before implanon and kids I was 50kgs a size 10 and a BMI of 19.5..

    Now I'm 62kg and a BMI of 24.2, and a size 10-12.... but I've got a lot of weight around my bum and thighs... and stretched stomach skin that will need surgical removal... but I want to get back to 52kg before I look at that.

    (just as a side.... at my biggest, after Lysander was born.. I was 110kgs and a size 18-20)

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    My pre baby weight was around 80kg, bmi of 25 and size 12-14. After baby 1/2 i put on 30kg, at 20weeks pregnant u havent gained any weight.
    ?hoping to get back to a size 14 next year
    Im 178 cm tall


 

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