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

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  • jay garce
    jay garce 5 時間 前

    Try losing weight the old fashion proven way. Get off you rear and exercise more and stop over stuffing your pie hole. Some insurance will pay for weight loss treatments if your BMI is over a certain amount. Weight loss is not always a cosmetic issue, it can be a health issue as well and insurance should be able to help cover some of the costs.

  • jay garce
    jay garce 5 時間 前

    I am a Vietnam Vet, Is there anyone left in the world besides me that doesn't go around claiming PTSD. Bunch of wussies.
    Medical stories? There are horror stories on surgeries done be American doctors as well, like amputation of the wrong limb. Dental patients that die after going in for a simple dental procedure. Give me a break, incompetence exists in all professions.
    I get all my dental work done in Mexico and have never had any problems. Why pay $1500 for a root canal in the U.S. when I can get it done in Mexico for $250, or get a zirconia crown for $400 instead of a lesser quality porcelain crown for $1000 in the U.S.

  • Danica Sandoval 2
    Danica Sandoval 2 8 時間 前

    Shouldn't put down the doughnut and picked up the kale

  • Macbeth And her demon
    Macbeth And her demon 22 時間 前

    And you get what you pay for why would you pay for they should have made more research before they got it done

  • Princess Kristi
    Princess Kristi 日 前

    This is sad but there are plenty of successful weight loss stories from Mexico. This should be a cautionary tale about weight loss surgery in general. For some people losing weight is harder than others. I've had multiple family members who have had weight loss surgery and all lost massive amounts of weight and they've done well but not all people are as lucky even with doing your research but that always helps especially in this day.

  • Myy Love
    Myy Love 日 前

    I went and it was perfect and they do tell you how you have to take care of yourself and if you don't the doctor tell you this can happen. They don't look bad.

  • Ivana perez
    Ivana perez 日 前

    And they all put themselves in that position because health care is to expensive here in America

  • ItzYaGurl Xoxo
    ItzYaGurl Xoxo 日 前

    Yeah what a bad idea to go to *gasp* MEXICO! How stupid. Don't they know that only bad surgeons are in Mexico?
    Seriously people, there's bad surgeons all over the world. Stop putting the blame on Mexico instead of the surgeons

  • Stormey Danielz
    Stormey Danielz 日 前

    Self control, eat less, exercise

  • Shaneke Hall
    Shaneke Hall 日 前

    Who spotted out Waldo ?

  • eric7boy
    eric7boy 2 日 前

    ¨You assume they are certified¨ ??????? are you kidding? No matter what country you go to get a surgery, you do not ASSUME they are certified. Way to gamble with your lives people. In Mexico we have incredible surgeons, physicians, nurses and healthcare workers that are incredible at what they do like in any other country. You do not SUPPOSE, you do not ASSUME. You do your homework and you review credentials.

  • Christopher Cameron

    MMEEEXXXXIIICCCOOOOOOO GOOOAL GOOOOAL. Bad ideas have bad endings. If Doctors where you live will not do something or say it's unsafe, don't go find someone that will do it. If you have to meet certain criteria before things will work, wait until it's safe. Don't push it, especially if you have children!!!! The lady sounds like she is on a ton of pain meds... My god.

  • Miranda Brooks
    Miranda Brooks 2 日 前

    Who in their frigging right mind would go to Mexico for surgery? You people have to be major stupid. No sympathy.

  • Heather Hillton
    Heather Hillton 2 日 前

    The media just keeps trying to give Mexico a bad rap. Like these things don't happen like this else where?

  • Christine Greer
    Christine Greer 2 日 前

    My friend had gastric bypass in Mexico and was slow to wake from anesthesia due to an internal bleed. She nearly loss her life. Its scary.

  • Elizabeth Watts
    Elizabeth Watts 2 日 前

    Couldn't you lose these amounts of weight without surgery?

  • Smiles
    Smiles 2 日 前

    It's hard to take Megyn Kelly seriously because she looks like she's about to crack a smile at any moment. She would legit be a more entertaining comedic actor than working the Today show trying to play all serious.

