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    can i be refused an operation on nhs for prolapse due to obesity, 14 stone female





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    Hello dear Iam Rezhin from Wolverhampton : Iam msc student. I have a pcos(polycystic ovarian syndrome ) Iam suffer from obesity , does any cure for that?





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    Hi, please can you explain how you can do the same diet that they do in the three month 'lock down' for the woman in her fifties who had a hernia and lipoma with morbid obesity? I would like to try doing this myself at home and would like to buy the shakes myself but don't know what ones to buy.





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    Hi, I am 18 and I have a buried penis. It is so small that every girl I have had a sexual encounter with has laughed. I am really skinny so it can't be related to obesity. Is it curable or are there any exercises I can do?





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    mate mines under 3 cm somtimes it goes iunwards

    Mate, mine is barely an inch. I work in banking and regularly have to take showers with colleagues after a game of squash, you can imagine my embarrassment!

    I am obese and heading towards morbid obesity and need ideally to lose 6 stone. I am 51, my height is 5' 4" and I weigh approx. 15st 8lbs. Is there a way of losing that much weight without it resulting in loose flabby skin ?





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    The Hypno-Band is a very successful method that uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Hypnotherapy. Using those methods we help the client change their behaviours and habits related to eating and also use the "Mind/Body" connection to fit a "virtual gastric band" which enables the client to eat less and feel full more quickly.

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    hi my names bethany im 16 years old and have suffered with obesity since my first period ive tried more or less every club possible but non of them seem to have worked due to my weight i have become servilely depressed my confidence levels are so low its hard for me to go out as well whatever i do i still do not seem to loose any weight please can you help me thank you





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    Hi all, what can I do about my daughters obesity? She used to be a well proportioned teenager but since living with her partner she is now close to 17st+ and it's destroying her self esteem/confidence. Her partner eats consistently on junk food and I'm convinced thats the problem. However, they do love each other and have a wonderfull 3 year old son. I did suggest that she saw her GP,and she claims that she went but there was nothing they could do. If I persist remarking about my concerns for her health she just get's annoyed. It really kills me inside to see her like this. Gratefull for any help. John.





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    I think your doughter need to go back to gp and ask to see psycologist. there is a reason why she eats, experts can help. dont leave it too late, I am the same now I have 3 year old and a heart condition

    I am 30 years old I have fought with obesity my whole life. I was 26 stone at my heaviest. I have worked very very hard to lose the weight with no pills or help at all, I am now down to 15 stone and I am losing more every week. However I have lots of extra skin. Its to the point that I would prolly be very close to my idea weight if the skin was removed. Is there anything I can do to tone the skin up, I already get plenty of activity and exersize. I get horible rashes and boils and other skin blisters from all the skin. and frankly I'd almost rather be fat then have this skin and the sores and problems it causes. what can be done?





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    Hi, I really feel for you. I am going through the same thing, not as bad though. I was 19.5 stone and now down to 12.5 stone. I am probably too thin it's just the excess skin keeping my weight up. I am have started doing weights for the last 5 months, 4 times a week, and have been watching my diet, eating lots of protein. I have seen some improvements, but very very slowly. I am going to keep at it til next August to give it every chance of succeeding, but it is a struggle as everyday I think I am going crazy. I have never gone to the beach my whole life, never taken my top off in front of anyone. I can't even have a girlfriend. I hope the exercise works, if not I will go for the surgery as I have to get rid of it. I hope you find a an answer. But I think it is surgery to get rid of the excess skin. keep working on it.

    Im 48 and also been fighting obesity all my life. I was 21stone 6ft tall. I got down to 12 1/2 stone and was going to the gym all the time. Going to the gym will certainly tone you up but you would have to put on loads of muscle to hide loose skin and then you have to have the right genetic build for it! I even considered illegally using steroid injections to weight train, but because I had slimmed to be healthy I thought pumping myself full off lethal crap was contradictory to what I set out to do in the first place. My view is I can either stare at my loose skin or stare at my scars from plastic surgery. What I can't stare at is a lean healthy weight body without scars or either loose skin sadly. But at least I will live to see my kids grow up.

