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I am 21 years old. My height is 5'4 and my weight is 64 kgs. I wanna reduce my weight to 55 in 2 to 3 months. What shall I do to achieve it? Please suggest me.
How to reduce weight .I am 5 feet 4 inch ,my weight 72 Doing gym from last one years .Still the weight is same .Need suggestions n diet plan too.
I am fat my weight is approx 90kg I try to neglect junk food but I cannot what should I do in this case.
I am suffering with snoring and weight gaining up to 100. 0 kg. I am trying to weight loss. I.want to maintain 75. 0 kg to 80. 0 kg.
Am a female my age is 18 n my height is 5.4 n I weigh about 70 kilos! Is it normal? Or should I reduce?
Impact of Obesity on Contraceptive Choice:
Obesity is becoming an alarming epidemic nowadays. Although obesity is associated with some reduction in fertility, the vast majority of obese women can conceive. The risk of pregnancy associated complications is higher in obese women.
Intrauterine contraception may be more effective than oral or transdermal methods for obese women. The WHO guidelines provide no restrictions (class 1) for the use of intrauterine contraception, DMPA, and progestin-only pills for obese women (BMI ≥30) in the absence of coexistent medical problems, whereas methods that include estrogen (pill, patch, ring) are considered class 2 (advantages generally outweigh theoretical or proven risks) due to the increased risk of thromboembolic disease.
There are no restrictions to the use of any contraceptive methods following restrictive bariatric surgery procedures, but both combined and progestin-only pills are relatively less effective following procedures associated with malabsorption.