44 thoughts on “These 3 People Went To Mexico For Weight-Loss Surgery And Now They Regret It | Megyn Kelly TODAY

  1. Thats why u dont go to other countrys , u people are so dumb thats why u rearch it first, good luck on the lawsuit it be hard in that country

  2. 14:18 im sorry… what? this woman is blaming the doctors, while even though what they did is horrible, shes mega dumb for not doing her research. sad, stupid lady.

  3. I had a friend that went through this. She made it to San Diego and ended up in the hospital. She was there 5 months.

  4. So how is Jessica Ballandby one year later? How about a followup report! I'm sure viewers would like to know IF she is any better than on May 24, 2018

  5. WHY DO AMERICANS HAVE TO GO MEXICO TO BE BUTCHERED BY MEXICAN'S WITH A SCALPEL.

    WHY CAN'T AMERICAN TAX PAYERS HAVE UNIVERSAL HEALTH-CARE . THIS IS SHAMEFUL .ALL THE TAXES WE PAY TO LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY ,THE #1 COUNTRY IN THE WORLD ,BUT THIS IS THE REALITY OF OUR SITUATION .AS A AMERICAN TAX PAYER BECAUSE OF GOVERNMENT ,AND THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION FOR CHARGING WAY TO MUCH FOR THEIR SERVICES.. SHAMEFUL ,PAINFULLY SHAMEFUL.

  6. It does not matter where you get surgery done, this happens and everywhere. My mom got surgery done in Mexico and everything came out fine.

  7. Should have done research, there are great doctors in Mexico but y'all probably went for cheapest and cheapest isn't best, you really get what u pay for!

  8. There are risks to any type of surgical procedure no matter where you get it done. I know a few people who have gone to Mexico to go under the knife for different procedures, and the surgery went well, the aftercare was great, and they are perfectly fine now. The difference between them and the three individuals on this panel, is most likely research. You've gotta even research your medical providers in the US!

  9. That's just anti latino propaganda. I went under roux-en-y gastric bypass in the Mexican northern region with one of the world's best surgeons. It isn't about if the doctors are Mexican or not, it is about having a board certified doctor. I'm here to talk anyone willing to undergo bariatric surgery in Mexico, it's the best decision you'll ever made.

  10. Fear mongering..I’m getting WLS and my Insurance is covering it..it was a 1 year process..most insurance cover it now vs the cost of managing an obese individual ..if it’s not possible for you, thousands of people have successful surgery over seas if you do the research. It’s called due diligence. Making decisions in desperation and impatience leads to these issues here and abroad

  11. Please, U.S. citizens, fight for an affordable and humane healthcare system in order not to feel forced to leave the country, get surgery and come back only to be home unsupervised by any doctor with whom you can clear out any doubts about the aftercare.

  12. Complications happen everywhere !
    Bariatric surgery is a huge surgery every where you go, if you go to mexico it is the patients responsibility to go through the psychiatric evaluation PRIOR to the surgery, read MANY books on how this surgery COMPLETELY changes your life dramatically.
    I work as a nurse in the USA we see complications ALL THE TIME.
    This lady said this is cosmetic? Is not cosmetic , most insurances cover this surgery you just have to go through the long process prior to the full approval.

  13. It's called learn what to eat and use portion control. I don't feel sorry for then… McDonald's and soda I'm sure. America is fat in general…lose the weight naturally by not stuffing your fat 🍑

  14. Another way to lose weight is racing.. But maybe it's expensive. Formula 1 drivers like Hamilton say in just a race they lose up-to 20

  15. Hey, you go to another country for your surgery, deal with the complications. But no, come back to the US and want our doctors to deal with your issues. No sympathy here.

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