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Gastric Bypass


Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass is an obesity surgery performed with the laparoscopic (closed) method. Parts of the stomach and intestines are bypassed and left out of use during the surgery. As the absorption rate of nutrients decreases, patients become full faster and the weight loss process is facilitated. Mini Gastric Bypass operation can also be implemented as alternative to this method.

How is Gastric Bypass Done?

Necessary examinations are made to the patient before gastric bypass. With general anesthesia, the patient is prepared for surgery. In the surgery performed by laparoscopy method, 90% of the stomach is separated and the stomach is reduced. 10% of the stomach, which is formed into a tube, is connected to the small intestine. In this way, both a feeling of satiety will occur and the amount of fat absorption will be significantly reduced.

Notes From Your Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

It is applied to obesity patients who have tried to lose weight with different techniques under the supervision of a doctor but have not been successful. It can also be applied to overweight people with diabetes and blood pressure problems.

Small traces may occur after this procedure performed with the closed method. This problem is solved with postoperative creams that prevent scarring.

Since the gastric bypass procedure will be done by opening small holes, the level of pain is minimal. Shortly after the operation, the pains disappear completely.

The risk of gaining weight after Gastric Bypass is very low. Patients who have a post-operative nutritional routine maintain this order in the following years.

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