Would you get liposuction?

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Would you get liposuction?

mp3me mp3me
My gfs been struggling with weight issues, i tell and show her i love her regardless but she insists on getting lipo...
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yes
9  (41%)
no
7  (32%)
not sure
6  (27%)
Total votes: 22
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12/22/2012
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Bleu Bleu
No. I would rather work out. It's harder than just letting someone suck out fat but it's easier to keep off the fat once you've gotten to the ideal weight since you know what it takes and exercise is good for mind and body.

Lipo is the most expensive lazy way out. Oh, and nasty scars can be a downside. You don't get that SUPER sexy body without doing some cardio and lifting some weights.
12/22/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
My wife worries about her weight as well. She has never talked about lipo - but a neighbor had it done and it seemed to work out OK. She's a doctor's wife - so I'm sure that she went to one of the better practitioners.

I'd be worried about finding a skilled surgeon that we could afford. All things considered, I'd advise my wife against doing it. But if she insisted, I'd have to support her.
12/22/2012
Claire-Bear Claire-Bear
No. There are very few people that stop at just one surgery when it's for cosmetic reasons. Once you open that door, it's difficult to close it. This advice is from personal experience (breast augmentation).

Peace comes from within. Maybe she should see a therapist first before making a final decision. You're a great and lovely partner.
12/22/2012
Voir Voir
It it came to - being obscenely overweight and working out / eating healthy wasn't cutting it then yes. I dislike body fat in large amounts - beauty is within sure but I am a very visual, aesthetic person and if I don't like what I see I'll try to change it... preferably in a natural method rather than medical e_e because i hate hospitals and don't trust surgeons.
12/22/2012
Living Doll Living Doll
No. I can't bring myself to go under the knife for anything that's not medically necessary.
12/22/2012
Freyja9 Freyja9
Quote:
Originally posted by mp3me
My gfs been struggling with weight issues, i tell and show her i love her regardless but she insists on getting lipo...
If I had money, I would get it. Cosmetic surgery is fine in my opinion. Also, a woman's comfort level with her weight is more about how she sees herself, it's not something caused by your lack of loving her enough. So don't feel like you've somehow caused it. In my personal opinion, the most supportive thing would be to tell her that you love her the way she is but that you support her decision either way I had my breasts augmentated and that's what my partner told me.
12/22/2012
lovelylolaa lovelylolaa
I already got my free consultation now im waiting for my income taxes to start the procedure
12/22/2012
wwwww wwwww
As much as I'd love to get it I don't think I could. I have a really bad phobia of being rendered unconscious for medical procedures. I hyperventilate and end up panicking.
12/22/2012
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I'd rather work hard at losing the weight and getting surgery to remove the loose skin than to get lipo.
12/22/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by mp3me
My gfs been struggling with weight issues, i tell and show her i love her regardless but she insists on getting lipo...
It may make her feel good. Our daughter is finishing residency as plastic surgeon and she tells us stories of how small alterations can bring some people such comfort and personal confidence. One woman was working out and dieting till she was rail skinny, but still had "under arm wings". Flaps that embarrassed her, and really effected her life. She didn't want to go out, get dressed up...etc. A little nip and tuck trim and this woman is like a new person. Her husband wrote my daughter and her "chief" a glowing letter of thanks for his new, "confident" wife (he never saw the physical issue...SHE did). Later his wife wrote them a wonderful letter of thanks as well. If your GF really wants this lipo, it should be because she wants it. If she wants it that bad, then your job is to be supportive of her choice. It is, of course, her body and her choice.
12/22/2012
StayceeO StayceeO
Quote:
Originally posted by mp3me
My gfs been struggling with weight issues, i tell and show her i love her regardless but she insists on getting lipo...
Absolutely if I could afford it.
12/22/2012
Awux Awux
Quote:
Originally posted by mp3me
My gfs been struggling with weight issues, i tell and show her i love her regardless but she insists on getting lipo...
Absolutely not. I'd much rather work out and diet rather than pay so much money.
12/22/2012
Rossie Rossie
No, I don't need any liposuction. What I need is a tummy-tuck, but I don't wear bikinis or bare my lower waist (except in front of my hubby), so it doesn't bother me much.
12/22/2012
kdlt kdlt
" i tell and show her i love her regardless but she insists on getting lipo"

It's nothing to do with you, 99% sure. It's her perception of her body. And if she honestly wants lipo, try to be supportive because it's her body and her decision. And yes, I would get lipo if I felt that I needed it and had the money and recovery time.
12/22/2012
Meltingfish Meltingfish
Probably not. I don't think plastic surgery is worth it unless it is medically necessary.
12/22/2012
nikki0668 nikki0668
I'm not sure if I would have it done or not.
12/22/2012
ginnyluvspotter ginnyluvspotter
If I had the money then yes I would
12/22/2012
RonLee RonLee
As Ginnyluvspotter said, if I had the money, I certainly would.
After all I'm inherently lazy so why not!
12/23/2012
Total posts: 19
Unique posters: 19