BMI calculator

Are you a suitable candidate for obesity medication treatment?

Our BMI calculator will check whether you meet the criteria for medication treatment of obesity

A BMI (body mass index) calculator is a tool for measuring excessive or subnormal weight. The weight evaluation is performed by measuring body mass - the ratio between weight and height. Ideally, a healthy body weight is measured by BMI values between 18.5 and 24.9. BMI values that are too high or too low can lead to the development of health problems. According to the indications for medication treatment of obesity, there is a BMI range that is suitable for medication treatment. In order to calculate your BMI, please input the following data:

* Note: this calculator is not designed for children or for pregnant or lactating women.

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Your BMI is

You are at:

This means that your body weight may increase your chances of suffering from such health problems as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, certain types of cancer and more.

This means that your body weight is healthy and significantly reduces your chances of suffering from such health problems as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, certain types of cancer and more.

This means that your diet does not match your body's nutritional needs. Subnormal weight is as dangerous as excessive weight, and it increases the chances of damage to your heart, bones and other body tissues.

You meet the criteria for medication treatment

as far as BMI and other indications for medication treatment of obesity. Please leave your details and we will contact you as soon as possible.












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    You do not meet the criteria for medication treatment

    According to the indications for medication treatment of obesity, the treatment is designed for ages 18+ and for people with a BMI of 27+ with at least one risk factor (hypertension, fats in the blood, pre-diabetes or diabetes) or of 30+ without needing to have risk factors. If any of the details you have provided was erroneous, please press the button below in order to recalculate.