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After weight-loss surgery, your body demands a lot. It might take a little time to cope with the immune system after bariatric surgery. One needs to make major changes and adapt to a new lifestyle and dietary habits. The new way of life demands dedication from both the body and mind.  You need to be careful during this transforming stage, as you may face setbacks caused by acute diseases such as

Gastric bypass, also known as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, is a type of bariatric surgery suggested for obese people to lose weight. The procedure involves dividing the stomach into a small upper pouch and a large lower pouch, and the small pouch is directly connected to the small intestine. Bariatric surgery is a major surgical procedure where the whole anatomy of the stomach is rearranged in a way to absorb fewer proteins

Surgical techniques in the medical industry have developed tremendously over the past few decades, especially regarding safety and precision. Over the past few decades, bariatric surgeries have been an effective solution for obesity, and their surgical techniques have also improved exceptionally, especially with robotic bariatric surgery. Though robotic surgeries have been available since the early 2000s, technological advancements over the past 10 years have made these procedures easier for surgeons

Bariatric surgery is a highly successful treatment for obesity and related comorbidities, including fertility. It helps with significant weight loss and boosts fertility in people who are facing problems conceiving due to excess weight. It also improves overall health and prevents other pregnancy complications often caused by an unhealthy weight.  However, for people who have had bariatric surgery, especially reproductive-age women who are thinking of pregnancy, it is important to understand

Intragastric balloon surgery is an endoscopic procedure and a non-surgical treatment for obesity. It is a minimally invasive weight loss program, especially for moderately obese people. The procedure involves the insertion of a balloon into the stomach.  Who is eligible for an intragastric balloon? Doctors often suggest bariatric surgeries when the BMI is ≥ 35 kg/m2 and in some cases, people whose BMI is ≥ 32.5 kg/m2 can also opt for bariatric surgeries. If