I am 230 pounds and I am scheduled for my gastric sleeve surgery how much weight did you lose?

2 points: Check with. Your surgeon about how much you will likely lose. 2ndly you meant how much would you lose (not how much did i lose) ?

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What do you suggest if I am 230 pounds and I am scheduled for my gastric sleeve surgery, how much weight would I lose?

Varies. The amount of weight you may lose after surgery depends on many things. It depends on your motivation, your diet, exercise,... Studies have shown that people lose an average of 60% of what they are overweight. Read more...
It depends on you... Studies site b/w a 60-80% excess body weight loss with the sleeve (so if you are 100 pounds overweight, you could expect a 60-80 lb weight loss). However, surgery is no magic bullet. The best results are seen in patients who are motivated, follow the diet guidelines and exercise regularly. Attending support groups and making sure to follow up with your surgeon are also keys to success. Good luck! Read more...

Gastric sleeve surgery, how much weight will I lose?

Depends on you. Sleeve gastrectomy is a physiologic restrictive operation. The average weight loss is about 70% of the excess weight. However, it depends on the patient and his/her initial weight before surgery. Nothing say that you cant lose all your excess weight if you follow the instruction of the diet and exercise. I have several patients who lost more than 100 lbs. in the first 6 month after the surgery. Read more...

Gastric sleeve surgery - how much weight can you lose?

Sleeve gastrectomy . Patients typically lose about 60-65% of their excess body weight by a year to year and a half. That means if you are 100lbs overweight, you would lose 60-65 lbs. If you are 200 lbs overweight, you would lose 120-130 lbs. Read more...
Sleeve surgery. Is safe and effective. It works through several hormonal pathways and not just restriction (e.g. Ghrelin, glp-1, pyy, etc). These honors take hunger away. Lifestyle changes are required for all bariatric surgeries. When all goes away, patients lose 60-75 lbs, for every 100 lbs they are over weight. Read more...

Can you tell me about gastric sleeve surgery how much weight will I lose?

Varies. The amount of weight you will lose after gastric sleeve surgery varies. It depends upon your motivation, your diet, your exercise,… There are studies that show that people will lose an average of 60% of what they are overweight after the gastric sleeve surgery. Read more...
How much u want. Gastric sleeve surgery most of the stomach is removed leaving a sleeve or tube of stomach , total capacity reduced due to small pouch of stomach . How much you lose depends on your modification of behavior ( eating habits activity ) , Now loosing wt is your hands , how many calories you are consuming , How active you are etc are factors to loose weight, Good Luck. Read more...
It depends on you. Studies site b/w a 60-80% excess body weight loss with the sleeve (so if you are 100 pounds overweight, you could expect a 60-80 lb weight loss). However, surgery is no magic bullet. The best results are seen in patients who are motivated, follow the diet guidelines and exercise regularly. Attending support groups and making sure to follow up with your surgeon are also keys to success. Good luck! Read more...

Dr. I would like to know for what reason do you think am not losing weight, after having the gastric sleeve surgery for the past 16 days?

Weight loss. Is still based on the simple equation of calories eaten minus calories burned off in a day. If you have not lost much weight, you are managing to eat the same amount of calories each day as you use. If you eat more than you use, you will gain weight. If you use more than you eat you will lose. You need to see if you have been low on using calories (and can increase activity to help) or vice vers. Read more...

How much over weight do you have to be before you can have a gastric sleeve surgery performed?

It's extremely. variable, depending upon age, weight, overall health, comorbid conditions, etc. Check w/your doctor re: a referral to a bariatric surgeon for an evaluation. Read more...
Gastric sleeve. Generally you need to have a BMI(body mass index) over 40 or 35 with co-morbidities of obesity ( poorly controlled diabetes, difficult to control hypertension) before a bariatric surgeon would consider you a candidate. Read more...
Sleeve gastrectomy. You need to have a BMI over 40 if you have no medical problems, or a BMI over 35 if you have at least 2 obesity related medical problems. . Read more...

Starting to feel hungry again two years after gastric sleeve surgery. Do not want to gain weight back. Any tips?

Have a f/u. You need to see your surgeon for a follow-up. Also, see a nutritionist to reassess your dietary needs. You should be exercising regularly. Read more...
Sweets, sip, sliders. If getting hungry after sleeve, try shifting eating behavior: avoid sweets (they trigger carb hunger); avoid sipping with food (makes food empty sooner); avoid high calorie snacks. Focus on veggies and protein. Read more...

How effective is liposuction after massive weight loss from gastric sleeve surgery?

Liposuction. After massive weight loss , you may need surgery to remove the saggy skin. Consult a surgeon. Read more...
Not very effective. Most patients post massive weight loss secondary to a gastric sleeve surgery will require body contouring with loose skin excision. Liposuction is designed to remove fatty deposits that are resistant to diet, exercise and weight loss due to gastric sleeve surgery. Liposuction can actually result in additional loose skin. Read more...
Not very. You may be a good candidate for a body lift or a tummy tuck, maybe even arm skin tightening. After losing massive weight, your skin is left loose. Additional liposuction may even make this worse. Skin will not shrink up unfortunately and needs to be surgically tightened up. Read more...
Not Effective. Most patients who have had “massive weight loss” have also lost skin elasticity. This skin elasticity is important when it comes to the outcome achieved after liposuction surgery. Therefore, most patients benefit from excision of skin and tissue (lipectomy) procedures as opposed to liposuction surgery alone. Best wishes. Read more...