If you’ve had gastric sleeve surgery, you know that one of the key things you need to do to stay healthy is to stay hydrated.
Dumping syndrome after gastric sleeve is a condition that can occur after surgery to remove a large portion of the stomach. It happens when food moves too quickly from the stomach into the small intestine. Dumping after gastric sleeve can cause symptoms like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
Dumping syndrome is more common after gastric sleeve surgery than other types of weight loss surgery. But it can also happen after other surgeries, like gastric bypass or duodenal switch.
If you are considering weight loss surgery, you likely have a lot of questions. One of the most common questions is whether or not health insurance will cover the procedure. The answer to this question depends on your specific policy.
Whilst bariatric surgery does not exactly ‘reverse’ the condition, the surgery is able to bring about monumental positive changes to individuals with diabetes. Central Coast Surgery discusses the evidence about bariatric surgery and diabetes.
As concerns over obesity and its impact on pregnancy continue to grow, many patients are curious about the possibility of pregnancy after lap band surgery, or alternatively, the effectiveness of lap band surgery after pregnancy. So, can you have a baby after lap band surgery?