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Gastric Balloon


Gastric Balloon

Gastric Balloon

A gastric balloon is a weight loss procedure in which a silicone balloon is placed in the stomach through a non-surgical endoscopic procedure. The balloon is filled with a sterile saline solution, which takes up space in the stomach and helps the individual to feel fuller faster, leading to weight loss. Gastric balloons are temporary and typically remain in place for six months. They are often used in conjunction with a diet and exercise program to help individuals lose weight and improve their overall health. The procedure is considered minimally invasive and typically has fewer risks and side effects than more invasive weight loss surgeries.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The operation does not differ seasonally, it can be carried out in summer and winter.

The operation is a safe surgery performed under local anesthesia and does not cause any significant systemic side effects.

Rarely, local problems such as wound infection and bleeding may be encountered.

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