That Last Little Bit

I am only about 10 lbs over my normal weight range.  I have only managed to shed this weight once in my adult life and it was torture.  I was tired and weak all of the time from dieting.  I was also miserable because I was missing all of the food and drink I really enjoy.  I love cola's and pasta.  Those are probably what's keeping the weight on.  But if I could get about 20 lbs taken off by lipo then I would be in the middle of my weight range.  Or a tummy tuck would be nice.  And if I ever shelled out the mad cash to get that done, I know that I would have the drive to keep it going.  What's the point of getting it done if I'm just going to jump back to the original weight anyway?
theophania theophania
22-25, F
3 Responses Feb 26, 2007

OK this is what I recommend:<br />
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I did went through a lipo but I feel so stupid now that I did that because a few months before going through the liposuction I made myself go into a discipline that will keep my body always in shape and I did that 4 months before my liposuction. Then when the time came I was loosing so much weight and looking great but I still got the lipo because I was decided to do it. Is just now that I realized that thanks to my discipline and diet I could've achieved my goal I just needed to be a little more patient and then after the lipo I just learned about these bodyshapers from Vedette (you can google them) and try them and let me tell you something: " I GOT AN AMAZING SHAPE" yeah even after the lipo I was able to loose more inches on my waist and legs and it was just for $35 BUCKS!! when I had to pay so much $$$ for the lipo anyway I'm so happy with my body right now but if I could rewind my life and do it again I would just follow my diet and exercise routine (only 20 minutes of walking 3 days a week) and that great vedette bodyshapewear I could've saved so much more but even if I got a lipo I don't really recommend it there are cheaper ways to get in shape and if you are not strong enough to deal with that then that means that after the lipo you will get your old body back to the way it was before the lipo...

I think what you need is an octopus for a friend to wrap its suckers around you and its cheaper too.

don't waste your money. Most people that get Lipo put the weight back on by the end of the 1st year - definitely within 5 years. Losing weight and keeping it off requires a life style change through proper eating and exercise. If you are not willing to do that to begin with to lose the weight the Lipo won't really work either.