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I've just got back from visiting my Mum in hospital.

Whilst there this evening I over-heard a conversation where someone was talking about a female relative who, wait for this, has just remortgaged in order to pay for a tummy tuck!

I imagine it is a few thousand, and hence it is not a 35K 4x4 BMW, but surely exercise and eating less is the way to go. Oops, I forgot, we live in a "I want it now" society don't we!?

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I've just got back from visiting my Mum in hospital.

Whilst there this evening I over-heard a conversation where someone was talking about a female relative who, wait for this, has just remortgaged in order to pay for a tummy tuck!

I imagine it is a few thousand, and hence it is not a 35K 4x4 BMW, but surely exercise and eating less is the way to go. Oops, I forgot, we live in a "I want it now" society don't we!?

Typical. Treat the symptoms and not the cause. She'll put it all back on.

Access to money is too easy. Sure you can have it now, but you WILL pay for it.

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Typical. Treat the symptoms and not the cause. She'll put it all back on.

Access to money is too easy. Sure you can have it now, but you WILL pay for it.

Thing is the fat cells are removed so it'll be put back on in other places.

Wouldn't want all that going round my heart!!

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but surely exercise and eating less is the way to go.

You are confusing liposuction with a tummy tuck.

The tummy tuck operation is usually performed on people who have lost a lot of weight and have excess skin around the stomach as a result. So it is likely that exercise and eating less has already occurred.

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Typical. Treat the symptoms and not the cause. She'll put it all back on.

Yep - typical fatty. Always looking for the easy solution.

God forbid she should have tried sensible eating and physical activity. :angry:

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Yep - typical fatty. Always looking for the easy solution.

God forbid she should have tried sensible eating and physical activity. :angry:

...not really any such thing as sensible eating now is there.

McDonalds only 3 times a week,along with a pizza on saturday and ready meals from tesco's is supposed to be a balanced diet.

in truth,you do have a point.lots of fat people do have other medical conditions which contribute to fatness(underactive thyroid is quite common)

.....it can be remedied with a change in diet,but the excess has to be worked off!

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Yes, of course - a tummy tuck is the reduction of the skin after the weight has been lost. Apparently there is no other way to get rid of a large amount of unwanted skin. I take it back - poor girl but very brave for going through with it.

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