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From Sandra, Child's Age 12 - 01/31/13 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hello everyone. My daughter Anna has been chubby for the last year or so, but only a little bit around her waist. However, over the last few months or so she's really been putting on weight. The problem is, me and my ex-husband live seperately, and I only get to see Anna on sundays. Because of this I hadn't really noticed it much, as when she's at mine she wears baggy "casual" clothes. The thing that spurred me into action was a dance performance she did on Sunday that I came to watch. She's been talking about this for ages and it was an important thing to her. The problem was that the pretty little skirt thing she had to wear was too small for her! They took the measurements 2 months ago but she could barely get into it. I think she must have put on about 15 pounds (and she wasn't skinny before) and most of it seems to have gone to her stomach. She got it on after a while though and we ... (view more)

From Chloe, Child's Age 14 - 01/30/13 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hi. My daughter's 14 now and i'm getting worried about her weight. She's always been a little chubby as she eats a lot and never exercises (she absolutely refuses) but she's been okay until recently.
The thing is i sent her to a summer camp last year and she must have been eating loads while she was there because when she came back she must have gained at least 20 pounds. I was very shocked as you can imagine. She seems to have gained most around her waist and bottom which isn't good for a young girl. Shes only 5'3 and i don't know her weight but i'd guess about 160 pounds. Anyway she wore this short top one day and i made some comment about how she looked "a bit big for it" and we had a huge row which ended in her storming off.
She's been gaining weight ever since the summer and i don't know what to do. I don't want her to be ill but she wont talk to me about it. sorry about the length.

From MomINky, Child's Age 9 - 12/07/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My daughter is 9 years old and weighs aprox 110lbs. She is not "fat" but most her weight is centered in her belly. She is begging me to wear a bikini to her pool party but I am horrified at the thought. How do I tell her, without hurting her, that she does not have the body for a bikini?
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From Priscilla, Child's Age 12 - 11/10/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hi i have a son who is really lazy overweight he always figth with younger brothers and figths for the food he get mad when you tell him to help around the house or to go pick up trash in the yard he is also lazy to take bath now me and my husband are always figth cause of him im scared to lose my husband over my son behavior what do i do please some tell something
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From Susan, Child's Age 15 - 10/30/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hi everyone. My son Jude was fairly healthy looking and skinny for the majority of his life. But it was this past summer that he started packing some weight on. He stayed a couple weeks with my sister, and when I picked him up, he was noticeably fatter. All his clothes were way too tight. I was definitely concerned, and I took him to the doctor for his sports physical. The doctor said that he put on 45 pounds from his last check-up, weighing 200 lbs. He's 5'7" by the way. The doctor was very concerned and said that I should monitor his eating and excercise. But the problem is now, that he quit the cross country team because he says he can't run fast anymore. So he's clearly been putting on more weight not running. I'd say he's somewhere around 215 or 220 lbs now. Is there anything I can do about this?
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From lynn, Child's Age 2 - 09/29/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
my so was born big 10 lbs 1 ounce and has many health problems the hospital had him at 2 days old on 6 ounces of formula every 4 hrs for hypogycemia... he now weighs 51 lbs i need him to lose weight. any suggestions?
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From lesley, Child's Age 13 - 09/24/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My son is 13 and has to wear mens waist 46 and he says he dosnt care and eats al the time and gets really angry when I stop him he's even told the doctor he's not bothered about his weight I just don't know what to do about it anymore
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From Mary, Child's Age 10 - 09/06/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Please help! My ten year old daughter thinks she is fat, but I hate it when does! She has started dieting and she is only 64.3 pounds. I ask her desperately to stop but she goes behind my back and diets with her school lunch! I have gotten so hopeless. I think that maybe because we made such a big deal of her brother not eating or being too skinny that she started to feel fat. I feel bad for my actions now and just wish she would think that she is not fat and an average weight! Even her friends donʻt agree with the idea! Somebody, please, please,please help, and I will thank my lucky stars.
Thanks and sorry for the length,
Mary K.
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From Sara, Child's Age 28 - 07/27/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
I'm concerned about my daughter and don't know what to do. She's over 500lbs and can barely move...
She was maybe about 180lbs when she graduated high school...played some volleyball and all that. But it was in college she really started to put on the weight, she admitted to being over 300 when she graduated (I wish she were only that big now!)
My daughter got married to her boyfriend almost right out of school and kept getting bigger and bigger. The problem is that as she's gotten bigger, she is less and less willing to even talk about it with me. I know she's her own woman now (she's 28 and married), but its such a sensitive subject for both of them (her husband too) that if I even serve them diet coke I can see they get offended, like I'm demeaning them about her weight.
PLEASE she's getting so big. I know she used to eat a lot of fast food, but at over 500 pounds her... (view more)