  • Ryan Oud
    Ryan Oud 2 日 前

    I’m very grateful that I live in Canada and medical is covered. I can’t imagine going to a hospital or needing care and being turned away.

  • Nicole Odell
    Nicole Odell 3 日 前

    I had VSG done in Tijuana with Dr. Ramos Kelly and it was a great experience! My sister went 5 months later and did it as well.....great experience. More than 2 years post op.

  • Jessica Herrera
    Jessica Herrera 3 日 前

    People talking about Mexico but people die in the states also u just don’t hear about it and they don’t want u to know about it🙄

  • Gioa
    Gioa 3 日 前 +1

    Isn't she that 'Teenage Girl Groupie'?

  • Doge
    Doge 3 日 前

    you get what you pay for.

  • Ashley Penrod
    Ashley Penrod 3 日 前

    My mother lost her spleen due to this surgery, among other issues. My godmother died from horrific complications due to this surgery. I have been hospitalized for a blood transfusion 34 times, due to this surgery.
    I was never told the importance of keeping up with vitamins and CBC checks when I had this surgery. My insurance company covered it, because I was so heavy. I went from 450 pounds to 147 pounds (I am 6'0). Please, if you are considering this, obtain counseling in nutrition and general beforehand. It is so very important. God bless ya'll.

  • SheBad Woman
    SheBad Woman 3 日 前

    This started with the American food industrial complex. The monopolies in place have made most healthy options basically wasteful economically to a person living at or below the poverty line. People are losing weight and having extreme vitamin deficiencies because the really affordable food is like oily flavors of packing peanuts.

  • Crafty MJ
    Crafty MJ 3 日 前

    So 3 white people had a bad experience/ complications post surgery... there are risks with ANY surgery NO MATTER where you get it. (I work in a clinic) and hear about horrible outcomes that happen post surgery to patients HERE IN THE STATES. Again, THERE'S ALWAYS RISKS when it comes to surgery.

  • Baby M
    Baby M 3 日 前

    Why would you ever go to a foreign county for surgery? And Mexico at that? Especially for something like weight loss when all you have to do is cut calories.... and that blonde woman looks like she’s still taking pain medication her pupils are pinned and she seems kinda out of it. But ppl should be able to get safe affordable health care in their own country

  • Ivonn Lopez
    Ivonn Lopez 3 日 前

    Any where in the world you may get botched ! Look for a competent dr .

  • De Parejas
    De Parejas 4 日 前

    Hate Mexicans and want a wall but still go and put your life on Mexicans doctors Americans make no sense

  • Dracule Mihawk
    Dracule Mihawk 4 日 前

    This is propaganda, CAREFUL!!!

  • Katrina Michelle Stephens

    My mom had the gastric bypass surgery in America and she continued losing weight until she couldn't even eat two bites of food. She started out at 220 pounds the reason she had the surgery was because of her diabetes and she was having early sons of kidney failure. She looked terrible she couldn't even walk without help. She died within a year and a half after her surgery. I've had to live without my mom because of this.

  • Goddess Alore
    Goddess Alore 4 日 前

    I'm sorry.. I'd never. And they don't deserve a dollar. That's like going in an alley and expecting someone to know how to take a baby out of me. I'm sorry they should not have been so careless

  • kate medina
    kate medina 4 日 前

    This can happen anywhere !! bad surgery is not exclusive to Mexico or any other country in the world. I had my first cosmetic surgery with a reputable board certified surgeon in Texas and within a few days was in the ER with a terrible infection. After many years I tried again in Mexico and have been back 3 different times for different operations because of how great my results have been. I have also referred many people to my surgeon in Mexico and have had great results.

  • Leslie Gutierrez
    Leslie Gutierrez 4 日 前

    I mean did anyone ever tell them mexico has never been the ideal place to get plastic surgery 🤦🏼‍♀️ don’t blame them that they lured you in ! It’s all over the social media it’s not safe!

  • Familia De5!
    Familia De5! 4 日 前

    All insurances do cover it. You just need a dr that is willing to provide info to request the approval.

