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    There are two posts alone on this page trying to get Into the underweight category

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    160cms 42kgs BMI 16.4 size 6-8. I've always been this weight besides while pregnant I gained 20kgs I lost it all within 3mths post birth. I'm fit and healthy.

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    I am just over 190cms tall
    I am 78kilos
    I am a Bmi of 21 i think
    I wear a size 12 top and bottom, but most of the time i wear a size 14 top for the extra length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    There are two posts alone on this page trying to get Into the underweight category
    I think I see what you mean, although I believe feeling more comfortable at a kilo or two lighter and anorexia nervosa are worlds apart. I haven't seen anybody encouraging obsessive dieting or anything of the sort.

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    I have no waist either Kitty. You have the same body type as me. It's frustrating bc it makes me look bigger in the tummy than I really am. And when I take measurements I'm classed as obese for my waist yet my hips are the same measurements and are in a good range I've always wanted a waist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I have no waist either Kitty. You have the same body type as me. It's frustrating bc it makes me look bigger in the tummy than I really am. And when I take measurements I'm classed as obese for my waist yet my hips are the same measurements and are in a good range I've always wanted a waist!
    I'll swap you the waist for the boobs :P

    I have a friend who doesn't have a waist, she is massive on sport. Rock hard abs etc. Her waist measurement puts her in the risk category. I always laugh at it because there is quite literally nothing she can do to make it smaller!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    There are two posts alone on this page trying to get Into the underweight category
    If your talking about me... Then I'm more than happy to post pictures and openly talk about it more. All the women in my family are thin. Before I had kids, I was active ie swimming, walking, surfing etc. I weighed between 50-52kgs pretty much my entire life which would give me a bmi of 19 or just underweight. I have never dieted, never visited a gym. I wouldn't even know what a calorie is... I eat purely for taste and energy and quite regularly out eat my almost 100kg dh.

    I currently have 2 toddlers, recovering from PND, rarely leave home, don't even walk much anymore and have crept up to 58kgs.. It doesn't bother me. I'm still happy with my weight and what I look like but in all honesty I am seriously not doing anything active or eating as healthy as I should and if I was I would probably be back somewhere around the 52kg range which seems to be my "healthy weight" even if it doesn't fit bmi's healthy weight range.

    My dh is considered obese on the bmi scale which I find incredible considering he is fitter, eats less and exercises more than I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I think I see what you mean, although I believe feeling more comfortable at a kilo or two lighter and anorexia nervosa are worlds apart. I haven't seen anybody encouraging obsessive dieting or anything of the sort.
    Agreed. My weight varies by 2kg I certainty know when ive put it on. Im very uncomfortable.

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    We wanna waist!!
    I love the look of rockabilly/vintage dresses with a cinched in waist, but they just don't work on me.

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