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From Jamie, Child's Age 9 - 06/07/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My y9oungest son is 9 years old and weighs 146 lbs. he wears a size 34 waist men's shorts/pants and a M/L men's top. He's active but says he doesn't feel full when he eats. My son exhibits symptoms of ADHD and I have been doing research on both ADHD and childhood obesity. From what I have gathered so far, there is a connection between the two IF your child is NOT being treated for the ADHD. With my son being only 9 yrs old, I am more than a little hesitant to start him on a medication regimen. What if he needs medication? Ugh, I am at a loss and my wits end. I was recently diagnosed with ADHD about 8 months ago, am on medication, and have lost 52 pounds... but I'm also 38 yrs old. Not sure what to do! I'm so worried about him! It scares me because statistics show that most overweight 10 yr olds already have pre-symptoms/signs of having heart disease and their parents don't... (view more)
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From Stacy, Child's Age 16 - 05/27/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hello all, my daughter Ellen was always a bit chubby since she hit puberty, but she was still active, so we didn't talk to her about her weight and her food choices. She has always been a girl that likes to eat a lot, but her swimming has kept the weight off i guess.
But now that she is 16 she obviously hangs around with friends a lot more and is a lot more independant. It seems to me she is not handling the responsablity well. We went to the doctors 3 months ago and i was told that she is bordering the overweight category, weighing 155 pounds. She promised to watch what she eats and exercise more.
I didn't think of this a big problem, because she has always been a bit chubby, but now that the weather is getting warmer i noticed she looked even heavier then 3 months ago! So i asked how much she weighed and she didn't want to tell me. So after a huge fight she finally stepped... (view more)

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From Rachel, Child's Age 9 - 05/23/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My daughter is 9 years old and weighs 155. she wears a womans 10-14. she has a double chin and is bordering diebetes. she has the stuff on her neck that shows this. not to mention she can eat and then like not even 10 minutes later eat some more or claim she still hungery when there is no possible way for her to be. she has behavior problems and a grandmother and brother that dont help too much with self esteem. im on the other end of the spectrum. i weigh..well alot and my thing is i dont get hungery, never really have. but i eat. ive i only ate when i was hungery it would be every couple of days. ive gone to a nutritionist and asked for help. they wont touch her cause shes only 9, not 15. they wont even look at her at the diebets clinic cuase she doesnt have diebets or a teen. they tell me to take care of it but if i dont i dont know how to do it, how am i supposed fix something i dont know how. when i talk to her about her weightm she tears up and lowers her eyes like a beat dog but not even 5 minutes later shes eating again. i dont get it.
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From nikki, Child's Age 13 - 05/20/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
my daughter used to be chubby but then she started to loose weight. Now she is starting to gain even more than before. She weighs more than me and she even weighs more than her dad. After 2 years of gaining she gianed 245 pounds. Right now she weighs 398 pounds. She keeps complaining about her weight but she won't stick to a diet and reefuses to exercise or anything. All she does is eat and watch t.v. I don't know what to do with her. She keeps gaining and for dinner last night she ate half a pizza pie, a whole family size baked ziti and 2 penne alla vodka. for dessert she had half a cake and then when she got home she was still hungry so she ate 2 big bowls of cereal. Then when she went to bed she had to put on her pj and they ripped as she bent down to pink up her laptop. I really need help
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From Sana, Child's Age 6 - 05/09/12 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hi. My 5 years 8 months old daughter has 70 pound, I am starting really worried about her health. She has very good appetite. Some times I mad to her for she eating brothers left food. Than I worried for to telling to her she is fat and will be fat. Is it ok or not ?
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