    I started gaining weight at 12 yrs old, but despite constant pleas for help to doctors, dietitians & specialists I was only diagnosed with PCOS at 36yrs old....by which time I was nearly 22 stone in weight. I then had a 3 year fight with the PCT to agree the funding for the gastric band surgery to loose the weight. Now 2 and a half years later I've lost 8.5 stone. What it has now left me with is a mass over excess skin, and a large overhang of stomach skin. I have arthritis in both knees, and have been told they won't give me replacements for at least another 15years. The way the excess skin overhangs makes a huge difference to the way I walk, and therefore the pain and difficulty in my arthritic knees...... yet the PCT have refused the funding for any operations to help with the excess skin removal. On your programme I've seen people sent for these skin removal operations, and on this site you say the NHS will pay for this but there might be a few years on a waiting list. So my question is why are some people given the help they need, while others like myself are not? What can I do in my situation..... I am desperate as this problem not only affects my self-esteem (which after years of obesity and bullying is so low anyway), and it affects my physical health and daily pain.





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    I have put this question in Obesity as I have read a similar question but cannot find an revelant category for my own. Seven years ago I had a hysterectomy from excessive fibroids and endometriosis, and 18 months ago a double OOphorectomy due to PCOS.For the second op, the intention was that the previous bikini scar would be used, however whilst in theatre, due to the amount of endometriosis, it was found neccesary to make an abdominal incision. While I am estatic to be almost pain free and with a good recovery, I am left with a protuding and hanging lower abdomen, with a heavy apron of fat which overhangs a (now) very fatty pubis. The apron protudes through my clothes and when I am sitting, I can feel it resting on my thighs, and there is a very tight feeling like a tight waistband under the apron, and a pulling feeling in my sides which feels like I am carrying a pregnancy! The skin between the second scar is very loose and very thin. I have never been obese, although I may be considered slightly over weight at 5'4" and ten and a half stone, size 12/14, a weight I am happy at. The rest of me is slimmish, and I go to the gym twice a week, and swim once a week and nothing makes any difference. It is affecting me in many ways, catching sight of it depresses me, I only wear baggy oversized clothes and it is at the point were I am reluctant to be seen naked by my partner. I have seen the doctor about this and he says that it is just a side effect of my ops, and, with no offence to anyone, he also said that because I have never been obese and it was a side effect of losing weight, the chances of having corrective surgery on the NHS is nil. Is there any other options for me?





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    I was interested to watch this week's show featuring Derbyshire and its obesity problem. Oness on weight gain is an individual's responsibility and diet greatly affects weight. However the show failed to mention that it may not all be an individual's fault. There is a high incidence of thryoid problems in this county owing to its distance from the sea resulting in low iodine levels (commonly referred to as Derbyshire neck - goiters). Coupled with the law of halogen displacement, where iodine is replaced by fluoride and chlorine (both in our water supply, toothpaste and salt) residents in this county could well have serious issues around their weight and metabolic rates. The addition of both these halogens into our bodies by the water treatment plants and government could play a contributory role in the rise of obesity. The pursuit of good teeth and bug free water may lead to higher levels of obesity in the UK population as a whole. Is this another example of the law of unintended consequences?





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    I have been feeling so unwell for a long time,i have had my thryoid tested so may time's iv'e lost count,my GP told me i was at the lower end and i have all the simtoms of an underactive thryoid but not enough to be treated.I asked if i was tested for T3 and thryoid anti bodys i was told the don't do that if reading is what they call normal.I even said i would pay for the test my GP told me that there was no point.I am so fed up i'm feel i'm alive but not living.Don't know what to do next.

    What medication was Jenny prescribed for pcos/obesity on the show mon 17/10/11?





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    Being under weight is just as dangerous as obesity. 18 years of bulimia and anorexia have left me with a number of health conditions that are now irreversible.





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    Being under weight is just as dangerous as obesity. 18 years of bulimia and anorexia have left me with a number of health conditions that are now irreversible.





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    Im nearly 13 and i have been over weight since i was 7, I have been to the doctors and I haven't got a problem. I was wondering if you could recomend a diet or maybe a club local to me where other teenagers are suffering from obesity like me. Please help me.





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    hi im 27 and a mother of two i suffer from depression and also obesity. im 5f 3 andweigh around 12stone im ok with exercise but seem to rely on food as a comfort and this is making me fat and miseribal.





