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Over The Counter Medications For Gastric Bypass Patients
How do you counter act the malabsorption of gastric bypass to get the maximum benefit of the prescribed medication?
Meds absorb fine : Medications absorb in the small intestines quite easily following the gastric bypass. Experience with a pill camera shows that many pills pass through a normal stomach in 10-15 minutes anyway. Therefore, your prescribed meds should absorb fine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Regaining weight frequently happens. It used to be thought that it had to do with enlargement of the gastric pouch, but more recent studies suggest that it is related to a gradual widening of the gastrojejunal anastomosis (the joining between the stomach pouch and small intestine that is created). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes, but ? need: Many bariatric programs routinely do a pouch leak test in the early post-operative period, some the day after, some waiting 5-7 days after surgery. The overall leak rate is low and does not always pick up all leaks, especially if done too early. In one study from UCLA, routine pouch leak studies after laparoscopic gastric bypass did not contribute signi?cantly to postoperative patient care ...Read more
Soda: Carbonated soda is bad for everyone. Regular soda has way too much sugar. Diet soda has sugar substitutes that are bad for you. So soda isn't good for anyone. For bypass patients, the co2 gas can build up in the gastric remnant and you can't burp that out. This can cause discomfort, but will eventually get absorbed. I tell my patients not to drink soda anymore. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No it doesn't work: No..You need to lern to eat correctly..For some pointer see www.Weighstation.Net hope this helps. ...Read more
Since the gastric sleeve can cause complication with a sarcoidosis patient. Is the gastric bypass better to have done with sarcoidosis?
sleeve ; sarcoidosis: Neither one (bypass or sleeve) is better than the other with respect to sarcoidosis. Studies have shown that people on immunosuppressive therapy can safely undergo either operation. I would just decide which operation is best for you. In a healthy ; moderately obese person, either operation is fine. If you have gerd, diabetes, or have a bmi over 50, bypass is preferred. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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