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Bariatric Surgery, also known as weight loss surgery, is a surgical procedure designed to help people who are severely obese lose weight and improve their overall health. Bariatric surgery is typically done only after you've tried to lose weight by improving your diet and exercise habits. If you are struggling with obesity and are considering bariatric surgery, our hospital offers a range of options and comprehensive care to help you achieve your weight loss goals.
At our hospital, we understand that obesity is a complex condition with a range of factors that contribute to its development. Our bariatric surgery program takes a multidisciplinary approach to help you lose weight and improve your health. We offer several types of bariatric surgery, including gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, and adjustable gastric banding.
In addition, our team provides ongoing support and counselling to help you overcome any challenges or barriers you may encounter along the way. We believe that bariatric surgery is just the beginning of your weight loss journey, and we are committed to helping you achieve long-term success. If you are ready to take control of your weight and improve your overall health, contact us today to schedule a consultation with our bariatric surgery team. We are here to support you every step of the way.counseling
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How much weight can I expect to lose after bariatric surgery?
The amount of weight loss varies depending on the individual and the type of surgery performed. Most patients can expect to lose 50-70% of their excess body weight within the first year after surgery.
What are the risks of bariatric surgery?
As with any surgery, there are risks associated with bariatric surgery. These risks include bleeding, infection, and blood clots. However, the risks of surgery are generally low and are outweighed by the potential health benefits of weight loss.
What is the recovery time after bariatric surgery?
Recovery time varies depending on the type of surgery performed. Most patients are able to return to work within 2-4 weeks, but it may take up to 6-8 weeks for a full recovery.
Will I need to make lifestyle changes after bariatric surgery?
Yes, lifestyle changes are an essential part of bariatric surgery. Patients must follow a strict diet and exercise regimen to achieve and maintain weight loss after surgery. Additionally, patients will need to attend follow-up appointments with their healthcare team to monitor their progress and adjust their treatment plan as needed.