  • Familia De5!
    Familia De5! 4 日 前

    I know someone that had surgery here in he states and has very bad complications.

  • Frank Gzz America's Boyfriend

    That's what happens when you're cheap. That's major surgery it just isn't a nose job.

  • Cherie Mcmurry
    Cherie Mcmurry 5 日 前

    i think the issue (please no one take it the wrong way) is 1: they didn’t research properly! people were probably bugs in their ears telling them how, where, and when so they ran with it 2: all 3 of them WEREN’T that big! usually people 350+ get weight loss surgery, and doctors who do their job tell you what you need to do before and after to make the process easy and 3: they used other’s experience! if you noticed all they said was “they didn’t” “she had” “my mother did”
    SURGERY IS DIFFERENT FOR EVERYONE! EACH COUNTRY IS DIFFERENT! we are a first world country with medics advances no offense to Mexico but BE CAREFUL

  • brooklynforever1990

    Oh please. They didn't do enough research and wanted to cut corners. Period. Any basic research on realself.com where people detail at depth about the after affects. Sorry this isn't a Mexico story, its I didn't do enough due diligence.

  • Aseza Msizi
    Aseza Msizi 5 日 前

    Please talk about Korea and Thailand beauty surgery if it's save or not

  • Ashlie
    Ashlie 5 日 前

    I found Waldo

  • Jocelyn Lozano
    Jocelyn Lozano 6 日 前

    I am a proud Mexican and not even I would get surgery in Mexico especially Tijuana. That’s why one needs to do their research first of the clinic and the person during the surgery. Most importantly, Eat healthy, workout properly, be active and you’ll see results but not fast results.

  • MelyEli03
    MelyEli03 6 日 前

    Sorry at 250 pounds you should be able to lose weight on your own. These people is they wanted to be active could of been without surgery. It’s called dealing with the pain and pushing through it. Don’t feel bad at all this is easy fix for something you wanted. Should of went to a gym not taken the easy way out.

  • Erica Swanson
    Erica Swanson 6 日 前

    The woman is obviously on something, probably pain meds from the pain of this surgery

  • Erminia Cargua
    Erminia Cargua 6 日 前 +1

    Quality over quantity. Trust is earned not given.

  • Stormy Girl
    Stormy Girl 7 日 前

    What happened to them in Mexico would be terrifying.
    I feel sorry they had to go through that!!
    Megyn Kelly, how do you keep your figure? Do you eat a lot of Whole Foods? What do you do for exercise?

  • Kalie S
    Kalie S 7 日 前

    I had surgery in Mexico and it was the best thing I have ever done. You can’t just go to any dr, even in the states. You have to research and do your work. I used Dr. Carlos Altamirano and he is amazing. You always speak to him, not a “coordinator” and he has you send him blood work results regularly to monitor you post op.
    You can get a bad dr in the Us also, and my dr actually does a ton of revisions of lapbands that were done in the US and they have eroded into their organs. It’s not a Mexico/US issue.

  • airbornecow1
    airbornecow1 7 日 前

    you get what u paid for.

  • jadelizabethTX8
    jadelizabethTX8 7 日 前

    The words “medical surgery in Tijuana” *IS* the risk and warning, duh. I can’t feel bad for these people.

  • Sara Motalebi
    Sara Motalebi 7 日 前

    what a biased and fake program.

  • Tempress81
    Tempress81 7 日 前

    Do people not know about Tijuana, Mex? I would expect it to be the last place on earth for anyone to go down there to get any form of surgery 🤦🏽‍♀️

  • Jacky Star
    Jacky Star 8 日 前

    They fell prey to their own ignorance.

  • Jacky Star
    Jacky Star 8 日 前

    I've noticed, from my experiences and doctors I've gone to, that doctors in Mexico actually do their work. I've had many medical problems and the doctors here in the US only look to gain money, they don't care about their patients. In Mexico I've been diagnosed and given good medicine in a matter of moments. A fraction of the time than in the US.
    My brother had messed up his knee when playing soccer. The doctors here said there was nothing wrong and they'd sent him to get many tests done. His knee was hurting and we noticed he started developing a soft lump on his knee. We went to Mexico and found out in about a week he needed surgery becasue he messed up his ligaments and tendons.

