Our expert says:
Mabe she would be comforted if she was told that its nowadays impossible ( and it generally ought to be so ) to have plastic surgery of the sort she's thinking about, without a careful psychiatric evaluation, too, to make sure that the person really needs the surgery and will be happy with the results. This is ( or should be ) true, and could encourage her to see the necessary shrink. I understand your closing questions, and wish I could give a definite answer. The ebst answer is "Probably". As we don['t know exactly what is wrong, we can't be sure what treatment will be needed, and how effective it will be. If, for instance, this is Bipolar Disorder, some people respond brilliantly to the first treatment tried, and tohers may need to try some different meds to regain control, but the broad outlook can be rather good.
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