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Weight Loss Surgery Guide: Everything you need to know (PART 2)

December 30, 2020 2 min read

Weight Loss Surgery Guide: Everything you need to know (PART 2)

Welcome back lovelies to part two of the guide in weight loss surgery, if you have yet to read part one, please do so. If you're wondering, why is weight loss surgery important, let me explain it to you. Weight loss surgery, also known as Bariatric surgery refers to weight-loss surgical procedures that are being done for the treatment of obesity. Obesity is an excessive accumulation of body fat that might affect your health. It is a chronic and progressive disease that could lead to health problems that can reduce life expectancy. Upon gathering further information about weight loss surgery by consulting an experienced and knowledgeable bariatric surgeon, the patient should also consult the other health experts such as the psychiatrist and dietician with regards to some psychological advice on long-term goals after the operation.

 

In general, patients who have undergone weight loss surgery are said to be successful if they were able to lose 50% or more of their extra body weight and will be able to maintain that condition for the next five years or so. However, the results of the operation may still vary depending on the clinical information of the patient and the skills of the bariatric surgeon.

 

Typically, the patient will be able to lose at least 30% to a maximum of 50% during the first six months after surgery; and within the year after the operation, the patient has the potential of losing weight up to a maximum of 77%.

 

Not to mention, people who were able to lose weight through surgical operations can actually maintain a continuous weight loss of up to 50% to 60% in the next 10 to 14 years after surgery.

 

Here are some Factors to Consider,

 

As with the other weight loss management programs, there are many factors to consider before the patient should decide to undergo weight loss surgery. 

 

Consequently, the actual weight that will be lost is reliant on the weight before surgery, surgical procedure, patient's age, the capability to exercise, total health condition of the patient, dogged determination to maintain the necessary follow-up nurture, and the enthusiasm to succeed with the help of their family, friends, and their colleagues.

 

If you have just put on a few extra pounds due to the current lockdown and want to avoid gaining more, these weight loss surgeries for better health may seem convincing. Nevertheless, in addition to being convinced, you may also have to take some action to ensure that your weight does not creep upward.

 

Therefore, in conclusion, losing weight is not just a question of deciding to be strong-willed and determined or upbeat and positive. Lifestyle changes are where it is at for long-term success with your weight, especially after weight loss surgery.

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