  • Eileen LeValley
    Eileen LeValley 8 日 前

    Has nothing to do with Mexico. I worked in a major hospital in the U.S. and saw people die from this surgery all the time. Most of them never made it home.

  • StHealthy
    StHealthy 8 日 前

    Jessica appears unwell. Hopefully she gets the help she needs 🙏

  • ladieessence
    ladieessence 8 日 前

    That lady looks like she is on drugs!!

  • Natalie Schutte
    Natalie Schutte 8 日 前

    That woman is messed up on drugs, I wish she would shut up. They should have never allowed her on the show.

  • Trib Ulation
    Trib Ulation 8 日 前

    I lost 30lbs sitting and reading the bible over a month or so :) The world (satan ) only offers you 1/2 healing with surgeries and pills. God is the full heal deal! He healed my mind first then my body! Praise Jesus

  • ONE TWO
    ONE TWO 8 日 前

    Did either of you do some background checks on this doctor. Many people have had great results in Mexico.

  • Alex To go
    Alex To go 8 日 前

    Yawn. Watched like 1/3 of the video. Poor things.

    Idiots

  • Ileana Miro
    Ileana Miro 9 日 前

    The same happened to me here in United States. They overfilled my lap band. I lost 14 pounds in less that 10 day after reaching my ideal weight. They talk like that only happens in Mexico.

  • Medena Vita
    Medena Vita 9 日 前

    Oh my goodness.. Thanks God they survived

  • StylistNtraining
    StylistNtraining 10 日 前

    Yeah, I get it. However, the US is packed full of malpractice lawsuits. I'm a paralegal and see them everyday and they settle quickly so no one knows! If you go to Kaiser, chances are your Dr . has a few! There isn't an epidemic of Mexican citizens dying in hospitals. There's surgeries going on as we speak. There's chemo, babies being born, emergency room doctors saving lives, etc. Let's not portend like Mexico is a Primitive Country where people are operating with the forks, knives, and lanterns.

  • Bt Rec
    Bt Rec 10 日 前

    The poor woman seems to have been the most traumatised from the surgery. She looks and sound drugged out.

  • Stephen Cotton
    Stephen Cotton 10 日 前

    The question you should be asking is - why is it so expensive in the US? Why doesn't insurance cover it? Is it really cosmetic surgery?

  • Caroline In Sydney
    Caroline In Sydney 11 日 前

    Why would anyone do that to themselves. Be happy for who you are and stuff everyone who doesn’t like it.

  • Deborah Watkins
    Deborah Watkins 12 日 前

    I cannot speak for massive weight loss surgery. That sounds dangerous in any setting. But as an American living in Mexico, and I am in registered nurse, I never had such a good care with doctors in Mexico. I have had six surgeries here, two of them were to fix botches that happened in the United States. Mexican doctors still have heart and they have saved my life. But bariatric surgery is life-threatening in the United States as well. I remember at least three patients who died after bariatric surgery in Colorado. I see this as a weight-loss surgery problem, it is not a Mexico problem.

  • Hemant Jagrup
    Hemant Jagrup 12 日 前

    It's better to exercise the weight off or walk it off I lost 60 pounds in 4 months by speed walking everywhere

  • christine wilkinson
    christine wilkinson 12 日 前

    I heard this thing that helps people lose weight..... Diet and exercise? Has anyone tried this?

  • Evan Drescher
    Evan Drescher 15 日 前

    That’s my gym teacher mr Miller

  • sjc04d
    sjc04d 15 日 前

    While all of these people seem to had horrifying experiences with surgeons in Mexico I don't think this is anti Mexican propaganda or bashing Mexico.
    The piece is called MEDICAL TOURISM. The point is do your research and be careful when you go to another country for surgery. Regulations may not be the same as your home country so it might be that regulations for calling yourself a surgeon in one country may not hold the same weight or meaning and vice versa.
    If people watching can't separate people's individual experiences from international surgeries in general...😒...

