I went to the doctors today for a routine check up and they of course weighed me. I was trying to be a bit more modest today than I normally am during the summer, because I hate having physicals in revealing clothing. I therefore was wearing bagging gym pants and a top. My BMI came up as 25 and the doctor informed me I was overweight. She told me I should work on making healthy choices and try to loose about ten pounds.
I explained to her that I was really all muscle (this she could not see) and couldn't possibly be overweight via a health issue. She said that might be it but to still make healthy choices. I DO make healthy choices. The only things I eat over the summer are tomato sandwiches and berries and chicken and cereal because that's what I have here. I came home and got naked and looked at myself and really don't see where I can lose weight. My breasts aren't going anywhere (32FF) and my hips have ALWAYS been there. Even when I was a teenager. I've always been an hourglass. I can't make them go away anymore than I can wish my hands away and my legs are muscular, as in, they move, the muscles show.
My mother (who has her own concerns) was very flippant about it and even mocked me. I really lost it. I took three laxatives and now am worrying that I've overdosed. Does anyone know what I should do?
I'm sorry if this seems silly but I get so frustrated with doctors telling me I need to do this and that and I'm not healthy enough at the moment in this respect, etc, etc.
Also, my current stats aren't correct.