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  • Manuel discovered a new procedure called liposuction when he was 17 years old. Manuel felt this was the solution he was looking for. He didn’t have to do any diet or exercise. Manuel, who was extremely obese, was considered a good candidate to have liposuction. Manuel thought that this would allow him to have another girlfriend and that he wouldn’t have to alter his eating habits. He was like many overweight Americans. However, he desired the benefits of changing.
    Journal Pediatrics published a study in 2010 that found that 590 teens between 13 and 20 had undergone obesity surgery in California from 2005 to 2007. The complications experienced by teenagers were similar to those of adults, according to the study.

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    The complications included infection, bleeding, lung problems, and kidney failure while in hospital. Although these procedures are supposed to result in permanent weight loss, we don’t know what the future holds for these young people. Manuel wanted it, but his mother was not supportive. His father disagreed, believing that Manual should “start working out” and stop eating so much.
    Manuel was allowed to undergo liposuction. However, the doctor requested a psychological evaluation to see if Manuel had realistic expectations. Manuel believed that the surgery would solve all of his problems. My professional opinion was that Manuel needed to exercise for at least six months to develop positive habits. I knew Manuel loved music, and research indicates that pulsating, high-beats-per-minute songs motivate people to move faster. Manuel agreed to the seven-week program, which would make a huge difference in his life. I expected him to eat less after 8 p.m., and to exercise for at least 30 minutes four days a week. Manuel had to cut down on his evening meals because he ate a lot at night.

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