If you are referring to weight-reduction surgery there are many things to consider. If a person is considering such, he/she should consult his/her healthcare provider to discuss the risks, benefits and feasibility of such. Not everyone is a candidate for surgery and it's important to be informed, even seeking second-opinions.
Not only are your options very unsafe, but they are also 100% ineffective in the absence of a proper eating lifestyle.
The interesting thing is that if you learn to have a proper eating lifestyle then you have no need for the surgical option, regardless of how obese you are.
In the race to get down to a healthy weight, eating properly is the winner by a mile.
More information at http://midsectionfat.org/quickest-way-to-lose-fat/
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