Post Bariatric Surgery

Post Bariatric surgery is an invasive procedure that includes all humanly possible treatments to effectively deal with loose and sagging skin folds and other skin deformities caused by extreme weight loss and/or any gastric reduction surgery. obesity. After losing excess weight, sagging, bagging and deformities on the face, breasts, back, abdomen and legs are inevitable. These drooping and drooping conditions are surgically handled carefully in multiple clinical sessions, depending on their weight and the degree of discomfort they cause in the patient, when the patient reaches the targeted figures after losing weight and maintains this weight for at least 6 months. spread over time. In some cases, more than one surgery may be performed at the same time.

 

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Before surgery

Bariatric surgery is performed in hospital using general anesthesia. This means that you are unconscious during the procedure. The specifics of your surgery depend on your personal situation, the type of weight loss surgery you have, and the practice of the hospital or doctor. Some weight loss surgeries are done through traditional large or open incisions in your abdomen. Today, most types of bariatric surgery are performed laparoscopically. A laparoscope is a small, tubular instrument with a camera attached. The laparoscope is inserted through small incisions in the abdomen. The small camera at the tip of the laparoscope allows the surgeon to view and operate inside your abdomen without making traditional large incisions. Laparoscopic surgery can make your recovery faster and shorter, but it’s not suitable for everyone. The surgery usually takes a few hours. After surgery, you wake up in a recovery room where medical staff watch you for any complications. Depending on your procedure, you may need to stay in the hospital for several days.

After Surgery

After weight loss surgery, you are usually not allowed to eat for one to two days to allow your stomach and digestive system to heal. Next, you will follow a certain diet for several weeks. The diet starts with liquids only, then moves on to pureed, very bland foods and finally to regular foods. You may have many restrictions or limits on how much and what you can eat and drink.

You will also have frequent medical checkups to monitor your health in the first few months after weight loss surgery. You may need lab tests, blood work, and various exams.

Process:Bariatric surgery Surgery
Time:3-4 Hours
Anesthesia:General Anesthesia
Hospital:European Approved Hospitals
Recovery Time:1-2 Months
Expected Result:The patient has a natural and aesthetic appearance by eliminating the sagging and deformities caused by excessive weight loss.

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