A new survey has found that women are not so proud of their bodies when they have a flabby tummy.
The survey carried out on 3,000 women by plastic surgeons, The Hospital Group, showed that many are seeking surgical options.
"We have already had a lot of enquires about liposuction and tummy tucks for 2010," the Daily Express quoted a spokesman as saying.
Besides their flabby tummies, women also had problems with their thighs with 42 percent wishing they had slimmer legs.
Their next body hang-up is their "bingo wings" or flabby upper arms.
Of the women surveyed, only 4 percent said there was nothing they would like to change about themselves.