Table of Contents
- 1 Book Your Free Consultation
- 2 Before & After
- 2.1 Gastric Bypass
- 2.2 What is Gastric Bypass?
- 2.2.1 Gastric bypass is a type of weight-loss surgery that involves creating a small pouch from the stomach and connecting the newly created pouch directly to the small intestine.
- 3 Free Appointment
- 3.1 Am I a Good Candidate for Gastric Bypass?
- 3.2 What are the risks?
- 3.3 During the Procedure
- 3.4 1- Needed Tests
- 3.5 2- Anesthesia
- 3.6 3- Formation of Incisions
- 3.7 4- See the result
- 4 Free Appointment
- 4.1 What to Expect?
- 4.2 IF YOU THINK ABOUT GASTRIC BYPASS CONTACT US!
- 4.3 What Should be done after surgery?
- 4.4 Result
What is Gastric Bypass?
Gastric bypass is a type of weight-loss surgery that involves creating a small pouch from the stomach and connecting the newly created pouch directly to the small intestine.
After gastric bypass, swallowed food will go into this small pouch of the stomach and then directly into the small intestine, thereby bypassing most of your stomach and the first section of your small intestine.
Am I a Good Candidate for Gastric Bypass?
Obesity relates health problems are Hypertension, Type 2 diabetes, Sleep Apnea, Fatty liver disease, or Hyperlipidemia. Gastric Sleeve is performed on women and men.
What are the risks?
Risks and side effects vary by bariatric procedure. The following list is not all-inclusive, but briefly outlines risks of gastric bypass. Your bariatric surgeon will make sure you understand the risks and complications of your specific procedure.
- Dumping syndrome
- Gallstones (risk increases with rapid or
- substantial weight loss)
- Internal bleeding or profuse bleeding of the
- surgical wound
- Perforation of stomach or intestines
- Pouch/anastomotic obstruction or bowel obstruction
- Protein or calorie malnutrition
- Pulmonary and/or cardiac problems
- Skin separation
- Spleen or another organ injury
- Stomach or intestine ulceration
- Vitamin or iron deficiency
During the Procedure
You can share your concerns about weight loss. Our surgeon will share their thoughts with you too.
1- Needed Tests
Before the surgery, you will be examined but many experts and if you are %100 eligible both mentally and physically you will go through the surgery.
During the surgical procedures, drugs are applied for your comfort. The operation is performing under general anesthesia.
3- Formation of Incisions
The formation of incisions varies according to the area or regions, the degree of recovery, the patient, and the surgeon’s preferences.
4- See the result
You can see the weighing result of the gastric bypass immediately after surgery. But it will take a few months before you see the end in your body.
What to Expect?
Gastric bypass should be performed in a hospital. It should be done in an operating room environment. You will be anesthetized during the operation and you will not feel any pain during the operation.
You should talk with your doctor in detail about gastric bypass surgery. As a result, you should expect realistic results. Your doctor should be able to tell you correctly, and you should understand it well.
IF YOU THINK ABOUT GASTRIC BYPASS CONTACT US!
If you want to get more information about Gastric Bypass and discuss with us your situation and get prices for it, feel free to contact us, call +44 1442 780745. Contact us for our experienced doctors.
What Should be done after surgery?
Day 1: Clear liquid diet. Some surgeons allow patients to drink water a few hours after surgery
Day 2-14: Full liquid diet including protein shakes, yogurt, broth, milk, and juice
Weeks 3-5: Soft food diet
Patients can begin introducing regular food 5 weeks after surgery. They are encouraged to eat a small amount of food each time and have more frequent meals.
All patients must take multi-vitamin and B complex after surgery rest of your life.
For gastric bypass patients, weight loss results come extremely fast, and patients can usually reach their Goal Weight (GW) in the first two years. It can be as long as a few days before patients can see results from gastric sleeve surgery.
6-month post-op results: 45% excess weight loss
1-year post-op results: 65% excess weight loss
3-years post-op results: 55% excess weight loss
5-years post-op results: 53% excess weight loss