have you had anyone else check your bodyfat? because calipers, while one of the more accurate methods of measuring bodyfat, have a pretty great user error margin of error. it's possible that you figured it out and are excellent at using it, but it's also possible that you aren't using them correctly. and based on where you want to be in terms of bodyfat i would say you are female, and i would also say that most females tend to run pretty heavily on the side of err not in our favor when it comes to where we are. in other words, if you're on the line at all, you're a little more likely to err in the side of measuring higher bodyfat than you have. and i'm not trying to single you out at all, just noting that most women skew things like this out of their favor. and i do it too. so having an accurate and independent verification of this can help.
secondly, with so little weight to lose and fat being more of a focus than a number on the scale, how close are you eating to your maintenance calories? and have you been making sure that your calories burned is accurate for what you do on a weekly basis? because you shouldn't be eating more than a few hundred cals off of where you maintain. 500 off per day is probably too high for you. which means you're looking more in the range of half a pound a week [250 cals a day], which means that unless you're scale is quite accurate, it's going to take a bit to see progress.
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