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My weight is 99.3 and I am diabetic. High blood pressure. I want to know is there a ring surgery possible in my case without any risk. Or any other help for me.

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Hi Lybrate User, You don't need surgery to lose weight. Just few steps and you can live a healthy life. The two essentials to maintaining a healthy weight are: Eating well & Moving often. Increasing activity in order to lose weight If your doctor recommends that you lose weight, there’s a simple rule to follow: move more, eat less and make smarter food choices. Gradually increase your level of physical activity beyond 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity, lower the number of calories you take in and eat a healthy diet. Once you’re at your goal weight, you can then determine which dietary and fitness choices work best for maintaining your weight.
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