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Bariatric Surgery

The safest and easiest way to lead the most healthiest lifestyle


When can you return to your routine after bariatric surgery?

February 1st, 2018

You might be anxious to get back to duties at work or at home. You must understand that your body has undergone a major change, and it is realigning itself to this new, positive change. You must give yourself time to allow that change to work. After bariatric surgery, most patients can return to normalRead More

How to Choose the Right Bariatric Surgery

January 1st, 2018

All bariatric procedures are effective when: Done with the right experts — qualified and experienced to perform these procedures Done with the right aftercare programme — diet, physical activity and medication, if any. Done with the right patient — dedicated to the weight-loss programme. To assess which procedure suits you best, various factors are consideredRead More

Is Bariatric Surgery Safe Long Term?

December 1st, 2017

Bariatric surgery is a general term used to refer to various kinds of weight-loss surgeries that facilitate weight-loss through food restriction, malabsorption of calories or both in morbidly obese individuals. Weight loss begins with the surgery. The changes that the surgery brings about and the adherence to the strict diet, activity and medication plans designedRead More

How Safe is Bariatric Surgery?

November 1st, 2017

Any kind of major surgery carries risk, and bariatric surgery is no exception. The health risks associated with obesity far outweigh the risks associated with bariatric surgery. Bariatric surgery brings about changes in the patient’s life that influence the person’s health, self-image and relationships. Quality of life and longevity is improved after bariatric surgery whenRead More

Can Bariatric Surgery help PCOS?

October 1st, 2017

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine disorder in women, which happens due to the imbalance between estrogen and progesterone. Benign ovarian cysts develop around the ovaries. PCOS can affect menstrual cycle, fertility and physical appearance. But that’s not all. If it is not treated well in time, PCOS will lead to diabetes andRead More

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