Bariatric Surgery

What is bariatric surgery?

When diet and exercise have failed to provide the desired results or when major health issues occur as a result of weight, bariatric surgery is performed to help patients lose weight. By altering the patient’s digestive tract, the operation tries to assist patients in losing weight. Some treatments operate by lowering the patient’s intake of food, while others function by impairing the body’s capacity to absorb nutrients. Some techniques perform both.

Types of Bariatric Surgery

Weight loss surgery comes in a variety of forms. A few popular kinds of weight-loss surgery include:

It is essential to remember that each person’s unique health requirements and objectives determine the appropriate form of weight loss surgery for them. The best surgical procedure for each patient may be chosen with the assistance of a trained healthcare professional.

Bariatric Surgery Requirements

Those with a BMI of 40 or more or a BMI of 35-39.9 with obesity-related health concerns such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, or sleep apnea may be candidates for weight loss surgery. Considered a weight loss aid, bariatric surgery achieves its maximum effectiveness when combined with lifestyle changes such as adopting a healthy diet and engaging in regular exercise.

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Who is the best candidate for weight loss surgery?

Who is not a good candidate for bariatric surgery?

  • Being over age 75 or under age 16
  • Severe lung issues
  • Having an alcohol or drug addiction

Benefits of Bariatric Surgery

The goals of weight loss surgery are to achieve significant weight loss, improve or resolve obesity-related health conditions, enhance the quality of life, and promote long-term weight management. It is essential to note that weight loss surgery requires a lifelong commitment to dietary changes, regular follow-up appointments, and a support system to achieve and maintain successful outcomes.

Complications of Bariatric Surgery

  • Acid reflux
  • Infection
  • Obstruction of stomach
  • Inability to eat certain foods
  • Dilation of esophagus
  • Weight gain or failure to lose weight
  • Anesthesia-related risks
  • Chronic nausea and vomiting

Bariatric surgery’s long-term risks include:

  • Ulcers
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Dumping syndrome
  • Low blood sugar
  • Malnutrition
  • Vomiting
  • Hernias

Transform Your Life with Bariatric Surgery!

Are you tired of struggling with your weight and longing for a healthier, more fulfilling life? Bariatric surgery could be your answer! Take control of your journey towards long-term weight loss and improved well-being.

Imagine a future where you’re free from the limitations that excess weight brings. Picture yourself enjoying activities with renewed energy, feeling confident in your own skin, and embracing a vibrant, healthier lifestyle.

At COH Clinic, our experienced team of bariatric specialists is dedicated to supporting you every step of the way. We understand your concerns and are devoted to delivering comprehensive treatment that is tailored to your specific needs. 

It’s time to act and reclaim your life. Don’t put up with being overweight any longer. Contact us today at +90 (536) 934 6524 to schedule a consultation and discover if bariatric surgery is the right choice for you.

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