Gastric Bypass Surgery

Everything You Need To Know About Metabolic Surgery

There are always some confusions regarding the difference between bariatric surgery and metabolic surgery. Bariatric surgery is done only on people who are obese with a BMI above 35. Metabolic surgery is especially for those people who with even lower BMI of 30 and is diabetic. Metabolic syndrome is diagnosed if there are presence of at least two to three of the factors mentioned below: Abdominal obesity or excess fat in the stomach area along with other factors as well is a reason for metabolic syndrome. This excess fat can lead to heart disease. A high triglycerides level is a type of fat found in the blood. A high HDL cholesterol level, also known as good cholesterol, if is low can also raise the risk of heart disease. High blood pressure can lead to plaque build-up and heart disease. Presence of high blood sugar can also be an early sign of type-2 diabetes. If any of these two or three

How to Maintain Normal Blood Sugar After weight loss surgery

Weight loss surgery is one of the best ways to lose weight effectively. There are three different types of weight loss surgery. Gastric bypass surgery, Sleeve gastrectomy and Gastric banding are the common three different types. Gastric Bypass Surgery Gastric bypass is a type of weight loss surgery that doctors perform by changing the stomach and the small intestine in a way to lose a significant amount of weight. Patients lose an average of 3 to 5 kgs every month for a year following the surgery. The result of weight loss surgery is accompanied by better overall health and improved confidence. Complication – Low Blood Sugar But like every other surgery gastric bypass surgery has some complications too. One of these complications in few cases are the occurrence of low blood sugar. This is also known as postprandial or reactive hypoglycemia. It mostly can’t be noticed for almost a year, post-surgery. In such cases, patients produce too much insulin after

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