General FAQs of Gastric Bypass Surgery
Yes. To maintain body weight, your bariatric surgeon will suggest you exercise after recovery.
- The surgeon will induce anaesthesia so that you won’t feel pain while they make an incision.
- stomach: The surgeon divides the stomach into two parts, the upper smaller and lower larger part. The upper is kept smaller so that the minimal food intake makes your full.
- Making bypass: The surgeon will connect the small intestine to the small stomach so that less calorie will be absorbed in the small portion of the intestine, which leads to weight loss.
Gastric Bypass surgery is recommended when:
- BMI is 35 or more
- suffering from a severe medical condition
- Unable to lose weight through diet and exercise
Number of days in India: 10
Number of days in Hospital: 2-5
- Limiting the food intake in the small stomach can hold a limited amount of food only.
- Absorption of calories and nutrients should be limited.
- Altering the gut hormones in a way so that the person feels fuller early and remain full for longer.
- The procedure is quick and takes approximately 2-3 hours.
- People with desk jobs can return to work as early as 1-2 days.
- There is negligible blood loss with laparoscopic procedures.
- The incisions are tiny and almost invisible.
- Reflux Disease
- Heart disease
- Severe sleep apnea
After weight loss surgery, your cosmetologist and dietician will prescribe you medicines and a healthy diet to follow, which can lead you to live healthy even after the surgery.
The weight loss surgery cost factors depend on several factors like:
- BMI check
- Different tests
- Type of weight loss surgery
- Hospital charges
- Treatment hospital
- Follow-up procedures