Nowadays, weight management is the biggest problem for people from all age groups. Weight loss surgery options are preferred when alternative means of weight loss such as exercise, diet management, and so on fail to work.
Gastric bypass, also known as Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass, is one of the most popular weight loss surgery options during which the size of the stomach is decreased. The reduced size of the stomach allows for reduced consumption of food by the patient, which in turn, results in gradual weight loss.
Other popular weight loss surgery options include:
Of all the bariatric procedures, gastric bypass is the most preferred options for weight loss because of the greater possibility of positive outcomes. Moreover, there are no major side effects of gastric bypass.
What are the criteria for gastric bypass surgery?
Not everyone is an ideal candidate for gastric bypass surgery. People with a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or more and with a history of heart disease, obesity, and obstructive sleep apnea are mostly recommended gastric bypass surgery.
Gastric bypass surgery is performed in two phases:
Phase II: Bypass
There is a significant weight loss in the first month after the surgery, which gradually decreases. To maintain the intensity of weight loss, the patient must follow a strict exercise routine and diet.
The following medical conditions usually improve after gastric bypass surgery:
Bariatric surgery cost in India varies from one hospital to the other. Some of the other factors that dictate the total cost of bariatric surgery in India includes the following:
Gastric bypass surgery cost is no different when it comes to the variation in pricing. The following table highlights the approximate gastric bypass cost in India and a few other popular medical tourism destinations:
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Q. Is the gastric bypass surgery reversible?
A. Reversal of the procedure is possible, but it is rarely recommended.
Q. Can the surgery be repeated?
A. Gastric bypass can be repeated in some patients. But it is not preferred due to the risk of scarring. Many patients prefer other weight loss surgery options rather than opting for a second gastric bypass surgery.
Q. Will the surgery cure diabetes or obesity-related illnesses?
A. The illnesses will not be reversed because of the surgery alone. But gastric bypass surgery definitely helps reduce the effect of obesity-related illness and may improve the condition of the patient considerably if a strict diet and exercise routine is followed.
Q. What should be done if the patient develops excess skin due to weight loss?
A. A significant amount of weight loss can lead to excess skin, which tightens over a period of time. The excess skin can also be removed or tightened with the help of plastic surgery.
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