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    Gastric Bypass Surgery

    Things You Should Do before Starting Your Gastric Bypass Surgery

    Undergoing a gastric bypass can be a thing that changes your life forever. This is not a surgery you can undo or reverse. Therefore, you should be fully prepared to have this surgery both physically and mentally. IF you are well prepared for this life change, your recovery and healing will be smoother and easier. And will make adaptation period shorter. Here are some things you should do before having this surgery: 1. Learn all about the surgery. Make sure you know all about the procedures of the surgery and that you are fully aware of what is going to happen. Talk to those who have had this surgery. It is also recommended to join support groups and online forums…

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    Bypass Surgery

    4 Things Weight loss Doctors Usually Don’t Tell You About Bypass Surgery

    Many People believe that weight loss surgery is the magical answer to all their obesity-related problems. Why not when they see others who were a few months ago over hundred something kilograms look now like TV stars and famous models. However, weight loss surgeries are a drastic measure that shouldn’t be sought unless extremely necessary, and doctors hide some facts regarding it, such as: 1. You might develop a case of depression after the surgery. Although obesity is one of the reasons why people get depressed, treating it with an extreme method like a weight loss surgery doesn’t guarantee treatment of depression. Depression in many people who had a weight loss surgery was found to worsen after the surgery. 2.…

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    Gastric Bypass Surgery

    5 Things You Have to Do After Gastric Bypass Surgery

    What is gastric bypass? It is a surgery that changes the size and the work of your stomach and intestines. Your stomach will be in the size of an egg after the surgery. Moreover, food will not go through areas that can absorb it and turn it into calories. Gastric bypass is a difficult surgery, and you will have to do certain things after going through it, such as: 1- You will have to take multivitamins and supplements for the rest of your life. Remember that most of your food won’t be absorbed and so you will lack the nutrients you need without the supplements. 2- You will have to drink two liters of water every day although this can…

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    Bypass Surgery

    4 Things You Should Expect with Bypass Surgery

    If you are suffering from excessive weight gain, you have probably read all about bypass surgery and its procedures already. You might have also witnessed the false propaganda about iteverywhere and have listened to various people claiming how they lost over a hundred pounds because of it. However, what I see is that bypass surgery is only a drastic measure for treating obesity when every other method fails completely, and that if you are going to have a gastric bypass, there are certain things you should expect after the surgery, including: 1- Even if you have undergone this surgery to lose weight, there will be a time when you reach the damn “plateau”. It is when your body finds that…

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    Blood tests can explain the after surgery confusion

    Blood tests can explain the after surgery confusion

    Many individuals encounter an augmented time of perplexity when they conscious after surgery. This intense confusion state, called delirium, especially influences more established grown-ups and represents a critical clinical test as it can prompt to more prominent postoperative entanglements and may develop hospitalization. With an end goal to recognize an organic marker to guide intercession, another review in Biological Psychiatry reports that postoperative incoherence is connected with indications of irritation – particularly heights in the incendiary marker C-responsive protein (CRP) – in patients 70 years old or more seasoned. The review, drove by co-senior creators Towia Libermann and Edward Marcantonio, both of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, Massachusetts, bolsters past reports of relationship amongst CRP and confusion…

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