Different Weight Loss Options At Nova Bariatric | Dr. Mustafa Alibhai
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What is a Gastric Sleeve?
What Can You Expect After a Gastric Sleeve?
What Actually Occurs in a Gastric Bypass?
What is Gastric Bypass?
Are You a Candidate for Bariatric Surgery?
For instance, anyone weighing 20 percent or more than his or her ideal body weight is likely obese. Other ways to predict candidacy for bariatric surgery is if your BMI (body mass index) is 40 or greater then you may want to consider a gastric sleeve, a gastric bypass, or a duodenal switch. You may also qualify for bariatric surgery if your BMI is at 35 with other obesity-related health issues like diabetes, heart disease, or hypertension.
Extra weight or obesity can result in major health risks, many of them are life-threatening so it’s important to your future health if you discuss your options with a bariatric surgeon.Let’s take a closer look at the associated health risks if you’re obese but are on the fence regarding having bariatric surgery. These risks include type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, acid reflux /GERD and cancer. Some of these conditions take years to develop. So many morbidly obese individuals may have one or more of these life-shortening diseases without ever knowing it.
What is a Duodenal Switch?
Risks with Bariatric Surgery:
There are risks with all surgeries including bariatric surgery. Some post-op complications include dumping syndrome, dehydration, and nutrient deficiencies. All these complications can be avoided if you follow the correct diet and take the suggested vitamins and minerals necessary post-op. This is a lifelong regimen you should follow to enjoy a healthy future.
How Much Weight Will You Lose?
- Gastric bypass: Most post-op patients lose 70 – 80% of excess weight within 18 months. Average weekly weight loss is 5 – 15 pounds the first few months
- Duodenal Switch Most post-op patients lose 85 – 100% of excess weight, meaning a possible loss of 150 pounds or more.
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Why NOVA Bariatrics?
- Obalon Balloon System
- Medical Weight Loss
- Acid Reflux
- Hiatal Hernia
- Abdominal Wall Hernia
- Endoscopic Incisional Surgery
- Gastric Sleeve
- Gastric Bypass
- Duodenal Switch
- Sadi Procedure
- Robotic Surgery