Gastric Bypass (Roux-e-Y) is considered as the gold standard in bariatric surgery. This article gives you a wider perspective on this bariatric surgery type by giving the positive and negative side effects of Gastric bypass surgery.
Among the many procedures in bariatric surgery, one is confused which one to choose from. Whether to undertake Gastric Sleeve or Gastric Bypass, or to settle for Lap band surgical procedure. The bariatric surgeon definitely explains the pros and cons of all the three types. Let us examine which is safer and is a better bet.
Very rarely you find a person who has a pure ectomorphic (thin build, generally tall, skinny and bony) body or a pure mesomorphic (with medium build and medium muscle) body. Same goes true for Endomorphic (stocky and well built) bodies too. Your body generally shows traits of everything. But you can be generically classified into a combo of any two body type based on the two predominant traits you may show. Being Ecto-mesomorphic is one such combo.
DNA is our blue print, a program that contains all vital information and instructions that actually expedites the process of biological growth, biological repair, for the functioning of our vital organs, fighting pathogens that intrudes our biological system and fighting other non-pathogenic diseases. Damage to DNA speeds up the process of aging and with it comes susceptibility to all kind of infections and diseases.
Many religious texts say that religious rituals are to be conducted when you are hale and healthy and your body is under normal health conditions. Fasting is for individuals whose body can tolerate going without food for couple of hours. You have just undergone the gastric sleeve and you are just returning to your normal health. Would you want to risk your health and the success of the surgery at this crucial juncture?
In the middle of 2013, the American Medical Association decided to classify and treat Obesity henceforth as a disease. That is a clear stand by the medical world. But is there something beyond? Opinions are divided indeed. Why should AMA classify obesity as a disease in the first place?
Of the many types of Bariatric Surgeries, Sleeve Gastrectomy is one type that is a restrictive method. A restrictive method is one that works on the principle of shrinking the size of the stomach to restrict the intake quantity of food.
If your BMI is above 35 and have health problems, or your BMI is above 40 with no health problems, bariatric surgery is the only option available for you to reverse your conditions. Your Bariatric Surgeon determines which Bariatric surgery procedure is required for you. Still you might be thinking about the options available before you. They are