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Obesity, short in height, cold to touch, unable to lose weight. How to lose weight quickly?

Hi I m a 13 year old female. 5 feet 1 inch. And 84 pounds. The girls at my school always laugh and call me fat, short, and popsicle (I m always cold .) But I do gymnastics 4 times a week I don t get it. No matter what I do they just laugh and call me fat. I can t lose more than 3 pounds a week. What are some ways to lose weight quickly.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

It sounds like the girls at your school are bullies and are the ones with the problem.

At 5 ft 1 inch and 84 pounds, your weight is not in the overweight or obese category and you do not need to lose any weight.If you do lose weight, you may fall into the under weight category.

If you find that you are overly concerned about your weight or body image, it may be best to speak to your parents or guardian or any other adult you are close to.

Hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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