How to get rid of this blob hanging in front of me? (Photos)
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Body rejuvenation options
You are an ideal candidate for a body lift procedure down the track. You will achieve the best aesthetic results from surgery if you are at your ideal goal weight. This will help with your diabetes and in turn help to minimise the risks associated with surgery.
250 Pounds & Miserable - What Can I Do?
I think human beings, in general, need short terms goals with promise of a reward at the end, i.e. bariatric surgery. I am convinced that significantly overweight people don't get there because they want to get there. Whether it is a genetic predisposition or environmental pressure, I am sure you wouldn't be overweight if you can help it, therefore I am sure you can't help it. Bariatric surgery has proven to be a relatively safe great way of losing up to 100 pounds or more.
Once you have lost that weight and are stable in your new reasonable weight, there will be a lot less back pain and probably little to no diabetes. At that point, I suggest you seek consultation with one of the amazing Board Certified plastic surgeons in Tennessee. Post bariatric cosmetic surgery is very sophisticated today, and if you do your part to include picking the right plastic surgeon, you have a great chance of having an amazing body and a new life.
You go girl!
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Thanks for your photos and question. Most people go to surgery for the easiest fix. As a surgeon, I think this was as well. In your case, however, I feel that safe and appropriate weight loss is your best FIRST answer. Once you are closer to your ideal weight, I then recommend you speak to a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon for a full and thorough evaluation. He or she will discuss your medical issues, including diabetes, and what your best surgical options are. I hope this help and I wish you all the nest with your road to body transformation.
How to get rid of this blob hanging in front of me?
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