# Weight chart kilo to pounds

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5 or so mg per kg of body weight. Generally, I think you want to be over 15. Divide your weight in lbs by 2.2 to get kg. 165/2.2 = 75kg 75kg X 15.5 = 1,162.5 mg or supposing you were taking 800 mg for 165 lbs: 165/2.2 = 75kg 800kg/75kg = 10.6 (quite a bit outside of our 13.3 - 15.
When I had gym, and we did two mile runs (and trust me I ran), I gained weight, about 5 pounds at first, so I worked harder to try and loose it, and a few more pounds came on, and I always had water after, and the weight wouldn't go away. I am stuck! Thats why I read this question, because I thought I was the only one! But I am not, and I need to know what to do...
I gained 7 pounds since I started treatment and the Clinic I go said it would be of no benefit to increase the Riba after UD status is acheived
(1 kilo = 2.2 pounds. So take your weight in pounds and divide it by 2.2. That is your weight in kilos. Then divide the dose you are taking by your weight in kilos.) Discuss with your doctor if you may raise your ribavirin dose. That is the recommendation I have heard of in cases like yours. Here is a link from the German magazine "Hepatitis & More" for hepatologists. In the middle of the last page is a chart which suggests a new consensus for treatment regime of geno 1.
Can anyone clarify for me dose to body weight? I started on 5 january with my weight a fraction over 85kg and was instructed to take 1000mg Ribavirin daily, 2 caps morning and 3 caps eves. My Interferon dose on the Viraferon peg pen was 4.5 and I was told to reduce this week to 4.0 as my weight has dropped to 84.1kg. Everything I have read so far seems to indicate that I should be on the full 1200mg ribavirin.
7 kilos) I may be wrong but the ideal dose is 13 to 15 mg per kilo, at least until reaching UND. Someone may want to check my calcs and comment on whether 12.28 mg/kilo is or isn't weight-based. It's close to 13 but not within range. I know Rain is on more riba than you and seems to be hanging in there pretty well. 1400 mg would put you at 14.32 mg/kilo, less than I was prescribed (17.5 mg/kilo). Trin takes even more and is on a 72 week tx program.
I seaked the advice of a naturopath to use it to my advantage because I had about 80 pounds to lose. I see him every Friday and since then, I have lost 43 pounds...:-) It has not been difficult. It seems like he weight is coming off on its own now. I don't crave anything. I'm hoping to reach my goal by January. I'm not worried about the holidays because I have been turned off all food and I don't think it will be difficult to continue following what the naturopath has told me to do. By the way.
Boy it's a hard drug. I've gained about 7 kilo about 15.5 pounds and tons of zits. I never had 1 zit durring puberty. I am on 75 mg imuran and another word for Losec is Omepradex 40 mg per day. When did you start with all this?
Sandy Grace is not ready to leave us-she continues to try-we try for her twenty-four hours a day. Is there any over the counter medication that I can give her that will help with her vomiting? We love her so much and she loves us so much-my husband and I feel like we will know when she is ready to go.
I also posted a link to it in our old thread to make it even easier for everyone else to find. @wishin42...I had something similar happen to me after getting BFN last week. A friend of my husband told us his wife was pregnant. For a few minutes I was really sad, but then I told myself almost the same thing you did...it will happen for me too! Btw: You wouldn't drive me nuts. I taught developmental special ed for 8 years before moving into IT, so it takes a lot to drive me nuts...lol.
This is my first post, I've been reading this forum for about a month now, reading about evetything from how to cure scabies to mites. I'm 27 years old, live in Dallas Texas and here is my story... First, we've always had a fly problem at every house we go to. You know, the little fruit fly looking things. However, we're not big fruit eaters and don't have any out. They seem to love the trash and the sink (different fly?).