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    Am Kyla 34 and having problems with my weight. I have had 3 C-Section in the past, l still look pregnant, my problem is central obesity really, l have tried all sorts of diets and others. I always lose few pounds but not around my stomach. l need your help





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    Are the genetic tests for the fat gene available to the general public? I'm setting up an Obesity Prevention and Weight Management Service and could see this kind of information being invaluable.





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    Hiya, I am a 14 year old lad nearly 15 and i suffer extremely badly from obesity. I weigh from 20 to 21 stones and hate myself. I am currently on a massive diet and am struggling to cope with over 30 mins exercise i want to know what you think?? Thanks





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    I am 19 and am studying Nursing at university i am overweight at 19.8lbs and i am not able to cope with obesity no more, I have trien diets and reductila d xzenical but to no success. I am very nervous of having a suddent MI and my GP is not very helpful..





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    I have been concerned that the answer to obesity and it's related issues on the programme seems to be surgery, as opposed to dietary advice which would cost less than surgery.





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    Dietary advise wouldnt work for all. Im presently obese due to being sedentry as i have bad arthritus and need two new knee caps. Ive been turned down for weight loss surgery though my bmi is 50 and i can hardly walk. I would love to go on the programme but would be to embarrassed so suffer in silence .

    since i give birth for my 3 kids,my breast fall down and i don't want to go to the kinfe.i'm 21 yr.and i got strech mark on my tommmy and big body(obesity),i hate my body.pls can you help.THANKS





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    I too had finally seen some results with this product after a life time of obesity. they took off the market because of high risk with strokes and possible heart problems - so what does being obese do surely if your being monitored regualy by gp they could just be extra careful?

    I come to find out there are many causes for the human body to sweat more then it needs to meaning ur armpits, ur feet ur palms forehead or sometimes even crotch areas, sometimes it could be a mental thing or even obesity, or even OCD and diabetes there are many treatments for it u can do something about it so dont worry





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    Does this obesity lower fatty skin include women as well. Maybe after losing a lot of weight or may have been on a high dose of cancer meds. which may have altered the shape of the stomach over the amount of years taking this medication.





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    hi i am 16 and weigh 11 stone i fell that i have obesity!! i have been with my boyfriend for 2years and i still worry about being naked in front of him because of two resons 1. i have strech marks on my stomach,arms and legs and 2. i fell that i am really fat please help me !!!!





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    I have just been watching your show about obesity. I have recently lost 8 stone (and have kept it off for 10 months so far) and have quite a bit of excess skin. I asked my GP about a tummy-tuck, and if I was eligle for this on the NHS. I was told that I cannot get this done unless I go privately. I cannot afford this, and I'm now very upset to see that it IS still available on the NHS... Is this part of the 'postcode lottery', and is there any way I can get this operation done without having to go private? Thank you...





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    I too have lost over 7 stone and went to my doctor to see what exercise I could be doing to reduce the excess skin. As I am only 32 and don't particularly want surgery, I thought there would be an alternative answer. I just got told that they would not be referring me for cosmetic surgery (which I did not want anyway) and then sat while the doctor 'googled' excess skin and exercise? I have done all this myself but really need someone to point me in the right direction who knows the best exercise regimes. It has just really annoyed me to watch this first episode and see a young woman being told that if she loses some more weight, she can have the surgery. Why is there no-one encouraging exercise first? If surgery is my only option then why can someone who goes on TV get referred but not me? Very annoyed!

    My girlfriend is 25 and she is 5'5''. She is over weight and she looks very big. I tried to ask and discuss her many times but she always refused saying its sensitive issue to her. I don't know how to come over her weight and obesity issue. I am so stressed because of that and I am loosing my attraction towards her.





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    my bmi is 54 im age 42 been overweight all my life since primary school now i have type 2 diabetas - bursitus in knee- very very low self esteem - bouts of depression- self harm issues just started slimming club single parent to a 7 year who has A D H D so i need more engery and need to live longer if the obesity dont kill me the self harming will xx





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    Yes, we have poor circulation problems in our family and I have suffered from varicose veins and haemorrhoids from my early twenties. But obesity and a very sedentary lifestyle from my forties onwards didn't help. I still wear my support stockings and try to keep active. I am also still trying to lose another stone or two . . . but it is soooo hard! Thank you for your kind comments.

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