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Pregnancy After Weight Loss Surgery

Pregnancy After Weight Loss Surgery Tips

Over the course of the past several years, weight loss surgery has grown increasingly prevalent. A number of famous people, like as Carnie Wilson and Al Roker, have addressed the public about their decision to undergo these procedures as well as the reasoning behind it. This procedure is being sought out by an increasing number of women who are still in their reproductive years. “Gastric bypass” refers to the most popular type of surgical procedure… 

Bariatric Surgery and Pregnancy Outcomes and Management

Bariatric Surgery and Pregnancy Outcomes

I believe in more rigorous testing and vitamin supplementation than is suggested in this article, but all things considered, this is a reasonably complete guide. Avoid pregnancy for 12-18 months or until weight stabilises. Oral contraceptives aren’t absorbed well after a hysterectomy, and the transdermal patch doesn’t work as well for people who weigh more than 198.4 pounds (90 kg). For full effectiveness, IUCs or injections are recommended, along with regular use of condoms. Iron,… 

How to Prevent Stomach Stretching After Gastric Sleeve Surgery

How to Avoid Stomach Stretching After Gastric Sleeve Surgery

If you’re thinking about getting gastric sleeve surgery, one of the most important questions you probably have is whether or not your stomach will get bigger after the surgery. Even though it’s normal for your stomach to stretch a little as your body adjusts, it shouldn’t cause you to gain a lot of weight if you follow the rules for what to eat after surgery. Most people lose around 60% of their extra weight in… 

Gastric Sleeve Weight Loss Timeline – Gastric Sleeve Weight Loss Percentage Milestones

How Long Does It Take to Lose Weight With a Gastric Sleeve?

The long-term objective of having weight loss surgery is to achieve and then keep a healthy weight for the foreseeable future. However, there are additional advantages as well. One of the most significant advantages of having gastric sleeve surgery is that it accelerates the process of losing weight. Some individuals spend years trying to get rid of excess weight through dieting and exercising, but the weight loss timeline following gastric sleeve surgery moves much more… 

Gastric bypass Post-Op Nutrition

Post-Bariatric Surgery Diet Guidelines

In order to guarantee that your body reacts to a weight reduction process in the correct manner, there are individual diet limitations that you must adhere to after having bariatric surgery. This article gives you an outline of the changes to your diet that you should anticipate making in the weeks directly following surgery. There are four primary diet phases following weight loss surgery. Once you make it through those phases, you’ll start to settle… 

Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery Guidelines and FAQs

Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery Guidelines

Mini gastric bypass surgery (MGB) is a laparoscopic weight loss surgery that can be changed. It is very similar to the traditional RNY bypass, but there is only one connection to the small intestine (a single anastomosis). The Mini Gastric Bypass is less invasive and takes less time for surgery and recovery than gastric sleeve surgery and Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass. The whole process takes less than or equal to 90 minutes, and the patient can… 

Weight Loss Surgery Procedures Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB)

Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery Guidelines and FAQs

Gastric bypass surgery makes the stomach much smaller. The new stomach (pouch) has a capacity of about two ounces. This surgery also allows food to bypass part of the small intestine. You will feel full more quickly than when your stomach was its original size of about two quarts, which reduces the amount of food you eat and thus the calories consumed. However, you will not feel hungry after eating those small portions like you… 

Gastric Balloon Candidates Expectations Symptoms

Gastric Balloon: Candidates, Expectations, Symptoms

The Gastric Balloon system comprises of a soft balloon that may inflate, a particular tube that is used to place the balloon in the stomach and fill it with fluids, and a unique liquid filler for the balloon itself. This design enables the physician to insert a gastric balloon into the stomach of the patient by passing it via the mouth and oesophagus first, and then filling it with sterile saltwater solution. After being filled,… 

complications of gastric bypass

What is the most common complications of gastric bypass surgery?

A complication is an unexpected medical or psychological event occurring after surgery. Every effort is taken to prevent complications, but because of the magnitude of gastric bypass surgery and the many medical problems of many of the patients, complications do occur. The death rate (mortality) from gastric bypass is about 1 out of 350 people (1/350). The mortality rate for gastric bypass is similar to the mortality rate for other major general surgical procedures done on a group of… 

Gastric bypass Post-Op Nutrition

Gastric bypass Post-Op Nutrition

During the first week after surgery patients should drink clear liquids. Clear liquids are defined as liquids that one can see through. They should not be carbonated and of course not contain alcohol. Liquids should be sipped, never gulped. There is no specific recommended amount per day. Each person is different and should drink enough fluid to keep her/him from becoming thirsty. Some patients can drink plain water without difficulty after Gastric bypass. Others find…