Gastric bypass surgery is successful for the majority of patients who decide to undergo bariatric surgery. However patients who are dissatisfied with the results of their primary surgery may desire a gastric bypass revision surgery . There are two main reasons for patient dissatisfaction with gastric bypass surgery. The first is that an unsatisfactory amount […]
Proximal Gastric Bypass, commonly known simply as gastric bypass, is the most often performed weight-loss surgery in the United States. Should Proximal Gastric Bypass not have the desired results — either you regain weight or do not lose as much weight as projected — then an option is a Distal Gastric Bypass Revision Surgery. The […]
Most of the weight that is lost after gastric bypass surgery is lost in the first year. The average weight regain after bariatric surgery is around thirty-five percent. This weight gain not only poses health risks, but it compromises the patient’s quality of life, as well. Among the procedures to manage weight loss after failed […]
Before My Gastric Bypass Revision, There was a Successful Gastric Bypass Surgery Before my gastric bypass revision, there was a successful gastric bypass surgery… Finally, my long weight loss journey had come together. The weight loss after my gastric bypass surgery was like Christmas morning, or having tickets on the New York Giants fifty-yard line. […]
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