Doctor insights on:
Stomach Noise After Gastric Bypass
What do you recommend if I had gastric bypass. Have gained some weight back. Can I get my stomach stapled again?
Go back to your: Bariatric surgeon. Yes may need revision (surgery) after evaluation. Success after revision is very good, but you have to modify your style, by exercise and limiting your intake and be active ...Read more
I'm having sharp stabbing feelings in my stomach I just had gastric bypass is this something serious? On a level 1 to 10 the pains about a 7.
I have incision from my recent gastric bypass surgery hurts 2 inches to the upper abdominal area. Is this normal?
6 years ago I had gastric bypass surgery. Was 400 lbs and 5'9. But recently had perferated stomach surgery lost too muchweight can't gain back help
See a bariatric surg: This is a very complex problem and you should see your bariatric surgeon to see what he recommends. You may require a surgery for reversal of the bypass. If your surgeon does not feel comfortable doing that complex surgery then you will need to see a surgeon that performs revision bariatric surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every morning I wake up and my stomach is on fire only thing I've changed is I take Zanaflex (tizanidine) at night? Side note I had gastric bypass 8 yrs ago.
How soon can I have a body lift after my gastric bypass? I just had a gastric bypass done three months ago and I am starting to feel great. However, I now have this excess skin, especially in my abdominal region. I am anxious to get started on the next st
You generally want your weight to be stable over a fair amount of time. I prefer at least 1 to 1.5 years after bypass before considering skin reduction surgery. Often times after losing a large amount of weight and recovery from the bypass, patients become more active and lose further weight and body fat that isn't seen initially. There can also be variations of your own schedule [e.g., season, work load, etc] that you won't see until you can see that you have plateaued for remain at that level.
Hope this helps. ...Read more
Bariatric surgery: It's gastric bypass, lap band, and sleeve gastrectomy. Stomach stapling can mean a lot of different things. Not enough room to answer your question here. Look on the web, like http://www. Realize. Com to read about the various operations. ...Read more
See yourMD: You need a work up. I have gastric bypass patients in our practice. Of those with pain we have sent to GI for work up...Most of the time they find a cause. Do not delay! ...Read more
No, but not uncommon:
Follow up with surgeon. Tested for h. Pylori? Can cause ulcers. Marginal ulcers usually on the intestinal side of the anastomosis (seam) not rare. Needs follow up, especially if interfering with oral intake, or if vomiting (a big deal).
See your doc. ...Read more
I have a very painful stomach. This has been constant all day made worse by eating. I also have gallstones a d had gastric bypass 18 months ago.
Degrees: Band: appliance surg inserted to cinch stomach; adv.-easier surgery, reversible; disadv-less wt loss, less sustained, higher failure rate, compl, slippage, etc. Stapling-surg restrictive procedure; adv: more sustained, succ. Than above; disadv-still easy to cheat/wt gain (e.g. Melt ice cream, then drink it). Bypass: combo restrict and malabsorp; adv: more effective; dis: bigger op, more nutr risk. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had the gastric bypass on 11/03 never had a problem had a baby in 12/13. I have been having stomach pains right after I eat. What can I do?
Call your surgeon: You should call your gastric bypass surgeon and let them know what's going on. Recurrent abdominal pain could be from an ulcer, intussusception, or even an internal hernia. Urgency of appointment depends on severity of symptoms. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My friend had gastric bypass (stomach stapling) surgery and now has constant problems with dumping, gross.?
Yes one of complicat: Morbid obesity it self is a lethal disease if untreated. Gastric by pass several will have benefits, will lose weight, will be able to go back to work if they are not working due to disability, b p & diabetes will be under control or even cure, quality of life improves, how ever some will have untoward effects or complications due to by pass as you mentioned all patients will have this info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had gastric bypass 2 weeks ago Would marijuana smoke do the same harm as cigarettes would to my new stomach?
Not usually: Tobacco smoke contains a number of substances that increase stomach acid and reduce the lower esophageal sphincter pressure, which increases reflux and esophagitis, while reducing the effectiveness of gastric mucous. Marijuana smoke does much less of this, but if you have had problems with peptic ulcer, gastritis or esophagitis, you are far better off not smoking ANYTHING. ...Read more
I had gastric bypass surgery on may 2nd 2012 and it's been great up till now I have and belching and having stomach pains radiating around my back?
Biliary colic: These may be new symptoms unrelated to the bariatric surgery. Weight loss increases risk and incidence of gallstones. Gallstones can cause biliary colic: belching, bloating, upper abdominal pain after eating fatty foods that radiates into back. Okay to get see your doc. An ultrasound of the gallbladder can lead to a diagnosis. Avoid big meals and fatty meals until you can get evaluated. ...Read more
Can I do the duodenal switch with a BMI of 27.5? Had gastric bypass 7 yrs ago. Gaining weight again. I exercise, but my stomach fits a lot of food!
No: Duodenal switch will not work in a patient that has undergone gastric bypass, since the food stream no longer goes by way of the duodenum. If you are gaining weight after a gastric bypass, you should see your surgeon or a specialized GI physician, who can determine the cause for weight gain. This is usually due to enlargement of the connection between the stomach pouch and the intestine. ...Read more
I had gastric bypass 6/2012 and today I am having minor surgery. My blood sugar is 46 they said not to eat after midnight but I don't have a stomach. Can I eat something or no? I'm worried
Hypoglycemia: Okay to treat your hypoglycemia with small glucose tablet, turn off your Insulin pump, lower long acting Insulin in preparation for surgery. The requirement to not eat, to have an empty stomach for surgery is for safety with control of your airway and anesthesia. Avoiding aspiration is essential to safe surgery. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please help! What is the difference between gastric bypass surgery, stomach stapling and gastric band surgery?
Bypass and band: Lap band is the safest and is reversible which attracts a lot of patients, but failure rates are high, it is easy to cheat, weight loss is slower. Bypass is the gold standard, been around for 50yrs, results in the greatest weight loss, highest cure rates for diabetes, but has a higher risk. Stomach stapling can mean many different things. You probably mean sleeve gastrectomy, also good, the newest. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Size of stomach after gastric bypass
- Aspirin after gastric bypass
- Headache after gastric bypass
- Stomach ulcer in gastric bypass patient
- Gastric bypass symptoms of ruptured stomach
- Smokeless tobacco after gastric bypass
- 10 years after gastric bypass
- Stomach flu after gastric bypass