Hello Fellow Fluffy Members
I was looking into weighlosss surgery and couldn't get past these questions in my brain so I decided this method wasn't an option for me.
If a surgeon tells a patient they have to loss xx number of pounds before they would even considering doing surgery doesn't this say the following(expecially if the patient does lose the pre surgery weight):
1. You can lose weight without surgery
2. Surgeons are making a lot of money of this especially if they ask the patient to loss weight, the patient does and then still offer to do the surgery. Wouldn't it be more ethical for the surgeon and more safe for the patient to say, " Keep on doing what you're doing cause it's working." ?
Anyway, kudos to all of you that have undergone weightloss surgery. I'm sure it wasn't an easy decision.