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How Long After C Section Can You Have A Gastric Bypass
Absorption: Gastric bypass surgery, besides changing how much you can eat, also changes absorption in your gut (because you are bypassing a portion of your GI tract). This is particularly seen with vitamins and micronutrients, including b12, calcium , and iron. Consider taking a supplement after discussion with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Massive Weight Loss: From gastric bypass surgery will result in a remarkable change in your body. There will be excesses of skin everywhere as well as loss of breast volume. Much of this can be improved through plastic surgery but most plastic surgeons would like for you to recover at least a year from your surgery and to reach a plateau in your weight where you diet and exercise are maintaining you weight easily. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi doctors, was just wondering what is better gastric bypass or lap band? Which yields better long term results?
Bypass vs band: The gastric bypass is the gold standard for weight loss operations and results in the greatest amount of long term weight loss. The lap band is still a good operation, but it's results are variable and less consistent. Because of this, the lap band has become far less popular in the past few years. ...Read more
I had my lap out april.17 th 2012 band erroted developed hernia had the repair done feb.4 how long I should wait for the gastric bypass?
Consult with surgeon: Depends on your status. Do you still have a bariatric issue? At minimum, waiting 3 to 6 months after your ventral hernia repair is recommended. Okay to talk to your surgery team and your regular doc about the bariatric issue. Stay on diet in the meantime. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
More bypassed bowel: This is a weight loss operation that's similar to standard gastric bypass, except that the amount of intestines diverted is longer than typical. In this operation, the stomach is divided and a small pouch of stomach is connected to a portion of the small intestines (the jejunum), thereby skipping over the rest of the stomach and duodenum. "long-limb" referrs to how much intestines is skipped over. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recovery: 6-8 weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
Gastric bypass : About 2-3 weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
Follow your doctor: Please follow the advice of your surgeon. Your surgeon should dictate above the rest. Because there is no consensus. ...Read more