Okay, this may sound like a bizarre thing to be worried about, but I very much am. I have some weight issues, I'm overweight. Not 300 lbs. or anything, but definitely not as fit as I'd like to be. I'm in the process of trying to lose weight, but anyone who has ever had weight problems understands it isn't easy. The thing is, I know all about what is good to eat and what isn't, calories in/calories out, excercise. Heck, I could probably write a book about how to lose weight healthily. But it's a SLOW process. I'm very worried about going through the application process overweight. I've looked at pictures of students at different medical schools and have yet to see a SINGLE overweight female. Overweight males, yes, but no women. I know it is frowned upon to not be in the best health if you want to be a doctor, but I AM in good health. Great blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. I excercise. I eat healthy for the most part. I just hate the idea that because I'm not thin I might not be accepted into medical school. Anyone else facing this or have input into admissions and weight?