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

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Megyn Kelly TODAY welcomes Jessica Ballandby, Justin Blackburn and Carson Miller, all of whom traveled to Mexico to save money on weight-loss surgery. Now they have filed suit over the results. Shortly after her surgery, “I looked down at the bed and it looked it was a murder scene,” Ballandby says.
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These 3 People Went To Mexico For Weight-Loss Surgery And Now They Regret It | Megyn Kelly TODAY

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Harari Stewart says:

Should have gone to Colombia

Marce Lata says:

A CERTIFIED Bariatric Surgeon in Mexico is not that cheap. They should have done all the research and not have done it for them by the recruiters they are suing now. I think they were lazy and they are paying the consequences. Do your homework, searching the web for doctors is free!!!

154angel154 says:

My intermittent fasting is my go for weight loss!!!

154angel154 says:

Just FOOLISH!!!

Ashley Maria says:

The surgery is covered if you're a Canadian. You can come to Canada to get the surgery you need a referral to get it covered under o hip.

SniperRose says:

Her face looks dead

2Bdiscovered says:

AWW, WHITE TRAILER TRASH FOLK WENT FOR A CHEAP FIX AND GOT WHAT THEY DESERVED.

Kathy Allzem says:

Treating the addiction=pain seems harder for most than the surgery, complications, $, later plastic surgery. Then the 2nd surgery. What's the cause of the addiction? Treat that. Your mind & body will appreciate it.

shyvixx100 says:

Rich country problems

Queen Cee says:

I know some people that had surgery in Mexico that had no complications plus people die from weight loss surgery in the US

Beca Snowflake says:

I feel bad for this people but Kelly you are completely byes. There’s many people that have surgery in Mexico and most don’t have this bad results. I cared for a patient here in the stated in a subacute place. She went in for weight loss and ended up with us for a blood clot that was not detected here in the USA

Winnie Bryant-Jones says:

1. Most insurance covers weight loss surgery if you are more than 100 pounds overweight. HMO & PPO. 2. Everyone talks of excruciating pain after weight loss surgery (and most of those types of major surgery) 3. More and more US doctors are moving from Lap Band necause of complications. It is not a Mexican thing.

childskoerner says:

They were not that overweight! Diet and sports! Geez! It’s cheaper too!

John Duffy says:

And NEVER has a bad surgery happened in the US! lol

lbdori says:

That's all scare tactic… Lots of people in the US file malpractice suits because of botched bariatric surgeries.. The Dr's in Mexico are as good as any..There will be problems wherever you go.. The US just hates to see the money being spent elsewhere.. 🙂

Autumn Ouimette says:

The 2 men are talking about the Lap band. It's already been shown that even in the U.S there have been complications. It's not good that this happened to them but they knew the risk when they had surgery.

Aqua Juwel says:

Americans must understand that there are no quick fix, eat less and exercise more, that’s all….

S. Holmes says:

My friend went and got a tummy tuck in Mexico. Her scar looked like someone stabbed her and dragged the knife across her stomach. I thought she had a c section but it was the surgery. The scar was huge and like right across her stomach

CRIZZIEE says:

I don't think they were that big. Especially for weight loss surgery. But, everyone is different I guess

IRONMAN says:

BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉
BECAUSE MALPRACTICE NEVER EVER HAPPENS IN THE USA!!!!!! 😉

Bianca A says:

250 lbs? 300lbs? Not trying to be harsh but how about just diet and exercise? These people are lazy to me. Some people who are morbidly obese lose all the weight alone. I know how hard it is by the way, I am currently on my own weight loss journey

Sontia Colvin says:

Why get surgery when you can work to get the weight off??

Daughter of Zion says:

They are all stupid blaming everyone for trying to get cheap surgery. I feel nothing for anyone who goes to different countries and get cheap surgery

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