  • daisyhinojosa23
    daisyhinojosa23 16 日 前 +1

    All the Mexicans in the comments are so triggered lol

  • CymbalMonkey
    CymbalMonkey 16 日 前

    I don't understand what did the Mexicans do that made the surgery so bad

  • Monica Evie
    Monica Evie 16 日 前 +1

    I dont think that theyre trying to put down Mexican doctors with this video, I think theyre just trying to put down this one guy who messed them all up. I dont want people to think that theyre putting down Mexican daughters with this video because I dont think that was their intention :0

  • Hafsa Pasta
    Hafsa Pasta 17 日 前

    That woman looks so sad. I hope she’s doing better.

  • Kecia Harris
    Kecia Harris 17 日 前

    Why is Mexico being thrown under the bus? I think its to scare people from going there to have anything done. Think about it. Joan Rivers had her surgery in California & yet the entire state of California isn't under fire for it. The doctor who did her surgery is/was. MJ's, doctor is doing time for giving him DRUGS! Not to mention a number of other celebrities who have had BOTCHED surgeries. They even had a show about BOTCHED SURGERIES! Really!
    I mean come on people. Either lower the prices here in the states or, STOP WITH THIS FOOLERY ALREADY!
    Why are these 3 people on tv telling their story instead of filing charges against the doctors who performed these alleged surgeries? I guess I'll have to do some research on the legal terms of it all.
    Be careful folks.

  • Jackie Dee
    Jackie Dee 18 日 前

    Broke tourism

  • Reese Barnes
    Reese Barnes 18 日 前

    Im sorry but why didn't they just eat right and exercise? I mean all wasnt obese!!! Just the cost of instant results.. It always come at price... Hope all heals and recover..

  • Kim Jack
    Kim Jack 18 日 前

    Most Health funds in Australia cover weight loss surgery & have for the last 12 years.

  • Myra Wallace
    Myra Wallace 18 日 前

    They go to mexico because its so cheap - I think that goes under the category you get what you pay for.

  • Jamie Murta
    Jamie Murta 18 日 前

    These people obviously didn’t do their homework before getting surgery in Mexico. They should be ashamed of themselves.

  • Jamie Murta
    Jamie Murta 18 日 前

    “We still wanted to be physically active but the weight makes it difficult.” Hmmmm what is wrong with that statement?

  • Alex Cats
    Alex Cats 18 日 前

    medical tourism is a thing because of high costs of healthcare in the US. a lot of doctors in mexico are absolutely amazing. their schools out there many argue are better than schools in the states. these people all went to the same doctor who had a terrible reputation.

  • AnEternalEnigma
    AnEternalEnigma 19 日 前

    WTF were these two dudes doing getting this and they weren't even 300 pounds? Jesus, go to the gym and get control of your diet. No wonder insurance didn't cover this. I can understand the woman doing this at 250 pounds, but these two dudes are just lazy.

  • Ming Song
    Ming Song 19 日 前

    How can they all claim to be active and still gain so much weight? I love a lot of sports, but I know I’m not active at all. I only do those things once in a while, scuba, surfing, snowboarding. I barely go to the gym.

  • Love
    Love 19 日 前 +1

    So DISAPPOINTED in the Today Show. Megyn Kelly should have been fired after how she duped the many stupid, elderly& old viewers of fox news just to make her millions. SHAME on the Today Show for ever hiring liar megyn kelly‼

  • Cheryl Allen
    Cheryl Allen 19 日 前

    Never, never would I go to Mexico for any surgery or dental care! I did my Bariatric surgery through my insurance and had the best doctor. No complications and I lost 183 pounds. That is not true that Insurance won’t cover it. First off, I had to prove all the weight loss problems that I tried, I had to visit a Psychiatrist and talk about why I wanted to lose weight etc, I had Sleep Apnea and high blood pressure (that I was taking medication for). My doctor supported my desire to have this surgery and she got the ball rolling for me. It was the best thing that ever happened to me and I am so grateful. Going to Mexico to have this done is absolutely stupid.

