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You've probably heard of Body Mass Index (BMI) before. It's a well-known measurement tool that's used to estimate how much fat a person is carrying on his or her body. Your doctor may use your BMI as a starting point to help determine if you may be at risk for weight-related health problems. And it's also an important factor that is considered during the qualification process for bariatric surgery.

Find out your BMI, and what it means:

Calculate your BMI, simply input your height and weight (in pounds) into the calculator below to find out your BMI number.  Remember, however, that BMI may not be relevant for everyone—including children, athletes, senior citizens, and pregnant women.

Enter your Age: Example: 25
Enter your height: feet inches
Enter your weight: Example: 205



 

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