If you’ve finally lost that excess fat that’s been troubling you for awhile, you may be troubled by a new problem – excess skin. In many cases, skin and tissue fail to contract after weight loss. And that means you’re stuck with loose and hanging skin that no dieting or amount of exercise will remove.
Have you recently undergone significant weight loss? If so, you may also be noticing a change or even loss in breast size. If your reasons for weight loss are celebratory, this can be a bit of a downer. And if the weight loss was not welcome, it can be even more discouraging. Fortunately, breast
Are you sick and tired of working so hard to remove stubborn abdominal fat and excess skin that won’t go away? It’s frustrating. Of course, following a healthy diet and exercising regularly are great ways to maintain your overall health. Still, it can be discouraging when you’re not seeing the results you desire. And maybe
Do you struggle with your weight? Removing excess weight through a surgical procedure such as a tummy tuck or a breast reduction can really help. But if you’ve been told that your body mass index (BMI) measurement is on the higher end, you might be wondering how your BMI affects surgery. Will it make things more
If you recently had bariatric surgery or lost a lot of weight, you know how life-changing it is. You look better. You feel better. Maybe you’ve bought all new clothes. Or perhaps you’re engaged in activities you previously couldn’t do. You feel lighter and more confident. Most importantly, you’re healthier. Yep. For the most part,