  • Julie Stitt
    Julie Stitt 19 日 前

    I have 2 friends that went to Mexico for bariatric surgery, not because it's cheaper, but they'll do it for you if you only need 30-60 lbs to lose. Neither one of them were clinically considered obese. The surgery is meant for people with at least 100 lbs to lose. Dr's here in the United states are not legally aloud to perform this surgery on someone less than 100 lbs, they must also lose 15 to 20 lbs before surgery and be monitored by a dietitian. None of this is done where my friends went. One friend is now having trouble eating. They both got severely under weight. I blame society for trying to get a quick fix additionally to cheaper medical care. I'm sorry these people, especially the lady, knew the risk. Anyone with a computer can do their own research. Ignorance is not an excuse.

  • Patricia
    Patricia 19 日 前

    I had mine with Dr. Altamirano and it was amazing! FYI Dr. Almanza has a horrible reputation and has done a lot of botched procedures. Also, I had the sleeve and the band is not recommended anymore.

  • Beverley Cumming
    Beverley Cumming 19 日 前

    My heart breaks for you all...

  • Beverley Cumming
    Beverley Cumming 19 日 前

    The starch solution...spudfit...veggies...quick fix the right way...so sad for you all...get your body well the healthful way

  • janet wahl
    janet wahl 19 日 前

    Fortunately my gastric bypass was covered by my insurance. Honestly I think you can get the surgery anywhere in the world these days because anywhere I’m sure we’re highly trained. The same I believe is that you can have a terrible doctor who does the surgery and botches it. You really have to be assertive and do lots of research research and research yourself before you consider any kind of weight loss surgery. I did and I git the best gastric bypass surgery. It’s been 5 years this July 13th of this year. The 150.00 I lost I haven’t found it back and I’m doing well. Best of luck to all.

  • Lynn Pech Torres
    Lynn Pech Torres 19 日 前

    I had gastric sleeve in the United States and i am always feeling sick. There's nothing wrong with my sleeve just common side effects. My gallbladder failed had to have it removed. Then got bile reflux so i can't handle many foods or i feel sick after eating. I got tons of kidney stones another common side effect. Had surgery to.remove them. Feels like im getting them again. Im 14 months out and since surgery ive lost 167lbs and total 237lbs. I dont regret it and i knew the side effects that i could possibly have. Im still losing weight and my dr said once my weight stabilizes my kidney stone issue will.be gone. I don't feel like mexico.is a bad option but people need to do their homework before hopping on a plane. I know someone who went to mexico for surgery and had sleeve no complications but her sleeve is way bigger than mine
    .she can eat 4x what i can eat. She had her surgery.6 months before me and i was 150lbs heavier than her and now im 25lbs smaller than her. Her dr in mexico said it was common to be resleeved but speaking with mine he said he has never done that. So idk

  • T Whitman
    T Whitman 19 日 前

    This is crazy. My insurance covered it 15 days ago!

  • T Whitman
    T Whitman 19 日 前

    Two weeks later at work???? She's ridiculous. These people didn't do their homework about this surgery. Aftercare IS the most important part.

  • Kikibear224
    Kikibear224 19 日 前

    Way way way better medical care in mexico then the United States....obviously you didn’t do your research!🤮🤮🤮🤮

  • SouthernGirl8888 STAR

    It’s sad we have to go to the great lengths to have surgery When Plastic Surgeons here could charge MORE REASONABLE Prices and keep patients here and perform a lot more surgeries.

  • LMXLM
    LMXLM 19 日 前 +1

    Megyn Kelly can talk whatever she wants about Mexicans White women are the 💣

  • Peter Hedlöf
    Peter Hedlöf 19 日 前

    Aint the whole point of going to mexico to drink beer eat a lot of food to a more convinmet price setting?
    Its warm and a Corona with a piece of lime taste Real good.
    The Liver might not like it but a pool party can heal the wounds !

  • vanillasparkle13
    vanillasparkle13 19 日 前

    Everybody knows you go to the Dominican Republic, not Mexico

  • Kitten Lyric
    Kitten Lyric 19 日 前

    it is a shame that people have to be this desperate and there is no help. It is the most money they can get vs helping people.